Please see below some lovely photos taken at the Old High Church and St Stephen’s Church over the Easter weekend.
Click on the link to see a lovely video of St Stephen’s garden and remember to unmute the microphone on the right to hear the music …
A reflective service for Good Friday, led by the Rev Arthur Sinclair, our Pastoral Assistant. Arthur is a priest of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
The hymns (from CH4) are:
380 There is a green hill far away
392 When I survey the wondrous cross
Introduced by the Rev Peter W Nimmo
Music: Pam McCulloch
Edited by Daniel Nimmo
More services to listen to at our at our Soundcloud page.
We will have online services for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday:
On Maundy Thursday we are invited to join a live service, at 7pm, led by the Rev Douglas Robertson, at Crown Church. This will be found at on “Crown Church, Inverness” Facebook page (you don’t have to be a Facebook member to see it). It will be a communion service, and Douglas is inviting people to set up their own ‘communion table’ at home before the service starts, to share in a short but familiar Communion liturgy.
On Good Friday there will be an audio service of prayers and readings let by our Pastoral Assistant, the Rev Arthur Sinclair.
For Easter Sunday there will be an audio Sunday service led by Deacon Dot Getliffe and others from the congregation.
This year we are sharing Holy Week with our friends at Ness Bank Church of Scotland and St John’s and St Michael’s Episcopal Churches. Do join us as we prepare for Easter!
Holy Week 15-19 April 2019
7pm Taizé service at St John’s Episcopal Church, Southside Road
Concert by US student choir at Ness Bank Church
7pm Reflecting on Holy Week at St Stephen’s
7pm Communion at Ness Bank
The Old High Church will be open for reflection, 2-4pm
7.30pm Good Friday Evening Service with Musik Fyne, St Michael’s Abban Street
8pm Easter Vigil at St John’s Episcopal Church, Southside Road
Services as usual at 10am (St Stephen’s) and 11.15am (Old High)