Glenorchy & Innishael and Strathfillan
Newsletter: September 2011: Special Edition for Dalmally Show
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The Top Ten had to be a top 16 because it was so close. I had expected a list of maybe 20 favourites and a handful of others, but such is the breadth of taste, appreciation and knowledge of our erudite congregations that 128 Hymns came up!
Here is the list of headliners, followed by votes given. All the top ones, but by no means all the choices, are in CH4 – the latest edition of the hymn book. Martyn Gibson.
|Be thou my vision.||465||9|
|O Lord my God, when I in awesome wonder.||154||9|
|Make me a channel of your peace.||528||6|
|All people that on Earth do dwell.||63||5|
|Morning has broken .||212||5|
|The King if Love my Shepherd is||462||5|
|I, the Lord of sea and sky.||251||5|
|Abide with me.||580||4|
|Child in a Manger.||314||4|
|Just as I am, without one plea.||553||4|
|Love divine, all loves excelling.||519||4|
|The day thou gave us, Lord has ended .||220||4|
|The Lord’s my shepherd .||15||4|
|What a friend we have in Jesus.||547||4|
There were also 9 hymns with 3 votes each, 25 with 2 votes and a further 78 with one vote each. I hope you enjoyed this, maybe we should do a Carol Top Ten for Christmas.
– all welcome
|4th September St Conan’s Kirk||9.00||Holy Communion|
|11th September Glenorchy Kirk||10.00|
|Bridge of Orchy Church||11.30|
|18th September Crianlarich Church||11.00||Joint Service|
|nb no service at Glenorchy|
|25th September Glenorchy Kirk||10.00||Bridge of Orchy Church||11.30|
|Portsonachan Village Hall||6.00|
We record Sunday morning services. If you are unable to get to church and would like a copy to listen to at home, please let us know.
Glenorchy Kirk Bicentenary
The banner and the Dalmally Historical Association exhibition have drawn much interest, as have personal photos of various occasions in the church. Many thanks to all. Let’s keep thinking back and looking forward. May God bless the next 200 years.
Crianlarich Church Friday 9th September 7.30pm Entry by Donation
A great opportunity to have an enjoyable evening & support the church.
The displays representing the Dalmally Show and the Church of Scotland were two amongst lots of beautiful exhibits. Many thanks to all who took part in any way. Over 350 folk came through the doors over the three days.
This wooden cross stands in Glenorchy Kirk – you are welcome to write the name of a person or place or situation for which you are praying or would like others to pray. Please pray for the names already written there.
Bridge of Orchy Church and Dalmally Church Hall have been insulated. Glenorchy Kirk is next with just some time required to do the job. Hopefully folk will notice the difference in temperature as well as a reduction in bills and a reduced carbon footprint.