Church Services

 You are very welcome as you come to worship today. If you are a visitor we are delighted to have you with us and hope that you will be blessed as we worship God together. 

Details of the services in July & August are:

 

JULY

 

 

 

 

AUGUST

 

7th

 

 

11am Rev Mervyn Burnside

10.30am Tea /Coffee

 

 

4th

 

 

11am Rev Mervyn Burnside

10.30am Tea/Coffee

 

14th

 

 

11am Nic Shaw

 

11th

 

 

11am Rev Harry Uprichard

 

21st  

 

 

11am Rev Sidlow McFarland

 

18th

 

11am Rev Mervyn Burnside

 

28th

 

 

11am Nic Shaw

 

 

25th

 

11am Rev Mervyn Burnside

 

  • Mervyn will be on holiday from 8th July until 29th July as part of annual leave. During that time Rev David Maxwell will be providing pastoral cover and, in the first instance, information about anyone in hospital or requirement of a minister in the event of bereavement, should be passed to the Clerk of session, Andy McCann, or any of the elders.

 

  • As mentioned previously it is possible to request a CD of the service for those who are housebound, or a copy of sermon notes. For the former please contact the office, for the latter please let Mervyn know.
  • Playroom resumes again on Wednesday, 11th September

(10-11.30am) following our summer break.

 

  • EWG: hope to run the Christmas Craft Fair again this year on 16th This will be held on Saturday 16th November 2019. More details to follow!

 

  • The PW Group will start back on Monday, 16th We have planned a trip that evening to Sinclair Seamen’s Presbyterian Church. The coach will leave from our Church Hall car park at 6.30pm. We have arranged to return to the Church Hall at approx. 8.15pm. Supper has been arranged with Jennifer Tweed and it will be available in the Main Hall. Will all the ladies who wish to attend please sign your name on the sheet in the Church porch or speak to Liz or Phyllis Grier. We look forward to the new session of PW and hope to see you all back again. We also put a welcome out to all those ladies who do not attend at present. Please come along.

 

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