22 November 2015

  1. Today's Service – Morning Worship, Junior Church & Crèche. We give a warm welcome to Rev. Colin Johnston, who is leading our worship this morning at Pollokshields while Rev. David Black is on holiday.
  2. Next Week's Service – Sunday 22nd November, 11 am.
  3. Midweek Service – Our midweek service takes place as usual on Wednesday 25th November between 9.45am and 10.00pm.
  4. Coffee Break – This follows our midweek service between 10.00am and 11.30pm. on duty this week are Janette Sneddon, David Hart, Evelyn McFarlane and Helen Templeton.
  5. Pastoral Care – From  9th  to  23rd November please contact Rev Val Duff on 0141 258 6782 re all pastoral matters or speak to the Session Clerk, Mary Morrison, on 0141 632 1659.
  6. WFO Envelopes  – The WFO envelope batches are still available to be picked up by their respective Elders. Anyone wishing to start using envelopes should contact Murray Henderson..
  7. The Guild – The Guild meets tomorrow, Monday 23rd November at 2.30pm. The speaker is Karen Gillon, who will give a talk on Mary Slessor. All welcome,
  8. Bookworms – November's book is Flesh Wounds by Chris Brookmyre. We have already read his Sunday Times bestseller Where The Bodies Are Buried at a a previous meeting. This acclaimed Scottish author's ne work will be discussed at our next meeting on Thursday 26th November at 2.00pm. All welcome. Tea and coffee served.
  9. Life & Work The December issue of Life & Work is available for uplift this morning.
  10. Selection Boxes Church of Scotland Crossreach have again asked for our help in providing Christmas Gifts for the Daisy Chain project in Inglefield Street. These should take the form of selection boxes suitable for ages up to seven years old. To facilitate distribution, we are requested to have these handed in to the church no later than Sunday 29th November. Thank you!
  11. Messy Church Share the meal, play the games at our Messy Christmas on Friday 4th December from 4.55pm to 6.30pm. Why not join the fun? Please remember that children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  12. Bible Study The Bible Study & Prayer Group is starting a new set of discussions on the 'Coming of the Saviour'. Our first study, 'To us a child is born' (based on Isaiah Ch. 4 vs. 1-7), is this Tuesday 24th December at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome. Two new faces joined us recently, so please do come along and add further to the fellowship. Contact Murray Henderson for further details.


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