Friday, October 22, 2021

Weekly Reflection

A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 10th October 2021. A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 10th October 2021.

Rev Alistair McLeod’s Reflection for Sunday 10th October 2021 It is a coincidence that the compilers of the Lectionary have chosen this week to include Mark Chapter 10 vv... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 3rd October 2021. A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 3rd October 2021.

Scripture – Job 1:1 and 2:1-10  These last two years have been somewhat fraught and even frightening for many people.  There have been difficulties to bear and... 


A Reflection by Rev Douglas Galbraith for Harvest Sunday 26th September 2021. A Reflection by Rev Douglas Galbraith for Harvest Sunday 26th September 2021.

ROOTS, SHOOTS AND FRUITS. A Reflection for Harvest Sunday – 26th September 2021 Our house is in upheaval. Not just having new front windows put in looking on to... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 19th September. A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 19th September.

Scripture reading, St Mark Chapter 9 verses 30 to 37. In Mark’s Gospel this comes after the narrative when Jesus tells the disciples again that He will have to leave them,... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 12th September. A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 12th September.

The theme of our worship this week is following the King, it means following Jesus Christ, or Christ Jesus; Christ means ‘King’. What does it mean to follow Jesus? ... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 5th September 2021 A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 5th September 2021

Mark 7:24-37 Do we always treat everybody with the same respect or acceptance, are there some people we treat differently, perhaps treating generously those we know as friends... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 29th August 2021 A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 29th August 2021

Scripture:  Mark Chapter 7: 1, 8, 14, 15, 21 to 23 We have learned during the last eighteen months or so that in this age of Covid 19, we can be very much defiled by not... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 22nd August 2021 A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 22nd August 2021

Rev Alistair McLeod’s Reflection for Sunday 22nd August 2021.  Jesus said, “Love one another as I have loved you…., and…, love your neighbour as you love yourself”. ... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 15th August 2021 A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 15th August 2021

Scripture Reading:  St Matthew Chapter 15 verses 10 to 20 and 21 to 28. In today’s Gospel reading Matthew speaks of two powerful episodes in the life of Jesus.  How... 


A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 8th August 2021 A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 8th August 2021

Scripture: St John Chapter 6 verses 1 to 21. I suppose that I was about 16 or 17 years old before I went to receive Communion in the church; it was a pre-arranged visit, one of... 


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