Read and Reflect

As creatures, we were made to acknowledge God’s presence in praise and thanksgiving, and to live in glad obedience to his will. As sinners, we seek to hide ourselves from God, to find a space beyond his reach where we can live undisturbed. God, who remains faithful to his creation even when his creatures prove faithless, will not leave us alone. He seeks us out and finds us; he calls us to account; he reveals himself to us not only as our creator and Lord but as the judge of all (Heb. 12.23). He issues his verdict: He, the Lord, is righteous and holy; we, his creatures, are not. In all its severity, God’s judgement is an act of mercy: He speaks to us; he is present to us. God is with us in our sinfulness! In the face of this mercy, the sinner can only become the penitent and supplicant. We can only acknowledge our sin and say: All the judgments of the Lord are right. We are sinners. We have forfeited our lives. We have squandered our birthright. And yet: You are merciful, Lord; have mercy on us. Do not cast us away, but allow us to remain in your presence—and live. 

 

[Psalm 51:11]

What's on at Fetteresso

Under 3s

Friday 10:00am,
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Sunday Morning Service

Sunday 10:45am,
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Sunday Evening Service

Sunday 6:00pm,
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Under 3s

Monday 10:00am,
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Bumps and Babies

Tuesday 10:00am,
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Paint & Pray

Tuesday 10:00am,
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Worship

SUNDAY

Our regular Sunday morning worship begins at 10:45am, and all are welcome.

We also have an evening service most Sundays, starting at 6:00pm.

Our Worship

Musings

Sermon Replay

AM - Expectation-Surprise!: What should we do?

Led by: Rev Fyfe Blair
Reading from: Luke 3:7-18, Zephaniah 3:14-20

Missed a service? You'll find the past few weeks' worth of recordings in the audio sermons archives.

18 Dec 10:45am

Nativity

24 Dec 6:30pm

Christmas Eve

24 Dec 11:15pm

Watchnight Service