10 November 2019

  1. TODAY'S SERVICE - Sunday 10th November 10.50 am Service for Remembrance Sunday and Junior Church.
  2. NEXT WEEK'S SERVICE - Sunday 17November 10.50 am Service Morning Service and Junior Church.
  3. SCOTTISH ASIAN CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP - Scottish Asian Christian Fellowship meets in the church at 3.30 pm .
  4. THE GUILD - The Guild meets tomorrow, Monday 11th November, at 2.30pm. The speaker is The speaker is David Hart. 
    All welcome. 
  5. MIDWEEK SERVICE  - Our Midweek Service takes place on Wednesday 13th November from 9.45am to I 0.00am. 
  6. COFFEE BREAK - Coffee Break is 10.00am to 11.30am. On duty this week are Angus Turn er, George Thomson and Marjory Swan. . 
  7. WFO ENVELOPES - The WFO envelope batches are available to be picked up by their respective Elders. If anyone wishes to start using the envelopes, contact Murray Henderson either at Church or on (0141) 423 8421. 
  8. DUTY ROTAS - New Tea/Coffee duty rotas for November to May are available in the coffee area and on the Hall wall. If you have already arranged swaps for November or December, PLEASE check that these are correctly marked up on the new sheet. Thanks.  
  9. ATTENTION BOOKWORMS - Our next meeting is on Thursday 28th November at 2pm. The book is Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout, which has won the Pulitzer Prize. The Evening Standard selected it as Book of the Year. Tea and biscuits will be served. 
    All are welcome. 
  10. DECEMBER COMMUNION - Communion Cards are available for uplift by Elders this morrung.
  11. DAISY CHAIN APPEAL - Daisy Chain would again value your gifts of selection boxes for their children's parties at Christmas this year. Children are aged 1-8. In order that they can plan ahead, staff would appreciate if boxes can be delivered by the last Sunday (24th) in November. They can be brought to the Church right up until that date. Many thanks. 
  12. PASTORAL CARE  - Rev. David Black is usually at Church on a Wednesday morning for the Midweek Service. Call him on 423 4000 for all pastoral matters. 

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