Intimations – 13th September 2020
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and weekly intimations page. Whilst the church does not have any services of worship within the building at the moment we hope you will join us virtually, either by reading our Sunday worship material, listening to the reflection on podcast or watching on the church YouTube channel. If anyone wishes to have the worship material in print then please contact the minister.
Sunday evening Prayer 7pm – Churches across Scotland and the rest of the UK are being asked to pray at 7pm each Sunday evening during the ongoing pandemic. A time to pray for the health care and NHS staff, and remember the families of those affected by illness and bereavement. More can be found here: https://churchofscotland.org.uk/news-and-events/news/2020/join-the-call-to-pray-at-7pm-this-sunday
Online Donations – if you would like to contribute financially to the work of Jordanhill Parish Church, then please follow this link Jordanhill Parish Church Online Donations
Prayer Group – As we have no Prayers for Healing service at the moment there is a small prayer group that receives a prayer list of world wide and local concerns to pray for. If you would like to add anyone to the prayer list, or be part of the prayer group, then please let the minister know.
Do you have ideas of how the congregation can continue to be in touch and have fun in the process at this time? All ideas are welcome, please get in touch with the Communications Committee or Minister.
Website, Facebook and YouTube
www.jordanhillparishchurch.org.uk, the church facebook page and the Church YouTube channel will contain details of worship material and news about the church. These are the most regular means by which anyone can keep informed about what is happening at the church over the coming weeks and months.
Each district Elder will be in touch with their district over the coming days and weeks as part of our pastoral care for each other. Please also continue to be in contact with the Minister if you have any pastoral needs, most contact at this time will be by telephone, email or post.