Old High St. Stephen's, Inverness

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Month: September 2018

Old High Church opening times for visitors

Why not visit one of the landmarks of Inverness: the Old High Church, the original parish church of Inverness?

Whether you are a local or a visitor, you are most welcome to come and look around the most historic building in Inverness. You’ll be warmly welcomed by our knowledgable volunteer guides.

Opening times from 27 September:

Thursday 10-12.00
Friday 10.00-12.00 and 2-4pm.

You can also see the church after our Sunday worship. Sunday services are normally at 11.15am (check here for current details).

Click here for more information about the Old High Church.

We can always use more volunteers, especially to cover times when the regulars can’t make it – please contact us if you would like to help.

 

 

 

Welcome the children: sermon for Sunday 23 September 2018: Proper 20 Year B

Scripture Readings: James 3:13-4:3, 7-8a

Mark 9:30-37

In the name of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Amen.

This morning at the Old High Church we are celebrating the baptism of Johnny Baird. It’s always great to have a service at which the child is the centre of attention. For lots of different reasons, we are seeing fewer children in our churches nowadays, and I think that’s a great pity. Children ought to be the centre of the church’s attention more often. After all, in today’s Gospel reading, a child becomes the centre of attention, because Jesus puts him or her there.

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Wisdom’s Call: sermon for 16 September 2018 (Proper 19, Year B, RCL)

Scripture Readings: Proverbs 1:20-33

Mark 8:31-38

In the name of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Amen.

I read about a survey this week that claimed that men aged between 18 and 34 are so concerned about how they look, they spend two hours a week thinking about what they are going to wear[1]. Once, we gents used to complain that the ladies were keeping us late because they took so long to get ready. Perhaps now the roles are reversed!

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Old High Music 6 October 2018

