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Hamilton Old Parish Church
Sunday 25 April 2021
Fourth Sunday of Easter
Hymn 606 - "Lord, You Sometimes Speak in Wonders"
Acts 13:1-3 & 14:8-18
Anthem - "Jesus is Lord"
Hymn 554 - "Rock of Ages"
There may be no regular public worship in some of the church buildings of the town
including here at the Old Parish on Sunday
but that doesn't mean there is no worship.
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Annual Stated Meeting
The Annual Stated Meeting takes place during our Morning Service this Sunday at 10.45am in the Sanctuary. Limited spaces still available - if you would like to attend please contact the office.
The third in Drama Kirk's 2021 series of dramatized studies "PAUL, A MAN CHANGED FOREVER" continues with the first missionary journey, which explores Paul and Barnabas being set apart by the Holy Spirit and sent out to preach the gospel in Cyprus, Iconium, Lystra and other places. The study explores -
What did they preach?
What was the response?
What did they leave behind?
Drama Kirk will present a series of seven short dramas which tell the story, alongside prayer, reflection and some questions to ponder. If you join live, you can enjoy some online chat but you can catch up at anytime after the initial broadcast which will take place on Tuesday 27th April at 7pm on
Yes, it's that time again! Any articles for inclusion in the next issue of Tidings should be with the Office no later than noon on Tuesday 11 May 2021.
With Arms Wide Open
Luke’s Passion Story
Drama Kirk’s 2021 Passion Play tells the Easter story from the perspective of Gospel writer Luke, putting Jesus’ story together years after his death and hearing from the disciples what their encounters had meant for them. It also includes a series of flashbacks to that final, fatal week.
Filmed during lockdown, the 30minute film features two professional actors in the roles of Jesus and Luke, as well as members of the Drama Kirk team.
Further information can be found at www.facebook.com/DramaKirk or on twitter @PlayLanarkshire “With Arms Wide Open” and is available on the following link:
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DVD copies of "With Arms Wide Open" are available on request.
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