Light at Candle at 7pm today 22nd March
for the National Day of Prayer
“For all that is good in life, thank you,
For the love of family and friends, thank you,
For the kindness of good neighbour and Samaritan stranger, thank you.
May those who are vulnerable, hungry or homeless, experience support,
May those who are sick, know healing,
May those who are anxious or bereaved, sense comfort.
Bless and guide political leaders and decision-makers, with wisdom,
Bless and guide health workers and key workers, with strength and well-being,
Bless and guide each one of us, as we adapt to a new way of living.
And may the light shining from our windows,
across road and wynd, glen and ben, kyle and isle,
be reflected in our hearts and hands and hopes.
Through Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.”
Sadly, as a result of Coronavirus, there are no regular services or meetings at the present time, although St Finnbarr’s, Dornoch and St Andrew’s, Tain will be open at the times when scheduled services would have been taking place, for private prayer and as a quiet place to sit. You can find details of the locations via our Find Us page, and our Service Pattern for information about the times when regular services would have been taking place in those two places. Visit our Service Updates for news and information about services in our Church Communities as and when the situation changes, when we look forward to welcoming you. Meantime, keep safe and our prayers are with you and those you love.
Priest-in-Charge – Revd James Currall Tel: 01862 881737