On Wednesday 5 October at 7pm, we are hosting our next pie, pint and parable evening, in the First Edition, Bank Street, Kilmarnock. First Edition has a pie and pint evening on a Wednesday, which offers a selection of pies and drinks for £5.99. The evening will be informal and while sharing food and a drink we will consider one of Jesus’ parables with some points for discussion. It is open to all, but it would be great if you were attending if you could bring along someone who has lost contact with the church or has no contact with church at all! For further information please speak to the minister.
We meet at 10.30 am on Sunday 2nd October for our Sunday Morning Prayer time, when Our Church Committee will lead our prayers.
The Session meet informally after the morning service on Sunday 2nd October to discuss the way forward. Elders are reminded to bring a packed lunch.
We celebrate the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper at 11 am during our morning service on Sunday 2nd October and again at the First Tuesday Service at 2 pm on Tuesday 4th October. There is a Preparatory Service at 6.30 pm on Saturday 1st October.
All who love the Lord Jesus are welcome to share in the sacrament.
Women’s Hour is on Monday evenings at 7 pm in the small hall. On Monday 3rd October we have an Open Night with Take a Bow.
Tell your friends and neighbours. Why not bring them along! All welcome.
For anyone interested in going to Uganda next year with Jim McHardy there is a meeting in the vestry on Wednesday 28th September at 7.30 pm.
There will be a MacMillan Coffee Morning in the church on Friday 30th September from 11 am – 12.30 pm in the small hall. Why hot come along and support this worthy cause?
We are again supporting the Blythswood Shoe Box Appeal. By filling a shoe box with simple gifts we can bring some joy and laughter to someone who has nothing this Christmas. Information leaflets will be available on Sunday 25th September.
Shoe boxes should be brought to church on 30th October..
Junior Church is on every Sunday at 11 am (at the same time as the service) – apart from holidays. All children aged 3 to 12 years are very welcome. We have stories, games, baking, singing, drama, activities and crafts. Older siblings can join Youth Church. Please come and join us!
On Sunday mornings we will have books in the large hall. All we ask is if you take a book you leave a donation. All money raised will go to our project in Romania, in helping the elderly. We hope to refresh the books every now and then, so please bring some books/CDs/DVDs any Sunday. We will start up again on 21 August.