We hold times for fun, worship and friendship for preschool children and parents or carers on Tuesdays at 1:00pm. We next meet on Tuesday 26 May from 1 – 2.30 pm.
This is a chance for children to learn through play and crafts, work together as they are able and enjoy songs and stories connected with faith. Parents and carers have a chance to play with their children and talk to each other over tea and cakes and worship with their children. It is open to all preschool children and parents/carers. Hope to see you there.
We meet at 10.30 am for our Sunday Morning Prayer time. On Sunday 24th May Other Churches Session Committee will be leading the prayers.
Sorry it’s a bit late but the link below let’s you view the webcast from the General Assmbly.
General Assembly webcast
Many thanks to everyone who helped with the Praise Night, including Marion Craig and her team, Sandy Brown and the singers, all the Bible readers and all the congregation who raised £100 on the night for Christian Aid.
The first stage of the Church of Scotland’s Decade for Ministry is about to begin, encouraging candidates to come forward to serve in parish ministry. The campaign, using the slogan Tomorrow’s Calling, reflects God’s call to serve through the church and demands a response from those individuals who may hear that call.
The highlight of the launch at Heart and Soul this Sunday coming is a short film which champions the important work of parish ministers across the country. In selecting a handful of ministers and promoting the impact they are having in their local areas, the Church wants to show the significant role each and every one of our ministers has through their congregations and communities. We want to help more people answer God’s call and also boost the profile of parish ministry. A very brief clip of the video has been shown on BBC and STV news this morning.
Why not watch the film, engage with the website, and share material on Facebook and Twitter? You will be able to find out all the information you need at www.tomorrowscalling.org.uk . On Twitter we are using the hashtag #tomorrowscalling.
If you’d like any more information in the first place about responding to a call to serve in ministry, have a word with the Minister, Grant Barclay.
We are having a Coffee Morning on Saturday 23rd May between 10 am and 12 noon in the Community Centre . There will be stalls from church organisations and a baking stall, etc.
We are asking for donations of baking, bric-a-brac, books, toys, ornaments, knitted goods, etc. so if you can help out please contact any of the Church in the Community Committee – Janey Burnett, Sadie Speirs, Sharon Hamilton, Ann Brown or Gavin Raleigh.
We have been having problems with the office, tellusall and outreach email addresses. Please use firstname.lastname@example.org and add to the message bar either office – for admin, etc, tellusall for intimations, etc and outreach for articles for the magazine.
The next meeting of the Kirk Session will be at 7.15 pm on Tuesday 12th May 2015 in the small hall. Elders are asked to read the Learn:Eldership article on Listening and Acting on pages 50-51, have a think about responses to the questions and bring the book with them to the meeting.
The Kirk Session will meet at 10.45 on Sunday 24th May in the Lounge right after the prayer meeting, which all elders are encouraged to attend.
If you have any material for the June – August edition of Outreach, the church newsletter, please email it to email@example.com or put it in the pocket in the foyer no later than Sunday 31st May.