Buckna Presbyterian Church

Announcements, 22.08.21

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.

Evening Service

Our evening service is at 6.30pm this evening. This will be Mark Rodgers’ last service in his summer assistantship.

Online Ministry

Following something of a review, we’re making a few changes to our online presence. We are no longer going to upload services to Vimeo. Instead, services recordings will be available on YouTube. They will continue to be posted on the church website but won’t be available until Monday. We had been making them available on Sundays – that’s going to change from this week on. The church podcast will also be updated on a Monday instead of a Sunday as well.

You probably won’t notice a big difference with those changes but we are beginning the process of moving away from a dependance on live-streaming and online recordings.

Let me encourage you if you haven’t already returned to church in person to do so in the coming weeks. Social distancing is coming down to 1 metre for services of worship from the beginning of September. We want you to join with us. We believe that what we do here on a Sunday is vital in terms of being a Christian and following Jesus and church online is no substitute for the real thing.

Communicant Classes

I’m intending to run some communicant classes in the early autumn. If you are interested in becoming a communicant member here in Buckna then please let me know as soon as possible.

Meeting of Kirk Session

Kirk Session will meet on Thursday 2nd September at 8pm in Mobile 1.

Clare Arian Prayer Cards

I received some prayer cards from Clare Arian during the holidays. Those are available at all doors and also in the hall this morning. Please continue to pray for Clare and her family and her work at this time.

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.