Peter Neilson rejoicing in the great unseen… #DailyWorship

Peter Neilson rejoicing in the great unseen… #DailyWorship

We thank Scott Shackleton for his Daily Worship and we welcome Peter Neilson. After 45 years of ministry in parish and national roles, Peter now lives in Anstruther with Dorothy, with his family dispersed as far as New Zealand. Peter’s main focus is in supporting groups of ministers with the backing of an organisation called Macedonian Ministry. This week he writes about eating, imagination and rejoicing in the great unseen...

Read Albert on inheritance, Remembrance and environment #Blog

Read Albert on inheritance, Remembrance and environment #Blog

Read Albert Bogle's latest blogpost 'An Inheritance Of Love And Peace': "The New Testament writers talk a lot about the promised presence of the Holy Spirit to show us how we ought to live. As we reflect on the past follies of war during this Remembrance season may we have the courage to make our own personal sacrifices in order to play our part so that the children of today might have a world to live in and explore tomorrow."

Inheritance! November group questions online

Inheritance! November group questions online

Our group discussion questions for our November theme 'An Inheritance of Love' are now online. In what way is our faith today 'on the way’ to and from somewhere? Where have we been and where are we going? How can we look back on our inheritance but, like Paul, follow faithfully in our own day and age?

Service Replay - The Gift that keeps on Giving - now available.

Service Replay - The Gift that keeps on Giving - now available.

Rewatch the service from The Royal Hotel, Bridge of Allan. 

http://www.sanctuaryfirst.org.uk/replay

The Gift that keeps on Giving

At harvest time we are thankful for the gifts we have received — from the earth, from God, and from one another. We are going to link back to a past Sanctuary First theme Guard the Good and focus on a story Jesus told known as the ‘Parable of the sower’. It’s a punchy, memorable tale with lots to say about agriculture, gifts and grace.