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Wednesday Reflection for 10th July

Wednesday Reflection This week we reflect on a hymn (CH4 no. 462) written over a hundred years ago by Henry Williams Baker based on Psalm 23 which is very familiar to many, carrying many memories. However, different parts of this hymn gain deeper meaning as we travel onwards through all the joys and challenges of […]

Wednesday Reflection for 3rd July

Wednesday Reflection This week we reflect on the words of a hymn (CH4 no. 189) written by David J Evans, taking it with us through the week whatever may occur in our life, and helping us pray for each other and the World Wide Church in different places, in different situations, knowing that God is […]

Wednesday Reflection for 26th June

Wednesday Reflection At the recent Early Birds service we thought about the beautiful world we live in. The summer challenge for the families and the whole congregation is to take a photograph of something beautiful that we see over the summer holidays (either in Edinburgh or further afield) so it can be shared and we […]

Wednesday Reflection for 19th June

Church garden

Wednesday Reflection written by James Robertson Tomorrow marks the celebration of the summer solstice; the holiday season is upon us. Some of you may have been on holiday in recent weeks; for others that pleasure has yet to come. As far as I am aware, there is no reference in the bible to Jesus taking […]

Wednesday reflection for 12th June

Wednesday Reflection The 9th to 15th June is the week of prayer for SOCIETY, RELIGION AND TECHNOLOGY (SRT). Whilst the SRT team value your prayers on all aspects of their work at any time of the year, they ask that you particularly remember them during the second week in June each year- a date chosen […]

Wednesday Reflection for 5th June

Wednesday Reflection written by Anne Fallow Have you ever been persecuted for something which you have NOT done?? Has your name been used wrongly of an action or have you been accused falsely resulting in your name being wrongly tarred and therefore you are under constant persecution, no matter how you deny this because the […]

Wednesday Reflection for Pentecost

Wednesday Reflection written by James Robertson Last Sunday we celebrated the Christian festival of Pentecost. This is to mark the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the followers of Jesus. We may assume, therefore, that those followers looked up to witness and experience this descent. And, in so doing, they became aware of something beyond […]

Wednesday Reflection for Christian Aid Week

Aline and her family now

Wednesday Reflection for Christian Aid Week Last Sunday was the Sunday after Ascension and also the start of Christian Aid Week. Today we think about the world and what this means for us. We watched a video featuring Aline who lives in Burundi and whose life had become extremely hard after she was separated from […]

Wednesday Reflection – Love

Wednesday Reflection – Love written  by Susan Brown “Let us build a house Where love can dwell And all can safely live A place where Saints and children tell How hearts learn to forgive … Built of hopes and dreams and visions Rock of faith and vault of grace Here the love of Christ shall end […]

Wednesday Reflection for 1st of May

The Vine and the branches based on John ch 15 vs1 to 4     written by Anne Fallow Grapes and wine are produced from a vine which can be further shared by taking cuttings which will spread the good work of the vine to other regions. We can copy this by sharing our good habits and […]