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Kirk Service for this Sunday and News

Abbey Church of Scotland,

North Berwick
and Dirleton Kirk

Minister: Rev Dr David J Graham
Pastoral Assistant: Robert Kane

Sunday, 21 st June 2020

Today’s Service Theme:

What Next?

Church Services Cancelled

In the light of the advice received from Church of Scotland, we have
no choice but to cancel all church services and meetings for the
foreseeable future, until we are instructed that it is safe to resume.
This is obviously a great disappointment, but it is the only course of

action in the present circumstances.

Today’s virtual service is led by our Pastoral Assistant

Mr Robert Kane

Abbey Church Office (serving Abbey and Dirleton) is open
10am - 1pm Tuesday to Friday (currently working remotely)
Church Office ?892800 Website: abbeychurch.org.uk
email: abbeychurch@abbeychurch.co.uk
Church Administrator: Paola Burrows

Abbey Church of Scotland, North Berwick Scottish Charity – No SC004761

Dirleton Parish Church Scottish Charity – No SC004533

Morning Worship, Dirleton Kirk
Praise is from the Church Hymnary, 4 th Edition (CH4)

Scripture: Ezekiel 37:1-10

CH4 257 Beauty for brokenness
CH4 549 How deep the Father’s love for us
CH4 562 Through the love of God, our Saviour
CH4 159 Lord, for the years your love has kept and guided

Morning Worship, Abbey Church
Praise is from Mission Praise (MP)

Scripture: Ezekiel 37:1-10

M Praise 806 Beauty for brokenness
M Praise 988 How deep the Father’s love for us
M Praise 704 Through the love of God, our Saviour
M Praise 428 Lord, for the years your love has kept and

guided

Our Father, who art in heaven
hallowed be thy name,
Thy kingdom come.

Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.

And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

For thine is the kingdom, and the power,
and the glory, for ever. Amen

Next Sunday – 28th June
Service Theme – The Cross
Prayer Meeting. After the success last week of our virtual prayer meeting, we
are again coming together this evening at 7.30pm. The focus will be on the
World Church.
Abbey and Dirleton Administration is on annual leave 23 – 26 th June. The
remote office will be closed.
Worship during lockdown. If you have any photographs you are happy to share
with us of how you and your family have adapted your worship during this
lockdown, we would like to put a presentation onto our Abbey Church Website.
Photographs can be sent to the Abbey Church office or directly to Rev. David
Graham. Please note that by sending in the photographs you are giving us
permission to publish them on the internet.
Try Praying, from Ruth Torrance - Please could I ask our church family to pray
for all those who are taking the booklets that Abbey church has made available,
that they will be encouraged and it will be the seed of something that takes
root and blossoms in their life. If you would like to display your own perspex
box in your garden you can order one directly from the link below for £14.50. I
can supply the booklets for you. https://thereishope.co.u+k/product/perspex-
boxes/

Foodbank Unfortunately we can no longer collect for the foodbank at Abbey
church office but you can still donate at Tesco, the coop funeral care and Nisa
in North Berwick. Current urgently needed items are jam, rice, deodorant and
shampoo.
Rev Dr David Graham is emailing the Sunday service to many of our members
and friends. If you are not receiving an email and would like to be included in
the list please contact Abbey Church office with your details.
abbeychurch@abbeychurch.co.uk
Super Sunday Club is online. We'll continue to explore the Bible with games,
stories, songs, crafts and prayer. Aimed at primary ages, but open to all. Come
and join us this Sunday at 10.00am on the Abbey Church Facebook
page www.facebook.com/abbeyanddirleton/. Also available on Abbey Church
Website.
Abbey Offerings
A number of members have contacted Abbey Church for advice on how they can
continue to make financial contributions during the current crisis. This is
appreciated as the running costs of the church continue, much as before,
including the costs of our staff. In addition, the significant income which we
generally receive for the use of our premises has now stopped completely.
For those who already contribute via standing order, the church should
continue to receive these offerings (and any associated Gift Aid) provided the
giver's financial circumstances enable this to continue.
For those who generally contribute through envelopes or by putting cash in the
offering bags, there are a number of options:
By payment into the Church bank Account at the Bank of Scotland either
electronically or in person.
By standing order
The Abbey Church's bank account is as follows:
Bank of Scotland
Sort code 80-17-95
Account number 00100437