End Times

End Times Update

End Times Lectures – Update When? 3 Tuesday night sessions on 14th, 21st September & 5th October @ 7.30pm in Inverurie Gospel Hall. (NOTE: The session that was schedules for 28th has been put back a week). What? An opportunity to expand our understanding and appreciation of the Word of God and what it says about […]

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Thought for the Month

The Greatest Pandemic We have all been affected to varying degrees as a result of measures taken by Government to deliver us from the serious consequences of catching COVID 19.  The route out of the partial restrictions is still uncertain and is unsettling to say the least.   The Bible teaches us that the whole […]

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Soup and Sweet

Soup & Sweet

  After a long break Soup and Sweet will recommence on Friday 17th September at 12 noon. If you are over 60 then please join us in the hall for some food and fellowship and a short message. Soup and sweet will run on the 3rd Friday of each month at 12.00  from September until […]

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Amazing Grace

Meeting Update

Following a further lowering of restrictions we are now meeting in the hall for all services and most times are now back to normal. With the exception of the Breaking of Bread service all services will continue to be available online via Zoom using the normal details. Face coverings still require to be worn in […]

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Thought for the Month – May 2021

Abide with Me About the year 1847 the hymn “Abide with me” was composed by Henry Lyte and has been sung times without number. A line from the seond verse says “change and decay in all around I see”. If that was true then, it is certainly true today amidst this COVID epidemic with so […]

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Thought for Easter

EASTER – WHAT DOES IT MEAN ? Most people believe that there is another dimension, a spiritual world and that death is not the end of a person. People instinctively know that there is something beyond the material things that we can see and touch. Well, Easter time proves that this is indeed the case. […]

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Thought for the Month – March 2021

I think for many the experience of this current lockdown has been more difficult than that of the previous one. Perhaps there are many reasons for this, ranging from people being wearied of their freedoms being restricted and not being able to see loved ones, to having real health issues and not being able (or […]

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