Posts by John Dimmock

Church of Scotland on-line worship services

Saturday 16 May, 11am – live on the Church of Scotland website and our Facebook page The Revd Dr Martin Fair will be installed as Moderator of the General Assembly. The ceremony will take place in the Assembly Hall with only a few people physically present because of the COVID-19 restrictions, but followed by thousands of people across Scotland and around the world. The…

The technology behind online church

Over the last month we have put our services online to YouTube in 3 different ways. Just for those that are interested in this sort of thing and other churches still struggling with how to get online I hope this blog entry will be interesting (everyone else will prob skip it). Every week we have used vMix ( https://www.vmix.com/ ) to actually stream to YouTube. You can do…

Christian Aid Update

Christian Aid Update Sadly, this year we will not be able to have our normal programme of events for Christian Aid Week, but even in these difficult times, it is still important for us to support Christian Aid and their partners in the work they do. This year they are concentrating on the drought situation in Kenya, where people like grandmother Rose walk for six hours a…

#Easterhope

This Easter we would like to invite Christians across Peebles and the Borders (and even further afield!) to celebrate Easter by making and decorating a cross in their homes. While it is not possible to celebrate together physically this year we can still join together in spirit to focus on the hope of the cross and Christ’s death and resurrection for us! Individual…

Gift Weekend

  In 2020, we are seeking to be bold in investing in ministry which enable us to better share the good news of Jesus with our community and enable us to grow as God’s family including: Increasing our paid youth ministry role to full time Launching a Christian counselling service Developing a local Christians Against Poverty (CAP) ministry Maintaining and enhancing…

Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored is an eight week study of Mark’s Gospel where we will explore three questions that cut right to the heart of Christianity: Who was Jesus? Why did he come? What is involved in following him? Starting Thursday 6th February – Thursday 26th March, Church Office, 7.00 pm – 8.30 pm Please speak to either Julie or Andrew Knox for more…