You can download the programme here and a copy of the poster here

Sunday Bulletin 16 September 2018

WORSHIP THIS WEEK
Sunday 23 September 2018: Proper 20
10:00am Morning Worship at St Stephen’s
11.15 am Morning Worship at the Old High
ADVANCE NOTICE: HARVEST THANKSGIVING on Sunday 7 October. Once again we will be asking for donations for the Highland Foodbank- details of the food required will be in next Sunday’s bulletin. If you need more information now, please contact our Foodbank link person, Margaret Neville margaretneville<at>btinternet.com.
THE SUNDAY EVENING DISCUSSION GROUP has resumed and are exploring “Vanishing Grace” by Philip Yancey- challenging why many people no longer feel that the Church is bringing Good News to the world. The next meeting Sunday 23 September, 7pm, St Stephen’s. Details: Andrew Stevenson.
THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION will be celebrated at St Stephen’s on Sunday 30 September. All are welcome at the Lord’s Table. Retiring Offering for Christian Aid: please give generously. Linda Philip lindajphilip<at>hotmail.com
OHSS AUTUMN OUTING CAWDOR WOODS on Sunday 30 September. Meet St Stephen’s Car Park 2pm, or Cawdor Castle Car Park 2.30pm (no entrance fee). Low level walk with several loops. Afternoon tea after at The Cawdor Tavern in the Bar, 4pm. Contact Deborah Macrae or Jennifer Morrison to give an idea of numbers and for more information or transport or email dmmacrae<at>uwclub.net
NINA WALLIS LEGACY The Kirk Session has decided that the legacy of £185,771.90 should be used for specific projects, not for day-to-day expenditure. The congregation are invited to send any ideas either to the church administrator invernesschurch<at>gmail or be handed to the Minister or our Session Clerks.
PASTORAL CARE Peter, or the Rev Arthur Sinclair, our Pastoral Assistant, should be informed of anyone ill at home or in hospital.
CHURCH AND HALL BOOKINGS OLD HIGH and ST STEPHEN’S All hall bookings (including one-off events like concerts, coffee mornings and exhibitions, and for church activities and regular events) should be made as follows: St Stephen’s Church and Halls at Southside Road: Katharina Nimmo; Old High Church and Old High Halls Pat MacLeod, Church Administrator invernesschurch<at>gmail.com. Please note that failure to book, even for congregational events, will mean you will be unable to access the buildings!
CROSSREACH Prayer diary October 2018 to January 2019, Newsletter, and Christmas catalogue now available at church doors. Rae Swan.
SUNDAY BULLETIN Please send items for this sheet to our Church Administrator. Church Administrator: Mrs Pat MacLeod invernesschurch<at>gmail.com. Deadline Wednesday at 12 noon. Please keep items as brief as possible, and include contact details and/or e-mail.
OTHER NEWS
CAMERON HOUSE Friends Group annual fund-raising Afternoon Tea on Saturday 22 September 2-4pm, in Scout Hall, Green Drive. Various Stalls, and all donations gratefully received. Admission £3 including tea/coffee with home baking. Children free. Tickets from Rae Swan at SS, and Sheila MacLeod at OH. Do come along and help the Friends Group give the residents some extras.
AT THE HEART. ON THE EDGE at Ness Bank Church on Tuesday 13 November 10 am to 3.30 pm. Hosted by Rev Fiona Smith, Minister of Ness Bank Parish Church, and Rev Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the- Fields. Programme has been developed jointly by Ness Bank Church and St Martin’s. HeartEdge is a growing ecumenical network of churches and other organisations working across the UK and overseas, initiated by St Martin-in-the-Fields. It aims to catalyse Kingdom Communities, both for those working at the heart of commerce, culture and community, and those on the edge. Topics for the day include: liturgy and worship for day-to-day communal life; starting and sustaining distinctive enterprise to generate finance for your church; addressing social need locally; using art, music and performance to reimagine the Christian story. More at https://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/life-st-martins/mission/heartedge/. Please register to attend at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/at-the-heart-on-the-edge-tickets-48122091471?aff=eac2, or contact our Minister, Peter.
INVERNESS CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY are holding the first concert in their 2018-19 series in the Old High Church on Friday 21 September at 7.30pm. Robert Irvine (cello) and Allan Neave (guitar) bring a programme ranging from Vivaldi and Bach to Spanish/South American music. Entry donation of £15 for adults. More details from Andrew Stevenson
GLASGOW PHOENIX CHOIR concert, St Andrew’s Episcopal Cathedral Inverness Sunday 23 September, 2.30pm to raise funds for Marie Curie. Tickets (£10) from Susan at Cathedral Office, vonnie.stevenson<at>mariecure.org.uk or the choir’s website.
HOST UK Christmas with a difference! Can you make room for an international student to learn what true British Festive hospitality can mean? Would you like to add that international element to your Christmas, learning another countries traditions and enjoying the connection and friendship that such sharing brings? HOST UK arranges for international students to enjoy brief homestays with UK hosts, one day, a weekend or, over the festive period. We need more hosts so that a smile can spread across many more faces. Contact Melanie Bennet www.hostuk.org

