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- September 29, 2019 | 10:00 AMJames St, Blairgowrie PH10 6EZ, UK
- April 21, 2023 | 4:00 PM500 Terry A Francois Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94158, USA
- November 3, 2019 | 11:00 AMJames St, Blairgowrie and Rattray, Blairgowrie PH10 6EZ, UK
- NEWS & EVENTS | Blairgowrie-P-Church
COVID -19 Advice for Churches Prayer Diary COVID-19 Worship Resources 'This Week at Home' Family Worship Church Newsletter NEW! Christmas 2020 Kirk Services Online (Various) Giving by Standing Order Daily Reflection SUNDAY WORSHIP Following the First Minister's announcement on , Blairgowrie Parish Church is now for Sunday worship until national restrictions lessen. Monday 4th January closed Funerals and weddings can take place under tighter restrictions and families should consult with the minister/Funeral Director in the first instance. Full details of the national guidance can be found at: In the meantime, our weekly recorded service will continue to be available on this website. Coronavirus (COVID-19): stay at home guidance - gov.scot (www.gov.scot) If anyone wishes to receive a CD of the service during this period, please contact the Session Clerk on 01250 798642. ********* *** BLAIRGOWRIE PARISH CHURCH TRUSTEES REPORT 2019 *** CLICK HERE ******** LATEST CHURCH NEWSLETTER * * * CHRISTMAS 2020 * * * ******** Bible Study. Starting on we will be meeting via and start a new series of Bible studies on the book of Wednesday 20th of January 2021, at 7.30 pm 'Zoom' 'Philippians - Jesus our Joy.' Contact: David Howat: email@example.com are available on this Church website under the Do use them with your children and worship God through it together. Sunday School Resources for Families 'This Week at Home.' During the current COVID-19 crisis the weekly Sunday sermons can be found online within our website. Click and Tune in and together hear God's Word! Weekly Sunday Sermons. here The Bible reading notes for are now available. We also have available copies for the next edition of January, February and March 2021. Also, they can be read online "Our Daily Bread.' October to December If you would like a copy let us know and we could drop it to you or you can pick a copy at the Church. 'Our Daily Bread.' - Would you consider a Standing Order? If you think there is some merit in changing your giving from the FWO envelopes or cash to Standing Order, please contact He has an explanatory letter and a prepared Standing Order form he can send you. You may also wish to read a letter from the Church of Scotland on . Thank you. Giving in Challenging Times Dr Alisdair Shaw. Generosity in Adversity Blairgowrie & Rattray HUB WINTER MAGAZINE 2020 Could all intimations please be sent to David Howat for inclusion in the pew leaflet by Thursday evening. Either leave in the plastic pocket at the top of the stairs to the Sanctuary, e-mailed (firstname.lastname@example.org), or sent by telephone (01250 874715). Later intimations may be accepted.
- Bible Study | Blairgowrie-P-Church
Starting on , we will be meeting via 'Zoom' and start a new series of Bible studies on the book of Wednesday 20th of January 2021 at 7.30 pm 'Philippians - Jesus our Joy.' Contact: Mr David Howat: email@example.com BIBLE STUDY & PRAYER MEETING WEDNESDAY Every Wednesday from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm EVERYONE VERY WELCOME
- Christianity Explored | Blairgowrie-P-Church
CHRISTIANITY EXPLORED WHAT'S IS THE BEST NEWS YOU'VE EVER HEARD? Christianity Explored gives you time and space to think through who Jesus is and why it matters. Christianity Explored Have you ever desired to explore the Christian faith in an open, friendly, "questions-are-welcome" atmosphere? Do you have questions about God or who Jesus Christ is but don't have any place to ask them? The CE course at Blairgowrie Parish Church of is an eight-week opportunity to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed environment with other individuals who are also exploring Christianity. Each week a different topic is presented in an informal and friendly atmosphere where you may ask questions or just sit and listen. Christianity Explored in a very informal way goes through the basics of what the Christian faith is all about. It's DVD-based and uses the gospel of Mark - one of the Bible's historical accounts of the life of Jesus - to ask three simple questions: Who is Jesus? Why did he come? What does it mean to follow him? Click to find out more. 'Christianity Explored' If you'd be interested in coming along, or would like to know more, contact us and we'll let you know when the next course will be running at Blairgowrie Parish Church.