Look towards the light and the shadow of your burden will be behind you. Author unknown
Sunday Services are held at 10:30 in Largo Parish Church unless stated otherwise.
Following the LACRT weekly updates, I noted that in Largo Area the Covid case number have increased. So I do ask you on behalf of the Kirk Session, and keeping to the 121 advice given by the Kirk Covid group is - that if you feel unwell, with signs of a sore throat, drippy nose or achy joints - all the usual flu signs, please considered staying at home. The advice also suggests taking a lateral flow test before attending church, so you know you are negative. I believe this advice is sound and reasonable, reflecting a sign of our pastoral care for one another.
We are still maintaining the track and trace record. So booking to attend a service is recommended. Margaret Robertson is managing this for us. Margaret would appreciate if you let her know by 12 noon on a Saturday if you intend to be at the Sunday service. It does not matter if you do not attend if circumstances change, but if you can let her know this is appreciated.
Flowers in Church – if you wish to donate fresh flowers the Sunday church service for an occasion or in memory of someone, please speak to Linda Trotter
‘For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come… will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.’ (Romans 8:38-39)
God of heaven and earth, in these times of isolation, apart from loved ones distant from friends away from neighbours thank you that there is nothing in all of creation, not even coronavirus, that is able to separate us from your love.
And may your love that never fails continue to be shared through the kindness of strangers looking out for each other, for neighbours near and far all recognising our shared vulnerability, each of us grateful for every breath, and willing everyone to know the gift of a full and healthy life. Keep us all in your care. Amen.
Wonderful singing from a packed Congregation at a Sunday service in the Durham Hall