LAST SATURDAY a number of members of Holy Trinity had a Quiet Day at the College and Cathedral of the Isles in Cumbrae. We reflected on our relationship with God. Among other activities was the opportunity to walk the Labyrinth.
On Sunday Dean Andrew pretended to control the children and young people with a remote control. This caused much hilarity when they were asked to do things, and they tried to show him they were in control, not him.
The sermon continued with the question of who is in control? Dean Andrew explained that in the Gospel reading Jesus challenged the power and authority of the chief priests and the elders. What was, and still is, important is God’s authority and our relationship with God.
This coming Sunday the main service is at 9.30am to enable as many people as possible to join the WW1 commemorations at the Parade in the town.
Other services and activities are on the website: www.holytrinitydunoon.co.uk.
Printed 6 October 2017