We are entering the season known as Creation- tide in September/October, which leads to our Harvest celebrations. The schools returned are looking at God the Creator in their RE programme, and we look forward to our Harvests, Animal Service and Saint Francis’ Day.

Creator God, the whole earth sings of your glory. From the grandeur of the mountains and the forests to the quieter beauty of field and garden, Your hand is seen and praise resounds. From the sure-footed sheep and cattle to the crops in the field, Your hand is seen and praise resounds. From our care of creation to our care of one another; Your hand is seen and praise resounds. Creator God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit all the world belongs to you, receive our praise. (Hymn sung at Westcott House)

This year the focus on creation and our planet is intensified by Climate Sunday. Churches in Britain and Ireland are being encouraged to register for a special service, and to audit themselves environmentally, and become active in ecological partnership in advance of the COP26 Conference in Glasgow in November.   
See for an introductory video.
This Sunday 5th September there is an Online Service from Glasgow Cathedral at 4 pm (live from 3.30 pm) which we are all invited to take part in. See or  you can find the video at Glasgow Cathedral Facebook Page
I am encouraging all our parishioners to be part of this international service as part of our own worship and witness. 
To that end there is no Compline on Sunday night. This will now be on the 19th at 5 pm.

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