Buckna Presbyterian Church

Announcements, 02.05.21

Here are the announcements from this week’s Sunday service.

To view or download this week’s edition of PCI’s Let’s Pray, click here.

Midweek Meeting

We’re meeting for midweek on Wednesday evening at 8pm in the church hall. We’ll be continuing our studies in the book of James. You’ll be able to listen back to the talk through our church podcast. All three previous talks are on the website in case you’ve missed those. It would be great if you could join us in person, though. We’d love you to join us as we study the Word and pray together.

Evening Service

Next Sunday evening we’re running another evening service. We held our first normal evening service last week. Next week we’re meeting again in the meetinghouse at 7pm and the service will be live-streamed online too.

We’re continuing our big questions series and next Sunday we’re going to be thinking about what the Bible says about mental health. Eddie Chestnutt from Harryville is going to come and speak on that topic and subject. Eddie has wealth of experience in this area and will I think bring a very helpful perspective for us.

We’d love you to join with us next Sunday evening. Those of you who came last Sunday evening will know that it was so encouraging to be back together in the evening. If you didn’t manage to make it last Sunday then let me encourage you to make an effort to come next Sunday.

CD and DVD Distribution

We are reverting back to having Kirk Session distribute CDs and DVDs. Last Sunday’s services are now available for members of Session to collect. If you receive CDs or DVDs but are coming to church now and no longer require them please let your elder know or speak to myself or Richard Kidd.

Congregational Committee

There will be a meeting of the Congregational Committee on Thursday 20th May at 8pm in the church hall. Social distancing measures will be in place and good attendance is encouraged.

Join us on FaceBook

If you are a facebook user, then we would invite to to join with us there. Over the coming weeks and months it is our intention to use facebook to provide useful information, highlight upcoming online events and share items of praise that can be used in conjunction with our online services.

We feel this is a great way for our Church to remain active in these uncertain times and to let the wider world have a little glimpse of our life in the Braid.