Hello everyone, This Thursday at 7pm we are inviting people to meet and spend some time in prayer together. In these uncertain days spending time together praying is a really good thing to do. If you have someone or something on your mind then coma along and together we will pray. If you are the […]
We can’t physically go to church. We can’t sing hymns and songs together. We can’t gather physically together either. So much right now is about what we cannot do. So what can we do? What can anyone do from their own home or on their daily walk or as part of everyday life? The Apostle […]
Almost everyone is new to video-meetings and some may be a bit unsure about how they work and what to do. We’ve put together a few hints and tips to make them an enjoyable experience, whether meeting for Church, or meeting up with friends for a catch up. LAPTOP OR SMARTPHONE? Overall, it’s a far […]
While we’re not able to gather together for meetings, that’s no reason to stop meetings. Fortunately there is simple technology which allows people with even just basic computer equipment, to take part in meetings.
We’ve put together some useful hints and tips for keeping in touch during lockdown.
Throughout January we are going to study the book of Ruth. She was a remarkable young woman whose daring, courageous action to support her mother in law has inspired men and women throughout the ages. Who was she, what did she do, what can we learn from her and the other characters in her story. […]
On Sunday 10th January Revd Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the Church of Scotland will be joining our Zoom service and leading us in our worship. Martin usually serves as Minister of Arbroath St Andrews and we are grateful to him for joining with us today.
On behalf of everyone at Granton Parish Church we wish you every blessing this Christmas. During these difficult times when there is so much uncertainty around us it is good to have the certainty of God’s love. For us as Christians this time of year is a reminder that God cared enough for this world […]