Sunday Bulletin 9 September 2018

WORSHIP THIS WEEK
Saturday 15 September
2.30pm Short communion service at St Stephen’s
(details below)
Sunday 16 September 2018: Proper 19
10:00am Morning Worship at St Stephen’s
11.15 am Morning Worship at the Old High
SUNDAY EVENING DISCUSSION GROUP will gather after the summer break at 7pm on Sunday 9 September in St Stephen’s vestry. This will be a chance to discuss new material to explore at the fortnightly meetings during the rest of the year. New participants are always welcome. This has been found to be a point at the start of a new week when belief, doubt, confidence and concerns for the future can all have a place- and where there is relaxed sharing of life experiences and laughter as well. More details from Andrew Stevenson
AFTERNOON COMMUNION: a short service with, with tea afterwards, on Saturday 15 September at 2.30pm at St Stephen’s. Open to all, but a particularly those who are less able. Contact your elder for further information or if you require transport. Val Cantlay val.cantlay<at> btinternet.com
CRAFT EVENING St Stephen’s Hall 7.30–9pm, Wednesday 12 September. Crafters and non-crafters welcome (you may wish to learn a craft). Friendly atmosphere and refreshments provided. Margaret McAleer
NINA WALLIS LEGACY The Kirk Session has decided that the legacy of £185,771.90 should be used for specific projects, not for day-to-day expenditure. The congregation are therefore invited to send any ideas either to the church administrator invernesschurch<at>gmail or be handed to the Minister or our Session Clerks.
HIGHLAND FOODBANK During the months of August and September the Foodbank would be grateful for donations of the following items: Tins of Custard/Potatoes/Peas/Carrots; Cartons of Fruit Juice; and Jars of Pasta Sauce. Contact: Margaret Neville margaretneville<at>btinternet.com
CROSSREACH PRAYER DIARY Latest prayer diary June to September, and Impact report are available at church doors. Contact Rae Swan
OHSS MAGAZINE editor Willie Morrison requires articles and photos for the September issue. Please submit whatever you can, as early as possible, by e-mail to willie<at>kenilweb.com. The deadline is Friday 14 September.
CAMERON HOUSE Friends Group annual fund raising Afternoon Tea on Saturday 22 September 2-4pm, in Scout Hall, Green Drive. Various Stalls, and all donations gratefully received. Admission £3 including tea/coffee with home baking. Children free. Tickets from Rae Swan at SS, and Sheila MacLeod at OH. Do come along and help the Friends Group give the residents some extras.
OHSS AUTUMN OUTING CAWDOR WOODS on Sunday 30 September. Meet St Stephen’s Car Park 2pm, or Cawdor Castle Car Park 2.30pm (no entrance fee). Low level walk with several loops. Afternoon tea after at The Cawdor Tavern in the Bar, 4pm. Contact Deborah Macrae or Jennifer Morrison to give an idea of numbers and for more information or transport or email dmmacrae<at>uwclub.net
PASTORAL CARE Peter, or the Rev Arthur Sinclair, our Pastoral Assistant, should be informed of anyone ill at home or in hospital.
SUNDAY BULLETIN Please send items for this sheet to our Church Administrator. Church Administrator: Mrs Pat MacLeod invernesschurch<at>gmail.com. Deadline Wednesday at 12 noon. Please keep items as brief as possible, and include contact details and/or e-mail.
OTHER NEWS
AT THE HEART. ON THE EDGE at Ness Bank Church on Tuesday 13 November 10 am to 3.30 pm. Hosted by Rev Fiona Smith, Minister of Ness Bank Parish Church, and Rev Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the- Fields. Programme has been developed jointly by Ness Bank Church and St Martin’s. HeartEdge is a growing ecumenical network of churches and other organisations working across the UK and overseas, initiated by St Martin-in-the-Fields. It aims to catalyse Kingdom Communities, both for those working at the heart of commerce, culture and community, and those on the edge. Topics for the day include: liturgy and worship for day-to-day communal life; starting and sustaining distinctive enterprise to generate finance for your church; addressing social need locally; using art, music and performance to reimagine the Christian story. More at https://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/life-st-martins/mission/heartedge/. Please register to attend at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/at-the-heart-on-the-edge-tickets-48122091471?aff=eac2, or contact our Minister, Peter
“GROW” YOUTH WORK DAY CONFERENCE Saturday 8 September (9.45am-4pm), Culduthel Christian Centre. Cost £6 (+ bring your own packed lunch). Refreshments will be provided on the day. Open to all Youth and Children’s work volunteers. Helpful seminars for all interests. Hosted by Inverness Salaried Christian Youthworkers (ISCY). More information from https://grow.scot Booking is essential
URBAN SAINTS: DISCIPLES MAKING DISCIPLE on Wednesday 12 September at 7.30pm at Culduthel Christian Centre. An inspiring, fun-packed and faith-stretching evening, where you’ll discover 4 powerful reasons why we should encourage people to become followers of Jesus. Contact Jenny Sinclair, CCC Administrator admin<at>culduthelchristiancentre.org
INVERNESS CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY are holding the first concert in their 2018-19 series in the Old High Church on Friday 21 September at 7.30pm. Robert Irvine (cello) and Allan Neave (guitar) bring a programme ranging from Vivaldi and Bach to Spanish/South American music. Entry donation of £15 for adults. More details from Andrew Stevenson

A healing community: sermon for the Kirking of the Council, Sunday 9 September 2018

Scripture Readings: Psalm 146

Mark 2.1-12

In the name of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Amen.

