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Jesus called men and women to be his disciples. The word ‘disciple’ comes from the Latin, discipulus, meaning “one who learns”. Jesus’ disciples learnt by following the example of his life from his words and actions. But his disciples are more than Continue reading “DISCIPLESHIP AND HOSPITALITY”
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Once again Gordon Chapel will receive wonderful musicians from around the world thanks to The Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF). They will give a concert in the Chapel on Saturday 29 July at 7.30pm.
The concert features two international soloists; Tatiana Serova (Russia) on the Dorma string instrument accompanied by accordionist Alex Kazakov and Flautist Tim Kadlec (Czech Republic) who returns to the AIYF after a successful visit as part of the Moravian Wind Quartet in 2016.
Tickets @ £8.50 will be available at the door.
Paul tells of two people who worked in the church but fell out. Perhaps as often happens it started as a small argument but eventually grew until it began to affect the whole congregation. Paul doesn’t give much detail but he says ” I plead with Euodia and I plead with Syntyche to agree with each other (Philippians 4.2).
This happened about 2000 years ago and it still happens – we have rifts in our church don’t we. This short plea speaks to us today Continue reading “EUODIA AND SYNTYCHE – WAS IT THE TONGUE?”