There are opportunties to worship this week and you’re welcome to them all.
There is a special Christmas Eve service for younger ones and families at 6.30 pm, when we’ll share the excitement of waiting. Then at 11.30 pm we have our traditional Christmas Watchnight service with familiar carols but a messge that’s entirely relevant to today’s world.
We gather to worship on Christmas morning at 10.30 and welcome friends, family and regulars with us for a special time together.
The Big Band are playing on the 21st December for the morning service at 10.30 am, with a rehearsal at 9.45 am. New Players are very welcome.
Just a reminder – Junior Church Christmas Party this Saturday 20th December at 3.20 pm in the church halls. Contact Audrey for more information.
Junior Church Nativity performance during the morning the morning service this Sunday 21st December. Please come along and support the children as they have worked very hard since August!
No strangers here, only friends who haven’t met!’
We meet in the Lounge on a Tuesday afternoon from 1 – 3 pm for a time of friendship and fun. All those who are aging or aged are most welcome to come along for a cuppa and a blether.
We next meet on 16th December when we have a Christmas theme.
The next meeting of the Board is on Tuesday 16th December at 7.15 pm in the Lounge. Any items for the Agenda to be in the hands of the Clerk or Chair by Friday 12th at latest.
Messy Church next meets on Tuesday 9th December from 1 – 2.30 pm. It is open to all preschool children and parents/carers. Hope to see you there.
The ladies meet at 7 pm in the Broomhill Hotel on Monday 8th December for their Christmas Meal. This is their last meeting until Monday 12th January.
Our autumn series of fortnightly Bible studies continues on Thursday 11th December at 8pm in the Lounge. We’ll meet a time of meditation and reflection in this Advent season, which will last approximately 45 minutes.
The next meeting of the Kirk Session Committees is on Tuesday 9th December at 7.30 pm.
We’ve been working hard over the past while to develop our website. It now looks better on mobile devices, has news more frequently on the front page and connects to the St Kentigern’s Facebook page. Why not have a look at www.stkentigern.org.uk?