Arriving from the Faroe Islands – 4th to 13th May 2018
Everyone is welcome on board and to the activities.
For full details download the PDF leaflet by clicking here or click on the image below.
“As ”Juvel II” visits some of the harbours in Orkney, you are invited on board to have a guided tour of the ship and share in our refreshments, including Faroese cake 😉 You will meet the captain, the cook, the mu- sicians, and the rest of the group. All ages are welcome, including children with their parents and to them we offer painting, games and stories.”
Juvel II will be in Orkney: Kirkwall: May 4th – 6th, Lyness: May 7th – 8th, and Stromness: May 9th – 13th.
“On board we offer Songs of Praise, Youth evenings, a Men’s Evening, where they will enjoy the fellowship, sing and hear someone share a testimony. It’s relaxed, welcoming and topical and – of course – followed by refreshments!”
A Christian Bookshop and the charities, Cafe Bless and Go Go Olive, will be onboard on Saturday the 12th from 2 pm to 4 pm.
The goals of Atlantic Mission are:
– to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in our own and our neighbouring countries.
– to encourage the local church, and help them to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Our Orkney friends and supporters: please come along to Asha in Marengoland in St Margaret’s Hope on Sunday 15th April at 3:00pm for tea and kids activities plus a small sale.
Raising money for the gils of Asha in Bangladesh. More information at the Asha Facebook Page.
Holy week events organised by Kirkwall Council of Churches
Lunchtime Reflections in St Magnus Cathedral: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 1:15pm: 15-20 minutes of reflection as we focus on Jesus’ journey to the cross.
Good Friday: Walk of Witness 12pm-3pm:
St. Olaf’s (12:00pm), East Kirk (12:25pm), Peedie Kirk (12:50pm), Baptist Church (1:15pm), Catholic Church (1:40pm), Salvation Army (2:05pm), St. Magnus Cathedral (2:30pm), followed by ‘Café Church’ at the Christian Growth Centre (3:15pm). There will be a short service (10-15 minutes) at each church. You are welcome to join us for all or part of the journey.
For a PDF poster of the Kirkwall Council of Churches events click on the link: Holy Week Poster
Good Friday at 7:00pm: The Salvation Army and Kirkwall Baptist Church Joint Good Friday Service at The Salvation Army Hall.
Easter Sunday at 11:15am: Easter Family Service. Rev. Tim Proudlove.
Easter Sunday at 6:15pm: Service led by Youth Spring Camp Team, with Ally Heath.
Happy Fair Trade Fortnight everyone!
Sunday 17th December
11:15 am Christmas Nativity Service
6:15 pm Carols by candlelight
Sunday 24th – Christmas Eve
11:15 am Family Service
7:00 pm Pyjama Christmas – kids come in your PJs!
11:30 pm Watchnight Service – quiet and reflective
Sunday 31st – Hogmanay
11:15 am Family Service
7:30 pm Family Ceilidh followed by
11:15 pm Watchnight Service