Our mission is to be a Christian community sharing the love of Christ, reaching out to the people in this area and encouraging them to worship God and grow in the knowledge of the care and love of Christ.
The St James’ Good News Club meets every Sunday at 11am.
The children go into the Church for the first part of the morning service, to enjoy the Children’s Talk from Mr Crawford, the Children’s songs and the Time of Praise in the service.
We then go out to the Fellowship for our own activities, which usually include a prayer, a song or two and some games and crafts.
Recent themes have included David and Goliath, and the Parable of the Sower.
In the lead up to Christmas 2014, we are making Chrismons.
These are Christmas decorations featuring Christian symbols, such as the Triumphant Cross and the Fish.
They help us to remember that Christmas is the celebration of Jesus’s birthday.
In early 2014, after much thought and prayer, two of our members, Rosemary Anderson and Elfriede Buchan, got together and came up with the idea of starting a Drop-in afternoon at St James’ Church Fellowship Hall.
This takes place every Wednesday from 2pm to 3.30pm.
Come along and join in the lively chat.
Enjoy a lovely cup of tea or coffee along with the wonderful home bakes. (Often, there is tablet, which is a great treat!).
The suggested donation is £1.00 (yes, one pound) and, through the collections so far, we have been able to replace the kitchen fridge.
A committed team of helpers run the Drop-in every week.
Coming along to the Drop-in is a great way to catch up with friends and meet new ones.
Why not pop along to the Drop-in some Wednesday afternoon?
Whether you come on your own or with friends, you will be very welcome.
Father, I thank you that I am valuable to you.
I thank you that you hear my prayers.
I thank you that you know my needs.
Help me live in my true identity today.
Help me to be worry free.
By your Spirit, may I experience your peace afresh.
Rev. Graham Crawford, St. James’ Manse, Prospect Terrace, Lossiemouth.
Tel: 07817 504042
Mrs Jean Symon
Clerk to the Congregational Board
Mrs Susan McSheffrey
Mr Neil Smith