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DATES FOR YOUR DAIRY:
5th August at 11:00am: Mrs Julie-Anne Greenlee
12th August at 11:00am: Rev Hastings McIntyre
19th August at 11:00am: Mrs Mary Rose Gibson
A new venture on Mondays: STEPIN 2
STEPIN 2: Our weekly Coffee Morning (10:00am - 12 noon from 24th September) STEPIN 2: Our monthly Community Lunch 1st Monday each month (12 noon - 2:00pm from 1st October) Are you good at baking? Or are you good at making others feel welcome? If so, we could use your help. Volunteers are needed to supply scones once a month and also help through serving and welcoming those who come. We will also need a few volunteers help welcome visitors at our monthly lunch which will be on the 1st Monday in the month.
There will be a meeting of all volunteers on Monday 17th September at 12:30pm - Speak to Joan McMullan or Bill Harkness if you can help in any way
Back to Church Weekend 7th - 9th September: Many of our organisations will be starting back in and around these dates, so our particular focus on this weekend is to open our doors and welcome those from our local community to join us in our activities and services
BBQ & FUN NIGHT: Friday 7th September at 6:30 pm. As part of our Back to Church Weekend we are holding an all-age BBQ event with bouncy castle and games for all ages!! Cost is £5 for adults and kids are free! There will be a sign up sheet in the coffee dock for catering purposes. Please spread the word and invite family and friends.
Decorate a Doughnut Sunday: Sunday 9th September 11:00 am. A family-friendly service with an opportunity for the children to decorate their own "Doughnut World" as we celebrate God's creation.
MESSY CHURCH - Welcome Back PARTY: Sunday 9th September 3:00 pm (More details to Follow)
PRAYER FOCUS: Please remember those who are bereaved , ill or experiencing difficulties at this time and those who are unable to worship with us each Sunday for various reasons
N.B. Rev Heron will be on Holidays in August - All enquiries should be sent to - David McCleery