WELCOME! Visiting? Do sign our Book!
YOU ARE INVITED to stay on for tea and coffee after the service.
CHURCH FLOWERS have kindly been donated by Sheena Ferguson.
ACTION GROUP: Isobel Fraser Residential Home at 4pm. Speaker: Bill Mein Pianist: Pat Crippin, Soloist: Charles Gallacher.
If there is need please contact the Rev Morven Archer.
HIGHLAND FOODBANK: Donations for the Foodbank are as urgent as ever! Desperately needed
for April & May are tins of corned beef, tins of potatoes, tins of tomatoes, cartons of long life milk. Items can be left in the boxes at the doors.
THE WEEK AHEAD
The Church Office is open Tuesday to Friday, 9.30 – 12 noon. (231140) email@example.com
BIBLE STUDY: on Tuesday, 10.15 for 10.30 in the Lounge. All welcome!
THE GUILD is holding a sing-song at Cameron House on Wednesday 25 April at 2.30pm.
Also a service on Sunday 29 April at 3pm. All welcome!
ENERGIZE: for P4-7 on a Thursday, from 6.30 pm.
MOSTLY MEN at Corriegarth Hotel on Thursday at 9pm. Come for a blether.
FRIDAY PRAYERS at 12 noon – remembering people by name.
FRIDAY DROP-IN: 12.30 – 2.30 pm at the Church. New club for all in S1 plus!
FRIENDSHIP CLUB: Friday 27th - Final Celebration Outing at the Heathmount Hotel. 1.45 for 2pm.
NEXT SUNDAY, 29 April
Morning Worship at 9.30 and 11am
Breakfast at 10am
Refreshments after 11am service: Isabelle MacKenzie, Alison Caird, Lena Clarke
LAUNCHPAD (Crown Action with the Unemployed (SCIO) will be holding its AGM on Wednesday 2 May at 8pm in the lounge. All welcome. Papers for Board Members on email or in the pigeonholes.
ELDERS’ COUNCIL will meet in the Small Hall on Tuesday 8th May 2018 7.30pm.
KIRK SESSION will meet in the Lower Hall - Wednesday 9th May 2018 7.30pm and will welcome the Presbytery vacancy team.
SCIENCE FESTIVAL is 27th April until 13th May. HTC lectures are 9th May (God in the Lab) by Dr Ruth M. Bancewicz, Senior Research Associate, The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St Edmund's College, Cambridge) and 10th May, (Protons, people and planets, the explanatory power of science) by Dr Innes Visagie, Lecturer in Philosophy and Practical Theology, Highland Theological College UHI.)