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17TH FEBRUARY 2021 OPENING SENTENCE OF SCRIPTURE ‘The sacrifice of God is a broken spirit: a broken and contrite heart you will not despise.’ Lord, have mercy WELCOME Brothers and sisters in Christ: since early days Christians have observed with great devotion the time of our Lord’s passion and resurrection. It became the custom of

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The Youth Choir

Dumfries Youth Choir meets from 5.45 – 6.45 in St. John’s Church Hall every Wednesday during St John’s Choir practice.  New members from S1 up welcome.  For further information contact dyc AT stjohnsdumfries DOT org.

Buldhana Update

Over the last couple of days we have been helping in the hospital in the morning and then in the afternoon we have been driving for an hour out of the town to a small village. It is a village that two American missionaries went to in the 19th century and most of the Dhalits

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Outreach to Buldhana, India

The time for outreach to Buldhana had arrived and on the 11th of November I set off from Dumfries and arrived in Mumbai around 19:30 the next day. I met up with the rest of the team in Mumbai and flew 40 minutes inland to Aurangabad, from here it was a three hour car journey

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All Age Service 9am 1st and 3rd Sundays

All-Age Services are usually held at 9.00am till 10-15am, every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, throughout the year. We begin with refreshments and music. So you can have breakfast here in the church if the start time might be a little early for you. Please join the musicians at the start bringing your

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Hawking, Dawkins and God

During our meeting on Thursday 7th May, as well as enjoying marzipan and blackcurrant muffins, we listened to a York Courses CD, ‘Hawking, Dawkins and God’ as a basis for our discussion. John Polkinghorne, an Anglican Priest, also Fellow of the Royal Society and a former Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge University discussed his

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About Home Groups

At any one time of the year (and always during the weeks of Lent) there are one or more informal Home Groups which meet weekly or fortnightly to share hospitality, to follow some reading material, or just to discuss some of the issues and questions that are of interest or concern to those who go.

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About The Youth Group

  When young people feel that they are getting too old for Children’s Church, they often still feel that the main services in our church are not for them. Frequently they have a lot of good ideas themselves about how worship and prayer should be done. For this important section of our church family, St

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