As of 19th February, there is going to be a new focus for the evening services.
1st Sunday of the month. This service will include the sharing of stories about what God has done or is doing in people’s life’s. This will normally be in the form of an informal interview. The service will also include some sung praise, videos, prayer and a message from the Bible.
2nd Sunday of the month. The main focus of this service will be communion where we remember the death of Jesus. Communion will be central and the service will often include prayer, reflection, video, a short message and some sung praise
3rd Sunday of the month. This service will be a more contemporary service aimed particularly at the millennial generation. It will include a more contemporary worship style and message. The service will at times be interactive and use video, reflective images and drama.
4th Sunday of the month. As part of this service we will engage with a culturally relevant topic or follow a sermon series as we consider how the Bible speaks today. This service will also include some sung praise, videos and prayer.
Our preoccupation up on the balcony, as you will realise if you have been listening to the notices recently, is people, or lack of them.
We first published this post in May 2015 and since then things have got worse not better ….!
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A date for the diary
Sunday Morning 4th December
Philippa Hanna is coming to Lossie Baptist Church for our 11 o’clock service
Sunday 4th September
General director of the baptist union will be preaching at our services on the 4th September. The evening will be a combined baptist churches service.
As part of his “aLive Ministry Tour” John will be with us for a concert on the evening of 28th August.
Raised in the highlands, local singer and songwriter, John Wilson, is looking forward to returning to the area this summer and bringing his music ministry with him.
28th August ~ 6pm
John who has been based in Edinburgh for the last four years, along with his brother-in-law, David Maclean (of Inverness) have formed aLive Ministry over the past 18 months – and it’s certainly been an eventful time!
Despite only being able to commit part time whilst working towards his degree in Classical Music, these last 18 months have seen John record his debut Album “AGAPE”, minister to over 30 churches across the UK and also perform at Youth events, Outreach events and Christian Conferences and he has just recently received recognition for his music through the New Christian Music Awards.