17 May 2015

  1. Sunday 24th May – 11am Morning Worship, Junior Church & Crèche.
  2. Today's Service – We give a warm welcome to Mr. Raymond Jenkins, who is our guest preacher for this morning's service.
  3. Christian Aid – The envelope collection for Christian Aid Week raised more than £1,100, with an additional £726 to be Gift Aided.
  4. Midweek Service – Our midweek service takes place on Wednesday 20th May at 9.45 am.
  5. Coffee Break – This follows our Midweek Service from 10:00am to 11:30am. On duty this week are Alison Blake, Sylvia Pacitti, Mairi Fisher, and Nathan Todd.
  6. Bible Study – Using Psalm 8, the Bible STudy Group will discuss 'Praying our Creation' on  Monday 11th May. Everyone is very welcome. Contact Murray Henderson on 0141 423 8421 for full details. Thanks.
  7. Pastoral Care – Rev. Elizabeth Spence of Ibrox Church will cover all pastoral matters between 11th - 18th May while David Black is on holiday.  Contact her on 883 7744 or speak to Session Clerk Mary Morrison on 632 1659. Thank you.

Other Notices

  • Church Membership – An open evening for everyone thinking about formal church membership will be held on Wednesday 20th May at 7.45pm. Speak to the minister or just come along on the night
  • Bookworms – The book for May is The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett. The book will be discussed at our next meeting on Thursday 28th May at 2.00pm and if anyone who is not already a Bookworm feels they might like to read it, please speak to Sylvia Pacitti. All welcome at the Booksworms' monthly meetings. Copies of the books will be made available and tea, coffee and biscuits served.
  • The Way  – The next meeting of then youth group takes place this evening, Sunday 17th May, from 6.00-8.00pm at Sherbrooke St Gilbert's Church, Nithsdale Road. All welcome.
  • Scotland's Churches Trust – The Scotland's Churches Trust Annual Organ Recital being held this year in the west, at Paisley Abbey on Wednesday 10th June at 7.30. It will be given by George McPhee, after which people can have a drink and find out more about the grants available to preserve the architectural and ecclesiastical heritage of Scotland.

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