Good Morning Church!
There are a few things happening over the next few weeks and a few videos to share from last Sunday's service. Let's also continue to be in prayer for our Pastor Ian and Carolyn as they take some time on holiday that God would give them plenty of rest and refreshment.
Big Church Day Out | Sunday 18th June
We are looking forward to our family-friendly service this coming Sunday and welcoming lots of visitors into the church! Well have worship, puppets, hear from our children and of course its Fathers day, so well also be celebrating all the men in our church too!
The first few rows will be reserved for children to be able to see the puppet show. This will also be very early on in the service, so if you have children and usually find yourself arriving a bit later to church, this is your encouragement to get there early on Sunday and find a seat!
After the service vintage buses will leave from outside the church for those who are coming to the Big Church Day Out at Ochtertyre. If you stay nearer to the Crieff area there will also be a shuttle bus which will operate from the main square bus stop. Both buses which are leaving from the church will stop to collect passengers en route and a final bus will come at 13:30 to collect any remaining passengers.
Friends of NTC
The Nazarene Theological College has launched a new initiative to help us get involved in supporting the work they do. The college is involved in teaching, training and equipping people to serve God in all kinds of ways and from all kinds of backgrounds. This is a great video which shows some stories about how peoples lives have been touched by the college.
I am personally studying through NTC and have been blessed not just by the courses I have studied but the community that exists when visiting the campus and the holistic care they have for the students there. If this is something you are passionate about and interested in supporting you can find some more information on the link before (or just click to read some great stories where some college alumni are currently serving!)
EA Public Leader Programme
On Sunday, Sundeep shared about the Evangelical Alliance Public Leadership Programme for those in their 20s and 30s. Heres a short video if this is something you are interested in and a little bit about the programme.
Join our 10-month leadership development journey to help young professionals and emerging leaders follow Jesus in every walk of life. With programmes in England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland, if youre in your 20s or 30s, we are here to help you navigate the complexities of living as a Christian public leader. If you're in Wales, you may want to apply to the England programme, look out for some upcoming Welsh events we are running, or the full programme we hope to bring you next year! Find out more, and apply today: https://www.eauk.org/what-we-
City Hub Team
We thankful to Paul for sharing with us on Sunday and encouraging us as we think about our vision to serve the city. If you are interested in being part of the City Hub Team for mission and ministry in Perth, please get in touch with
Looking forward to a great day together on Sunday!