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29/09/13 sermon – What we notice compared to God’s vision (Jeremiah 1:4-12)

On Sunday 29th September 2013, we were pleased to welcome back Rev Dr George Whyte who led our communion service in Peter’s absence.  Rev Dr George Whyte considered Jeremiah 1:4-12 (The call of Jeremiah) and what Jeremiah noticed compared to God’s vision (The Almond Tree and Watching – ‘shaked and shoked’).

If you would like to see the bible reading online, please follow this link to read Jeremiah 1:4-12 online on the BibleGateway website.

Dr Whyte’s sermon is available to play below, or by right clicking on this link to download to your computer.

28/04/13 sermon – Looking at renewal rather than restoration (Revelation 21:1-6)

On Sunday 28th April 2013, in our Communion service, the Rev Dr George Whyte (Clerk of the Edinburgh Presbytery) considered Revelation 21:1-6, and how John in Revelation asks us to orientate our living, and what we do around anticipation rather than nostalgia, looking at renewal rather than restoration.

To see the Bible reading online, please follow this link to Revelation 21:1-6 on the BibleGateway website.

To hear the sermon, please click on the player below, or alternatively right click on this link to download the sermon to your computer.

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A preview of our reading and hymns for the Sunday 28th April 2013 service

Sunday 28th April 2013 Communion service

In our monthly Communion service this Sunday morning (10.30-11.30am), the Rev Dr George Whyte, Clerk of the Edinburgh Presbytery, will be leading the service and considering Revelation 21:1-6 “The New Heaven and the New Earth.”  You can read this passage online by following this link to Revelation 21:1-6 on the BibleGateway website.

Our hymns for this Sunday morning’s service will be:

  • MP No: 50 Be still, for the presence of the Lord. Words and music David J Evans
  • MP No: 185 God is good. Words and music Graham Kendrick, Music arranged David Peacock
  • MP No: 381 Jesus, stand among us. Words and music Graham Kendrick, Music arranged Roger Mayor
  • MP No: 572 Rejoice! Words and music Graham Kendrick, Music arranged Christopher Norton

21/04/13 sermon – Being faced by the confines of life (John 10:22-30)

Today (Sunday 21st April 2013), in Peter’s absence we welcomed Rev Dr George Whyte (Clerk of the Edinburgh Presbytery).  In Rev Whyte’s sermon, he considered “John 10:22-30 (NRSV), and how we can learn from Jesus when faced by the confines of life.” To hear the sermon, please click on the player below, or alternatively right click on this link to download the sermon to your computer.

To see the Bible reading online, please follow this link to John 10:22-30 (NRSV) on the BibleGateway website.

To hear the children’s address – following our Good Shepherd, please click on the player below, or alternatively right click on this link to download the children’s address to your computer.