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Wednesday 2nd October 201919:30Midweek Focus Bible Study 21 Barry Road John 18: 28-19: 16
When we’re reading the Scriptures, the emotions depicted in the scenes can often be overwhelming. In this penetrating exposé of Jesus’ multiple appearances before Pilate prior to His crucifixion, one can’t help but feel anger, frustration, and sorrow that anyone, let alone gracious Jesus, would be forced to endure such injustice. But that’s what hate and envy do—they corrupt the attitudes and motivations of the human heart. The gates of hell opened wide and released the sins of the world upon the loving back of Jesus, the exalted Son of God.
Thursday 3rd October 201914:00Guild Meeting Barry Church Hall Karen Gillon
18:30Christianity Explored Baptist Church 103-105 High Street
Friday 4th October 201910:00Friday Coffee Break Sorry cancelled today, resumes Oct 18
Sunday 6th October 201909:30Morning Worship All welcome Tea/Coffee after service
Monday 7th October 201910:00Prayer Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
Wednesday 9th October 201910:00Good Neighbours Drop-In Cafe Barry Church Hall All welcome
The Good Neighbours Drop-In Cafe is once again meeting twice-monthly in Barry Church Hall, Main Street, Barry, and next opens its doors on Wednesday morning, October 9. Tea/coffee and biscuits only cost £1 and are served from 10 to 11.30 am. In addition to the usual books, home baking and Traidcraft stalls, a selection of knitted toys will also be on sale with all proceeds going to church funds. This community venture run by members of Barry Parish Church provides a welcome meeting place not only for village residents but also for those living at the west end of Carnoustie. All are welcome, so come along and bring your friends. Anyone requiring transport or other assistance getting to and from the venue should telephone 01241 852614 for more information.
19:30Midweek Focus Bible Study 21 Barry Rd John 18: 10-18, 25-27
Join us as we unpack this penetrating scene of denial and shame and explain how the grace of Christ is greater than any human failure or sin.
19:30Carnoustie Church Guild Philip Hall Care About Angus
Sunday 13th October 201909:30Morning Worship All welcome Tea/Coffee after service
Monday 14th October 201910:00Prayer Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
13:45Knitting For Others Sorry cancelled today, resumes Oct 28
Wednesday 16th October 201914:30Guilds Together Autumn Council St Vigean's Hall Arbroath
19:30Midweek Focus Bible Study 21 Barry Road John 19: 1-37
There can be no more ominous words in all biblical literature than John’s succinct description of this final journey for Jesus: “So they took Jesus away. Carrying the cross by himself, he went to the place called the Place of the Skull” (John 19:16–17). One can only imagine the thoughts running through the Savior’s mind as He stepped closer to that place of horror—His final appointment in carrying out His Father’s will on Earth. Yet it was there on that cruel tree where humanity’s redemption was paid in full by the precious blood of the Lamb, Jesus, God’s Son. What wonder and deep contemplation these scenes evoke in our hearts! As you study, don’t forget to pause and worship, offering a word of gratitude to Him whose death made eternal life possible for the vilest of sinners. Praise Him! Praise the Lamb that was slain!
Thursday 17th October 201910:00Study&Fellowship Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
15:00Afternoon Service Braehill Lodge
Friday 18th October 201910:00Friday Coffee Break Philip Hall All welcome
Sunday 20th October 201909:30Morning Worship All welcome Tea/Coffee after service
Monday 21st October 201910:00Prayer Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
19:30Church Life&Worship Team Philip Hall Duthie Room
Thursday 24th October 201919:30Tearfund Cakes Bakes&Faith Gate Church International DD1 4JS
Tearfund_logo.jpg Dear Friend, Join us – Martha Collison and Will Torrent – for a fun evening of cooking and conversation, including a live baking contest, as we talk about our career and our faith. We’ll be at Gate Church International on Thursday 24 October and we would love to see you there. Doors open from 7:00pm with the event starting at 7:30pm. You’ll have a chance to ask your burning baking questions, share cake with us and hear about how our faith has shaped our work. And after we’ve battled it out in a mystery baking challenge, you may have the opportunity to sample our creations! We’ll make it a fun and informative evening for everyone – young and young-at-heart alike, people from your church and beyond. Last year’s tour was a huge success, so book your FREE tickets for friends and family now. Date: Thursday 24 October Venue: Gate Church International, DD1 4JS Book tickets “I love Jesus and I love baking, so Cakes, Bakes and Faith was perfect! An inspiring evening for my faith and also my baking. I'm looking forward to it this year!” said Marie Lever, Bearsden Baptist. If you have what it takes to be a baking superstar, you can bring your home-cooked treats and we’ll judge them (kindly, we promise!) on stage. See below for details. We’ll also share about our trips with Tearfund to Ivory Coast and Lebanon, where we witnessed the inspiring work that Tearfund does to support the families in greatest need. We look forward to seeing you there, Martha Collison and Will Torrent On behalf of Tearfund The youngest ever contestant on The Great British Bake Off, Martha Collison writes for Waitrose Weekend, has written two recipe books: Twist and Crave (Harper Collins, 2016 & 2017). Martha blogs at www.bakingmartha.co.uk . Award-winning chocolatier and patissier Will Torrent has worked with top chefs including Heston Blumenthal and Jamie Oliver. He appears regularly on TV shows, works as a consultant for Waitrose and is the best-selling author of three books. Bring your bake If you plan to bring your home bake along to be sampled by Will and Martha, you must let us know at least three days before the event. Please email scotland@tearfund.org to enter the competition. Facebook.2.png Twitter.3.png YouTube.1.png
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