Easter may not look the same this year as it has in years gone by at your local church, but people across the length and breadth of the Kirk are working hard to ensure that we’re all still able to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ as we approach Easter Sunday.
BBC One Scotland’s ‘Reflections at the Quay’ will offer a half-hour televised ecumenical service featuring Rt Rev Colin Sinclair and Archbishop Leo Cushley at 12pm. You can catch up with the last episode on BBC iPlayer.
- The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, and his wife Ruth will be delivering a daily reflection live on the Moderator’s Facebook page at 10am each day, Monday to Friday.
- You can also find some inspiration to start your day with our daily prayers, blessings and reflections on the Church of Scotland Facebook page and on Twitter. We’ll also be updating our #ThisIsChurch Twitter moment to collate all of the wonderful things we see our churches doing during the coming days and weeks.
- On Good Friday, Rt Rev Colin Sinclair will offer a pre-recorded captioned reflection which will be available on the Church of Scotland YouTube channel and on the Moderator’s Facebook page.
- On the morning of Easter Sunday, Rt Rev Colin Sinclair will deliver a video sermon and prayers, which will be available from 7:30am on the Church of Scotland Facebook page as well as on the Church of Scotland YouTube channel.
- On the evening of Easter Sunday, Christians are invited to join in prayer at 7pm. We will be providing a prayer in both English and Gaelic which will be available from Friday evening on the Church of Scotland website.
- You can also find our Easter Weekly Worship materials on our website, which includes prayers, sermon ideas and musical suggestions for those leading (virtual) worship this weekend.