It has been a long time! For months it was not possible to have any church services at all. Some Churches are now beginning to open up but restrictions remain. So, knowing that many of you want to attend a Christian service, starting Wednesday 16 June, we have organised a short series of three Drive-in Gospel Services at the beautiful Craignarget beach on the road from Glenluce to Port William – Check the map below for directions.
Invitations are currently being distributed in connection with these meetings across a wide area of Dumfires and Galloway.
A ‘drive in service’ means what it says, ‘on the tin’. You drive in, you will be directed to a place by a steward and you will stay in your car and listen to the service. The message is broadcast via loud speakers. Cars will be well separated. Social distancing measures will be in place to prevent any spread of the Coronavirus.
There will be no requirement to say who you are as the meetings are not being held in a public building – you can be completely anonymous if you wish.
We do hope that after this long period of isolation you will join us. We believe that the message of the Bible is so relevant to our lives and particularly in our context just now. It provides the answers to our deepest questions.
We look forward to welcoming all who can manage along.
Thousands of copies of our leaflet ‘Clarity and Confusion’ are being posted out to addresses in South Ayrshire around Girvan and Maybole this week. Pray that God will use these to help some to come to faith in Christ through this message.
God willing, over 17,000 of these leaflets will be distributed in the Comrie and Crieff areas of Perthshire over the next few days. These have been prepared by Christians who live in the area and who fellowship with the Christians at Perth Gospel Hall.
Unfortunately we have had to disable email subscription from the site for the time being at least. This follows an unusually high number of Russian sites seeking to register as users. No actual security breach has been incurred but we have disabled email subscription as a precaution.
Over 30,000 invitations have been distributed in the Gorgie and Wester Hailes areas of Edinburgh in connection with a series of Gospel Meetings planned from Sunday 3 November, Sunday to Thursday each night for 2 weeks from 7.45 – 8.30pm.
The meetings will be held, God willing, in Gorgie Gospel Hall, 4 Smithfield Street, Gorgie Road EH11 2PJ. The speakers are Craig Munro and Jack Hay.
Come and hear God’s message from the Bible in Port William. Starting Monday 28th until Thursday 31st October from 7.15pm – 8.00pm each night Mr Craig Munro and Mr Jack Hay will be looking at the answers the Bible has to some of the most important questions you could ask.
The meetings will be held in a portable hall at Millhill Garage, 1 High Street, Port William DG8 9SL
Invitations are being distributed across a wide area of Central Scotland relating to a planned series of Gospel Meetings at Plains, North Lanarkshire.
These meetings are organised in association with the Christians who meet at the Elim Gospel Hall in Plains and will be held, God willing, in their hall at 88 Main Street, Plains from Sunday 8th to Thursday 19th September 2019, each night Sunday to Thursday at 7.45pm. The speakers are Graeme Paterson from Plains and Craig Munro from Crosshill in Fife.
A series of Gospel Tent Meetings start tonight, God Willing, in Methilhill in association with the Christians who meet at Innerleven Gospel Hall. The tent has been pitched in the garden of Methilhill House at the end of Sea Road, just beside Methilhill Primary School.
The preachers are Craig Munro from Crosshill and local man Simon Sherwin. The meetings will run for two weeks, Sunday to Thursday at 8 p.m. each evening.
We also plan to hold a series of children’s meetings during the second week of this campaign starting Monday 26th August through to Thursday 29th.
Invitations have been distributed across the whole Levenmouth area and everyone will be made very welcome – we look forward to seeing you there.
After two weeks of well-attended gospel meetings in the tent on Bridge Street, Cowdenbeath, the tent came down this morning. Many thanks to all who supported these meetings, especially to the Christians who meet at Union Hall, Cowdenbeath. Please remember their regular gospel meeting every Sunday night at 6.45pm.
Many thanks too to all who helped taking the tent down. Here’s a quick time-lapse record of (some of) their efforts.