News, Views & Reviews
No need to check every five minutes, but from time to time there’s something new.
At January’s Presbytery we welcomed some visitors from a couple of our congregations. David James from Oban and Stewart Wilson from the Stornoway congregation were welcomed to the Presbytery meeting along with the Stornoway locum minister Rev Michael Butterfield. We are increasingly aware of our limited resources and man power in these days and so […]
Are you looking for a book on the Psalms? Here is a good and helpful review of Michael Lefebvre’s Singing the Songs of Jesus from Stephen Sutherland at reformingthefamily.com “If I had to choose only one book to assist me in mining the Psalter’s riches and in passing it on, this is it. And it would be my first […]
New converts are often surprised that they immediately encounter difficulties in the Christian life and falsely conclude that something must be wrong, when in fact, everything is going just right. It has been said that 99.9% of the blessings of becoming a Christian are in the next world (ie Heaven). That means there are few […]
September’s Presbytery was held in Fearn APC in Hilton. It was wonderful to go by the farmland past the activity of harvest and down to this scenic village on the East coast and to meet with some of the folk there. This is a new initiative of Presbytery to have our meeting on occasions in places […]
Public Statement on Day of Prayer for Scottish Independence Referendum The Associated Presbyterian Churches of Scotland, having a concern for the people of Scotland and being part of the Church of Jesus Christ in this land, will hold a day of prayer for the Scottish Independence Referendum. The Scottish people are looking forward to this […]
The Door, formerly the APC News, is the APC’s bi-monthly magazine. You can find all the issues for the past few years here, or download the latest edition below.
Things have changed since our last issue, and not just the weather. Life goes on, new life begins and still friends and family we knew and loved pass on.