Hope at Christmas is the theme of a bundle of resources to help us as a church celebrate the coming of Jesus among us as our Saviour. It has been another difficult and challenging year for society including our churches, so it is important to acknowledge the hope we have as Christians and to share this message of joy far and wide.
The campaign will include blogs, Tides Bible reflections delivered to your inbox, videos of hope to share on your social media channels and Let's Pray bulletins, which will run during the month of December.
It is our prayer that these will prove to be a genuine encouragement to all across the Presbyterian family and beyond this Christmas time.
The Moderator sends a Christmas card each year - but he needs some help. Dr David Bruce is inviting people of all ages to photograph what Hope at Christmas looks like for them. A panel will choose the winning image that will be used in the Moderator's Christmas Card.
The closing date for entries is 12noon on Monday 22nd November. For more details on the competition, click here.
Tides Bible reflections
Throughout the month of December, Hope at Christmas will be explored in more detail with Bible reflections written by the Moderator and others.
If you don't already receive the personal daily Bible reflections, Tides as an email to your inbox, sign up here.
Sign up now to recieve Let's Pray into your inbox every Thursday for the week ahead. Special Hope at Christmas prayers will feature on Sundays 28th November and 5th, 12 and 19th December written by the Moderator, Dr David Bruce.
Sign up here
Keep an eye on this page and our social media channels for more information on the campaign as it unfolds: