On Thursday evening 16th March 2017 at 7.30pm, the congregation will begin the preparatory services for the Lord’s Supper. The expected preacher on Thursday is Reverend Andrew Allan, on Friday (7.30pm), Saturday (7.30pm) and on the Sabbath (11am & 6.30pm) the expected preacher is Reverend James Clark.
Visitors are warmly invited to worship the Lord Jesus Christ and to learn of his Gospel as the congregation meets for the solemn purpose of hearing the Word of God preached and the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper administered. All will be made very welcome, and those who are the Lord’s People can speak to the Elders prior to the Lord’s Day morning in order to obtain a Communion token.
The services will be broadcast live, God willing, on the Bible Sermons website and people unable to attend at 361 Fulton Street can find their way with less petrol to the online stream. Please note however, that it is an audio only broadcast.
Thursday 7.30pm Rev D N Macleod (Arran)
Friday 7.30pm Rev James Gracie (Edinburgh)
Saturday 7.30pm Rev Tim McGlynn (Aberdeen)
Sabbath 11am and 6.30pm Rev Tim McGlynn
Monday 7.30pm Rev Tim McGlynn
A conference organised by the Southern Presbytery of the FCC celebrating the 450th anniversary of the Reformation in Scotland will be held in Knightswood Free Church (Continuing) on Saturday 23rd October.
11am Rev John Morrison Lecturer in Theology at the Free Church Seminary will speak on “The Scottish Reformation – A Work of God”.
1.30pm Rev David Silversides minister of Loughbricklands Reformed Presbyterian church, Northern Ireland will speak on “The Scottish Reformation – Its Relevance for Today”
Bring your own packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided.
EDIT 23Oct2010: MP3 recordings of the talks are available on the following pages:
The Scottish Reformation – A Work of God, by Rev John Morrison
The Scottish Reformation – Its Relevance for Today, by Rev David Silversides
7:30pm Thursday 16 Sep: Rev D. N. MacLeod
7:30pm Friday 17 Sep: Rev D. Fraser
7:30pm Saturday 18 Sep, Rev C. I. MacLeod
11am (with communion at the end), 6:30pm Sunday 19 Sep: Rev C. I. MacLeod
7:30pm Monday 20 Sep: Rev C. I. MacLeod