Women’s Hour is on Monday evenings at 7 pm in the small hall. On Monday 5th December we are having our Candlelit Tea and on the 12th we will be having our Christmas Party, which will be our last meeting before the New Year.
Tell your friends and neighbours. Why not bring them along! All welcome.
We meet at 11 am on Sunday 4th December for our morning service. Junior Church, Youth Church and Creche also meets at this time in the small hall.
Then after the service we have a cup of tea and a chat.
We meet at 10.30 am on Sunday 4th December for our Sunday Morning Prayer time, when Church in the Community Committee will lead our prayers.
The December – February edition of our magazine, will be ready for distribution on Sunday 4th December.
On Wednesday 7 December at 7pm, we are hosting our next pie, pint and parable evening, in the First Edition, Bank Street, Kilmarnock. First Edition have now changed their menu but you can still get a meal 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!
Fancy an old-fashioned Christmas Party? The Our Church Session Committee are inviting the congregation both young and old to join them on Saturday 10th December from 7 – 9 pm for a traditional old-fashioned Christmas party. Party food will be served at the interval. Sign up sheet in the foyer.
Our monthly afternoon service takes place on Tuesday 6th December at 2pm, with tea and cakes after. All are welcome. The Rev Kim Watt will be leading the service.
Kim invites all to an Advent Celebration on Monday 5th December between 2-4pm and 6.30-8pm for families. The bus stop is 5 mins walk for afternoon folk. Kim’s address is Reddans Park Gate, The Crescent, Stewarton, KA3 5AY. Mob no 07881 680982.
Words of Christmas. 24 inspiring Advent videos
Each day of Advent, from 1st December, the calendar reveals a new video from the Church of Scotland Ministry team, reflecting on a word that symbolises the meaning of Christmas.
A big thank you to everyone for supporting our Romanian, Project through the bookstall, Community Cafe and Praise Night. We have recently sent £600 to Pastor Sandor who is using the money to provide food parcels for the elderly in Amati and Hirip. As is the tradition in the Reformed Church of Hungary, the young people of the churches will deliver the parcels while out carol singing in December.