There is a bit of a hubbub in the lakeside Galilean town of Capernaum. News has got around about a young rabbi from the nearby town of Nazareth, whose preaching and teaching is sincere and heartfelt, and who has also got a reputation for healing miracles. He’s been in Capernaum already, then went on a preaching tour around the local synagogues; now he is making a return visit. This was an age and a place when people had an entirely different attitude from us to personal space and public space. You left your door open as an invitation to anyone to wander in. In a small, humble house, there would be no entrance hall- from the street, you stepped directly into the family’s living quarters.

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Kirking of the Council: 9 September 2018

INVERNESS KIRKING OF THE COUNCIL THIS SUNDAY,

9 SEPTEMBER 2018

70TH ANNIVERSARY OF NHS A THEME THIS YEAR

The scene after the Kirking service in 2017. Image courtesy Highland Council/ Ewen Weatherspoon

An ancient Inverness ceremony – the Kirking of the Council – takes places this Sunday, 9 September 2018.

Staff and Members of The Highland Council along with guests from the University of the Highlands and Islands and community councils will parade, led by the Royal British Legion Scotland (Inverness Branch) pipes and drums, and the City of Inverness Youth Pipe Band along with uniformed youth groups and school representatives. Also attending will be the Mayor of Inverness’s twin town, St Valery en Caux, France, Mme Dominique Chauvel, and her deputy.

All members of the public, especially those who work in the public services to attend the Kirking this Sunday.

The 200-strong colourful Kirking parade begins from Crown Primary School at 10.30am and travels down Stephen’s Brae towards the Town House where they will be joined by Provost Helen Carmichael, Councillors and representatives from various organisations serving the city. The parade will then make its way from Inverness Town House along the riverside to the Old High Church on Church Street.

The service in the Old High Church – which is open to all – begins at 11.15am. Due to the popularity of the Kirking those intending to join the congregation are asked to arrive in good time to take their seats. After the service the procession will then form up in Church Street before returning to the Town House.

The Kirking Service will be led by Reverend Peter Nimmo, Minister of Old High St Stephen’s Church. Members of the congregation will contribute readings and prayers. The combined choirs of the Old High and St Stephens will sing at the event; with Pam McCulloch (the Choir Director at St Stephen’s) conducting; and Robin Versteeg (Choir Director of the Old High) organist for the service.

The Kirking is the oldest annual gathering staged in the City of Inverness, and brings over 400 years of tradition and pageantry to the streets of Highland Capital. The Kirking is held on the morning of the second Sunday in September and marks the official end of the Inverness Summer Festivals programme.

During the service, thanks will be given on the 70th anniversary of the National Health Service. Inverness is home to Raigmore Hospital, and the Health Service is one of the city’s largest employers. In his sermon, the Rev Peter Nimmo will say, “We should cherish the health service. It is a fine example of ‘solidarity’, in which wider society helps look after those unable to help themselves’.

6 September 2018

Notes:

The Old High Church, Church Street, Inverness is the oldest church in Inverness, occupying a site which has had a church since Celtic times. The Old High is one of two places of worship used by the congregation of Old High St Stephen’s- the other is St Stephen’s in Southside Road. Old High St Stephen’s is a congregation of the Church of Scotland.

The Reverend Peter W Nimmo is minister of Old High St Stephen’s. He can be contacted at 01463 250 802 or PNimmo@churchofscotland.org.uk

Website: www.oldhighststephens.com

Twitter: @invernesschurch

Highland Council contact: Gerry Reynolds 01463 785006 gerry.reynolds@highland.gov.uk

A gallery of images from last year’s Kirking (courtesy of Highland Council) is available here: http://invernessfestivals.com/winter08/zenphoto/index.php?album=2017-Kirking

Rev Peter W Nimmo and Provost Helen Carmichael at the Kirking in 2015
Image courtesy Highland Counci/ Ewen Weatherspoon

 

