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Easter is a sign of new beginnings, new life in the fields and countryside, new life in our journey in our Christian journey of life.
Easter is a time to celebrate, to find joy and peace and the love of God our Father.
For many years now Easter has been turned into yet another Public Holiday, losing the name of Easter, instead being the Spring Holiday. It is a holiday where families come together to have fun outside in the Spring Sunshine, walks in the parks, trips to the beach, picnics outside in the country, activities that have all been nearly impossible with dark days, cold and wet days. windy days. And so the country seems to come alive again, awaken with renewed vigour and lifted spirits.
For Christians, it is a time to celebrate, to be renewed in Faith, Hope and Love.
Faith in our Saviour and Lord Jesus Christ, who gave His life for us, who Died and then Rose again, that we too might know eternal life in God.
Hope, knowing that God is with us wherever we go, in us whatever we do, and with us in all that we face. He knows our love, our celebrations and joy and also our sorrow at the many difficult things we face in life.
Love, there is nothing like a love that a parent has for a child, from the day you hold a new born in your hands after birth and throughout your life. We are God's Children, Jesus is God's Son, He knows the suffering, the Sacrifice and the joy of Easter.
Let us not turn our celebration of such love into just another holiday, let it truly be a Celebration of Love.
Wishing all a Very Blessed Easter.
Posted: 12 Feb 2019
The very successful Guild Coffee Morning held in the Church Centre on Saturday 9th February raised a grand total of £800.50 with donations still coming in.
Posted: 21 Jan 2019
The final total collected in the Small Change Boxes and from the monthly tea/coffee sessions is £983.52. This will be sent to Christian Aid Scotland for their ongoing work. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to this splendid amount. Morag McMickan, Christian Aid Co-ordinator.
on Sunday 2 June at 2.30 pm in Crossmichael Church Hall
Dalbeattie Churches Together with God Service will be held on tonight at 7pm in Christ Church. The service will be led by Rev Colin Reilly. All are welcome
Stewartry Guilds Together invite all members and friends to their Fellowship Afternoon on Sunday 2nd June at 2.30pm in Crossmichael Church Hall. Speaker are Rev Liz Mack, Rev Fiona Wilson, Rev Alison Burnside, Rev Mhairi Wallace and Mrs Alison Chambers, Dalbeattie High School Head Teacher. Come and here about their Journey of Faith. All are very welcome.
Dunscore Church are holding a Garden Safari on Saturday 1st June. Entry fee of £5 for all three gardens. Posters are on Notice Board at rear of the Church showing where the gardens are.
Tea & Coffee will be served this morning in the Church Centre immediately after the service. Donations will be used for the ongoing work of Christian Aid. All are welcome.