23rd JANUARY 2020

  1. TODAY'S SERVICE – Sunday 23rd February 11.00am Service for Thinking Day followed by tea and coffee.
  2. NEXT WEEK'S SERVICE – Sunday 1st March 11.00am Service for 1st Sunday in Lent followed by tea and coffee.
  3. SUNDAY MUSIC CONCERTS - Today sees the last of our free concerts in the Church from 1.00pm to 2.00pm. Oran Halligan (piano) will be performing, with music from 
    Beethoven, Carl Vine, Ginastera and Liszt. All welcome. There will be more concerts in May. 
  4. MIDWEEK SERVICE – Our Midweek Service takes place on Wednesday 26th February from 9.45am to 10.00am.  
  5. COFFEE BREAK – Coffee Break follows from 10.00am to 11.30am. On duty this week are Sadie Swan, Sylvia Pacitti and Gwen Brougham.
    Lent Art Discussion Group - join us for a trip to various Glasgow galleries and museums in Discovering how art helps us reflect on tfie message of Lent. We will meet each Tuesday at 14:00 during Lent at the entrance of various Galleries / museums as indicated below:
    Date Gallery/ Museum Address
    03/03 The Lighthouse 11 Mitchell Lane, G1 3NU
    10/03 Kelvingrove Argyle Street, G3 8AG
    17/03 St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life 2 Castle Street, G4 0RH
    24/03 Kelvingrove Argyle Street, G3 8AG
    07/04 St George's Tron Church 163 Buchanan Street, G1 2JX
    Hear: I am Lent 2020 - A series of reflections listening to God throughout Lent: The Way of the Cross: Reflections on Stations of the Cross Thursdays from 5th March 7.30-9pm in the Session Room { enter by glass door at hall)  The final meeting will be part of our Maundy Thursday Communion at 7pm in church .
  7. KIRK SESSION – The Kirk Session meets on Sunday Sth March at 10.30am and on Sunday 29th March from 12.30pm to 2.00pm. 
  8. LIFE & WORK – The March issue of Life & Work is available for uplift this morning. 
  9. BOOKWORMS – The next meeting of Bookworms is this Thursday 27th February, at 2pm. Our book for this month is My Name Is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout. It was long listed for the Man Booker Prize in 2016 and described as 'tender, elegiac, the story of a single life that manages to tell the story of many' by The Independent. Tea and coffee will be served. All welcome.
  10. ANNUAL STATED MEETING – The Annual Stated Meeting of the Congregation will be on Sunday 26th April at 12.15pm after Worship.
  11. ART SALE – Please note that Clarkston & District Christian Aid Committee holds its annual Art Exhibition and Sale on Saturday 14th March from 10.00am to 4.00pm at Carmichael Hall in Eastwood Park. Entrance is £3 (£1 for children). Craft sales/home baking. 
  12. PASTORAL CARE  –  Rev. David Black and Rev. Eddie Enslin are usually at Church on Wednesday morning for the Midweek Service. Please contact Rev. Black on 423 4000 for all pastoral matters. 

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