Sunday’s serivce is the final Sunday before the beginning of COP26, a vital conference on Climate Change taking place in Glasgow from 12th November. As such, it’s wholly appropriate that, this week, we have the Revd. David Coleman – chaplain to Eco-Congregation Scotland – leading our service. David will, of course, be picking up on environmental themes during the service, as well as the hymns, which include How Great Thou Art, Kathy Eddy’s God has made laughter for me and a moving, question-asking hymn David wrote called What will change you rlife’s direction?
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with every blessing,
Dan Morrell Editor, Daily Devotion Sunday Services from the URC
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