Be aware that, because of the continuing recommendations for some social distancing, mask wearing and other anti-coronavirus measures, not all our activities have restarted or are being run in their pre-pandemic form. Where available, details are given in the entries in this calendar or our Regular activities page.
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Unless otherwise noted, all the events shown will be held at Rosyth Methodist Church. You can get directions at this link.
This calendar is mostly for our regular worship and church-focused meetings, plus special meetings of other groups and ecumenical events. However, as explained at this link, our building is in use throughout the week by other groups, and their regular meetings have not been listed here, to make the calendar less cluttered.
The week's events
27 June 2021(1 event)
The 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Miss Anne Baird
This is the next in our 2021 series of fortnightly Methodist Morning Worship services in the church.
Please note that, as we work through the practicalities of worshipping together in a COVID-secure way, we’ll still be asking everyone who intends to attend worship to email David Salthouse by 6:00pm on the Saturday before (26 June).
The Lectionary readings for the day are:
28 June 2021(1 event)
Ecumenical Study Group (Zoom)
The weekly ecumenical study group continues at 7pm, at present on Zoom.
The Group is currently looking at the Assembly report on the Confession of Faith and other Confessions and will look at the 1647 document and the biblical texts used. The group find it was interesting reading the verses from the Bible which were looked at for the Westminster Confession of Faith.
This group is well established and offers friendship as well a more serious, but also relaxed evening of bible study. If you are interested in joining in please contact Alan Taylor in the first instance.
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1 July 2021(1 event)
Bible Study on Hebrews
This is the third in a series of studies that takes us through the Book of Hebrews. This week our study of Hebrews 4:14–7:28 has the title “Jesus Christ is Greater than the Highest Religious Leaders ”. Our study will be facilitated by Rev Eddie Sykes, who will be providing study notes before the session.
Future studies are planned for a number of Thursdays at 10.30am between 15 July and 7 October. The dates and topics may be found in this post.
This Zoom meeting will have a time of sharing as we gather, and will finish at about 11:40am. To take part, please email Eddie at email@example.com for an access code.
|2 July 2021||3 July 2021|