11 September 2016

  1. Today's Service – Morning Worship, Sacrament of Holy Communion & Junior Church.
  2. Next Week's Service – Sunday 18th September, 11 am. Morning Worship & Junior Church. Harvest 
    Thanksgiving (Appeal for Malawi crisis)
  3. Midweek Service – Our midweek service takes place on Wednesday 14th September, between 9.45am and 10.00 am.
  4. Coffee Break – This follows our midweek service between 10.00am and 11.30am. On duty this Wednesday are Janette Sneddon, David Hart, Evelyn McFarlane and Helen Templeton. 
  5. Pastoral Care – Rev. David Black is usually at the Church on Wednesday morning for the Midweek Service. Otherwise, please contact him on 0141 423 4000 for all pastoral matters. Thanks.
  6. Life & Work – The September issue of Life & Work is still available for uplift this morning. 
  7. Going Deeper – Thursday night's new series entitled 'Going Deeper' looks at prayer this month and the next meeting is this Thursday, 15th September, at 7.30pm. 
  8. Bible Study – The Bible Study & Prayer Group's next topic for discussion is 'The Spirit Equips' (based on I Corinthians 12). The group meets this Tuesday, 13th September, at 7.30pm and everyone is VERY welcome. Contact Murray Henderson on (0141) 423 8421 for further details. 
  9. The Guild - The Guild meets tomorrow, Monday 12th September, at 2.30pm. The speaker is Aquila Singh, who will talk on her journey of faith towards Ministry. All welcome. 
  10. Harvest Thanksgiving  This year's service takes place next Sunday 18th September, and the monetary appeal will be for the food crisis in Malawi, via Christian Aid. Gifts of foodstuffs for Lodging House Mission will also be gratefully received.  The LHM has provided us with a list of preferred groceries and copies of the list are displayed in the hall and vestibule. 
  11. Attention Bookworms – September's book is Salmon Fishing on the Yemen by Paul Torbay, a 'wonderful novel' which has been read on Radio 4. It is Torbay's first novel and won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for comic fiction as well as being made into a film starring Ewan MacGregor. It will be discussed at our next meeting on Thursday, 29th September, at 2.00pm. Tea and coffee will be served. All welcome. 
  12. Sunday Flowers The new rota of flower donors is displayed in the vestibule. Please check that you have been allocated the correct date or add your name if you wish to donate on a particular Sunday. Thanks. 

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