Look towards the light and the shadow of your burden will be behind you. Author unknown
GOOD NEWS - LARGO PARISH CHURCH IS OPEN FOR WORSHIP
Please read and familiarise yourself with the guidance notes and also note that you MUST book in advance to attend.
Updates will be provided in the coming weeks.
Following Scottish Government Lock-down Easing Guidelines and clearance from Presbytery, the Kirk Session having overseen all necessary preventive cleaning and sanitising measures, the church is open for weekly worship on Sunday and the service starts at 10:30 a.m. Attendance is limited up to a maximum of 45 persons (dependent upon individual or couple or family groups) and requires to be booked in advance. You are required to bring with you and wear a FACE COVERING / MASK for the duration of the service. Please read and familiarise yourself with the guidance notes before attending.
‘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
"Your Pastor has never pastored a church through a pandemic before. When he opens, people are going to say he should have closed. When he closes, people are going to say he should have opened. When he doesn't shake hands people are going to say he needs faith. When he shakes hands people are going to say he's foolish. He's going to make some difficult decisions to protect the flock, considering everything from your spiritual growth, to legal liabilities. Every Pastor believes they are pastor the most amazing group of people. Remember this: No one wants things to go well at church as much as your Pastor(s). Your Pastor needs your prayers and support right now"