Diary

Services and Events During  Advent and Christmas

Sun 27th Nov                   6.30pm    Advent Carol Service 
followed by Sherry and Shortbread in the Parish Rooms

Sun 18th Dec                   6.30pm    Nine Lessons and Carols
 followed by Mulled Wine and Minced Pies in the Parish Rooms

Fri 23rd Dec                     8 pm       Pop up Choir
   followed by refreshments in the Parish Rooms

Sat 24th Dec                   4.30pm    Christingle Service
11.00 pm Midnight Mass

Sun 25th Dec           8.30 am   Christmas Day Service (said)
                                 10.30 am Christmas Day Service (sung)

Advent study groups will meet Thursday mornings at 10.30 am on Dec 1, 8, 15 & 22 at 10.30 am and evenings at 7.00 pm on Dec 1, 8, 14 & 22

Week   1. Hope: A discussion on the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King.
2 Yule: An exploration of the pagan origins of Christmas.
3. Who were the 3 Wise men?
4 The origins of the Universe discussed in a religious context.

We look forward to welcoming you at these services and events.

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Young Church takes place during the 10.30 service on every 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month, please meet in church.  The first Sunday of the month is an All Age Service in church. For more  information see the page Spiritual Life and Education – Children’s Programme

CHARITY COLLECTIONS 2016-1017
The charities chosen by the congregation for 2016-2017 are Reach Out with Arts in Mind and The Uphill Trust.

Reach Out is a self managed group based in Alloa providing opportunites for a wide variety of arts and crafts to adults experinecing mental ill health, carers and others experiiencing barriers to mainstream services.

The Uphill Trust is based in Dollar and supports the development of a primary school from over 200 children in rural western Uganda

 

ADULT SUNDAY MORNING CLASS
An informal discussion group meets each Sunday in the Parish Rooms at 9.15am. Join us for coffee and a discussion of the day’s readings. All are welcome.

FOOD BANK
There is a box at the back of the church for donations of food (non-perishable items only) to help stock the food bank in Sauchie which is helping to meet the basic needs of those in want during these difficult economic times. Contact person: Sybil Brinham

 

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