2nd April 2017

  1. Today's Service - 11am Morning Worship followed by Annual Stated Meeting and Junior Church. 
  2. Next Week's Service - 9th April 11am Morning Worship for Palm Sunday and Junior Church. 
  3. Annual Stated Meeting - The Annual Stated Meeting of the Congregation takes place after this morning's service.  Copies of the Abstract of Accounts and Proposed Budget are also available today.
  4. Midweek Service - Our midweek service takes place on Wednesday 5th April between 9.45am and 10.00 am.
  5. Coffee Break - This follows our midweek service between 10.00am and 11.30am. On duty this Wednesday are Alison Blake, Angus Turner, George Thomson and Marjory Swan.
  6. Attention Bookworms - The next meeting of the Bookworms will be on Thursday 4th May, at 2pm.  The book under discussion is State of Emergency by Andy McNab. This is an open meeting and everyone interested will be made welcome.  Tea/coffee served.
  7. Bible Study - The Bible Study and Prayer Group's next topic for discussion is 'Our Struggle with Sin' (based on Romans Ch. 7 vs. 7-25).  The group will meet this Tuesday 4th April at 7.30pm and all are very welcome.  Contact Murray Henderson on (0141) 423 8421 for full details. 
  8. The Guild -  The Guild meets tomorrow, Monday 3rd April at 2.30pm  for its AGM.  All Welcome.
  9. Lent Reflections - The next lent study will take place on Thursday 6th April at 7.30pm looking at people who shared Jesus' Lent journey.  All welcome.
  10. Lent Quiet Time - Please note there is also a morning of poetry, music and quiet reflection at St Ninian's Church this Wednesday, 5th April, between 10am and 12 Noon.  You will be made very welcome.
  11. Special Meeting - John and Mary Miller are hosting an evening at the Church this Tuesday, 4th April at 7pm to tell of the current work, successes and challenges of Murambinda Mission Hospital in Zimbabwe, where Mary worked for five years until 2012.  The Matron and Donor Funds Secretary will be here on a rare visit to the UK and they will speak about the hospital.  All are most welcome to come along on Tuesday for what should be an interesting and informative evening.
  12. Lodging House Mission - For the cost of a chocolate Easter Egg you could help feed a hungry homeless person this Easter.  Any donations for the Easter Appeal would be greatfully received.  Speak to Elva Carlisle for full details.


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