Sunday Bulletin 2 September 2018

WORSHIP THIS WEEK
Sunday 9 September 2018: Proper 18
11.15 am Kirking of the Council:
Congregational Service at the Old High
No service at St Stephen’s
KIRKING OF THE COUNCIL is perhaps the biggest community event our congregation is involved with. It takes place next Sunday, 9 September, 11.15am at the Old High Church. Please make sure you come along to give a warm welcome not just to councillors, but also the community representatives and many children who attend from local schools and youth organisations. This year’s theme will look at health and wellbeing from a Christian perspective, in this, the 70th anniversary year of the National Health Service. It is a wonderful opportunity to show the church’s concern for the life of our city! More details from the Minister.
RETIRING OFFERING: KERALA FLOOD EMERGENCY There is another chance today to give to the special offering which Christian Aid have asked churches to take for their work in the Indian state of Kerala. Christian Aid states: ‘Over a million people so far have been affected by the unprecedented monsoon rains, with the loss of more than 370 lives in the monsoon season since June. The heavy rains have brought Kerala to a standstill; the airport and rail stations are closed due to the flooding. Most villages are either inundated with flood water, or inaccessible because of landslides. More than a million people are staying in around 4,000 relief camps across the state. The rains continue to fall in many districts – out of the 14 districts, 13 are badly affected. It’s said to be the worst rains in more than 100 years. The scale of this crisis means we need your help to do more. We’re seeing the effects of climate change right before our eyes, and we need to stand together with those suffering’. There will be plates at the doors today, or you can donate via the Christian Aid website at https://www.christianaid.org.uk/.
YOUR CHURCH NEEDS YOU! Our Action Teams are looking to recruit new members with new ideas. The teams are Finance and Stewardship; Pastoral Care; Outreach and Fundraising; Worship and Education. Please give this your consideration and if you are willing to join any of these teams please contact our Session Clerk. Linda Philip.
OLD HIGH MUSIC: FLISKMAHOY ENSEMBLE Saturday 8 September at midday will mark the second public recital by a newly-formed group, the Fliskmahoy Ensemble. Emma Versteeg (wife of Old High organist, Robin), along with two other singers and a violinist, are exploring fresh musical forms for traditional Scottish and Irish ballads, and have commissioned new work from Scottish composers, which will feature in the recital. Their recent premiere performance in Dundee was received with much acclaim, so we are fortunate to have the opportunity to hear them at this formative stage in the life of this ensemble. The programme includes renditions of Caller’ Herrin and Barbara Allen and concludes with the Pankhurst Anthem – a piece commissioned by BBC Radio 3 to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK. This promises to be a fascinating and exciting hour of music. Andrew Stevenson. Join our music mailing list ohssmusic<at>gmail.com.
THE SUNDAY EVENING DISCUSSION GROUP will gather after the summer break at 7pm on Sunday 9 September in St Stephen’s vestry. This will be a chance to discuss new material to explore at the fortnightly meetings during the rest of the year. New participants are always welcome. This has been found to be a point at the start of a new week when belief, doubt, confidence and concerns for the future can all have a place- and where there is relaxed sharing of life experiences and laughter as well. More details from Andrew Stevenson
AFTERNOON COMMUNION There will be a short service with Communion on Saturday 15 September at 2.30pm at St Stephen’s. Tea will be served after the service. Contact your elder for further information or if you require transport. Val Cantlay val.cantlay<at>btinternet.com
BRIDGE SOCIAL EVENING The bridge social evening held last Friday night, raised the magnificent sum of £1,165. A big thank you to all those who participated in making it such a successful evening. We couldn’t have done it without you! Linda Philip
OLD HIGH CHURCH OPENING- GAPS IN ROTA The Church has been open 4 days a week 10am-12noon and 2-4pm since the beginning of June but due to unforeseen circumstances there are gaps in the rota on Wednesdays (morning and afternoon) and on a Thursday afternoon. If you can help on either a regular or occasional basis please contact Sheila MacLeod macloshei<at>aol.com.
NINA WALLIS LEGACY At the last Kirk Session meeting, it was decided that the legacy of £185,771.90 should be used for a specific project, not for day-to-day expenditure. The congregation are therefore invited to send any ideas either to the manse office or be handed to the Minister or Session Clerk.
KIRK SESSION meets Tuesday 4 September at 7.30pm in Old High hall. Linda Philip
HIGHLAND FOODBANK During the months of August and September the Foodbank would be grateful for donations of the following items: Tins of Custard/Potatoes/Peas/Carrots; Cartons of Fruit Juice; and Jars of Pasta Sauce. Contact: Margaret Neville margaretneville<at>btinternet.com
CROSSREACH PRAYER DIARY Latest prayer diary June to September, and Impact report are available at church doors. Contact Rae Swan.
OHSS MAGAZINE editor Willie Morrison requires articles and photos for the September issue. Please submit whatever you can, as early as possible, by e-mail to willie<at>kenilweb. The deadline is Friday 14 September.
OHSS AUTUMN OUTING CAWDOR WOODS on Sunday30 September. Meet St Stephen’s Car Park 2pm, or Cawdor Castle Car Park 2.30pm (no need to pay for entrance). Low level walk with several loops. Afternoon tea after at The Cawdor Tavern in the Bar, 4pm. Contact Deborah Macrae or Jennifer Morrison to give an idea of numbers and for more information or transport or email dmmacrae<at>uwclub.net
PASTORAL CARE Peter, or the Rev Arthur Sinclair, our Pastoral Assistant, should be informed of anyone ill at home or in hospital.
SUNDAY BULLETIN Please send items for this sheet to our Church Administrator. Church Administrator: Mrs Pat MacLeod invernesschurch<at>gmail.com. Deadline Wednesday at 12 noon. Please keep items as brief as possible, and include contact details and/or e-mail.
OTHER NEWS
AT THE HEART. ON THE EDGE at Ness Bank Church on Tuesday 13 November 10 am to 3.30 pm. Hosted by Rev Fiona Smith, Minister of Ness Bank Parish Church, and Rev Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the- Fields. Programme has been developed jointly by Ness Bank Church and St Martin’s. HeartEdge is a growing ecumenical network of churches and other organisations working across the UK and overseas, initiated by St Martin-in-the-Fields. It aims to catalyse Kingdom Communities, both for those working at the heart of commerce, culture and community, and those on the edge. Topics for the day include: liturgy and worship for day-to-day communal life; starting and sustaining distinctive enterprise to generate finance for your church; addressing social need locally; using art, music and performance to reimagine the Christian story. More at https://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/life-st-martins/mission/heartedge/. Please register to attend at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/at-the-heart-on-the-edge-tickets-48122091471?aff=eac2, or contact our Minister, Peter (01463 250 802).
“GROW” YOUTH WORK DAY CONFERENCE Saturday 8 September (9.45am-4pm, Culduthel Christian Centre. Cost £6 (+ bring your own packed lunch). Refreshments will be provided on the day. Open to all Youth and Children’s work volunteers. Helpful seminars for all interests. Hosted by Inverness Salaried Christian Youthworkers (ISCY). More information from https://grow.scot. Booking is essential
URBAN SAINTS: DISCIPLES MAKING DISCIPLES on Wednesday 12 September at 7.30pm at Culduthel Christian Centre. An inspiring, fun-packed and faith-stretching evening, where you’ll discover 4 powerful reasons why we should encourage people to become followers of Jesus. Contact Jenny Sinclair, CCC Administrator admin<at>culduthelchristiancentre.org
INVERNESS CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY are holding the first concert in their 2018-19 series in the Old High Church on Friday 21 September at 7.30pm. Robert Irvine (cello) and Allan Neave (guitar) bring a programme ranging from Vivaldi and Bach to Spanish/South American music. Entry donation of £15 for adults. More details from Andrew Stevenson

A polluted faith, a polluted planet: sermon for 2 September 2018 (Proper 17)

Scripture Readings: James 1:17-27

Mark 7.1-8, 20-23

In the name of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Amen.

On December 7, 1972, a photograph was taken which literally changed the way we look at the world. It was taken by the crew of the Apollo 17 spacecraft, which was returning from the final manned mission to the moon. It is perhaps the most memorable of all the images of the Apollo missions, but it shows, not the moon, but the earth. Taken from a distance of about 29,000 kilometres (18,000 miles) from the surface from the earth, it showed, almost for the first time, an image of the entire planet: a colourful mixture of blue ocean, white clouds, brown and green earth, set in the background pitch black darkness of space. Nicknamed ‘The Blue Marble’, for that is what it looks like, it is one of the most reproduced images in human history[1].

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