The annual Christian Aid Interchurch Quiz Night will take place at St Patrick’s Church Hall, starting at 7.30 pm. Tea and coffee will be available and the bar will be open; in addition Christian Aid will be holding a raffle in aid of funds.
If anyone wants to join a team of people from St Augustine’s then please contact Tim Rhead.
The February edition of the magazine will hopefully be ready for collection within the next few days.
We have a Parish Retreat arranged in Millport 23-25 March. We are pleased to announce that the cost of this has now gone down to £50, and £100 for a couple. Full Board is included in the cost.
It was pointed out at Vestry that the News Section of this Site is not regularly updated. My fault, (Kenny), and I shall endeavour to do better over the coming weeks until I can get someone else to do it for me!
Meanwhile I have become a grandfather! Pictures and words on this and the signing of our Diocesan Mission Action Plan can be found on Kenny’s Blog, available from this page.
Yes, there’s been another murder at St Augustine’s. Come to this glitz and glam occasion and see if you can figure out “whodunit” while enjoying a great meal and good company.
Numbers will be limited to 60, to ensure space for the detective team.
Full details to be confirmed and will be published when available.
The Friends of St Augustine’s invite you to come along to their 2012 AGM at 7 pm. This will be incorporated into a Spanish evening with sangria, tapas and music St Auggie’s style.
Cost: donations towards the cost of food and drink only.
Come and join one of the legendary theatre evenings run by “Friends”. Get your tea in the church then go over to the Denny Civic Theatre to see the DPT’s production of the comedy “It Runs in the Family”.
Sign up now for your place at this great event.
Our long promised Ghost Walk will start at dusk and end with a supper in the hall.
Numbers are heavily restricted for this event, so we don’t scare the ghosts away, and currently the list is full.
Cost will be £5 (members of “Friends”), £6 (others).
Come on a coach trip with “Friends” to meet the famous new arrivals at Edinburgh Zoo. Have a trip to the zoo complete with guided tour round the new panda enclosure. A coach will leave the church around 10.15 am. A safari bus is provided at the zoo to take those with limited mobility up the hill to the panda enclosure.
This visit is limited to 50 places.
Cost is £24 for adults, £21 for concessions (students, over 60s), £18 for children and includes the cost of the coach, entry to the zoo and brunch before leaving the hall.
Come and enjoy the finest of Scottish food, Glesga style – rolls and sausage, chips, tattie scones, brown sauce, clootie dumpling, millionaire’s shortbread and tablet, washed down with tea, coffee and Irn Bru. Service to be provided by the finest West of Scotland style waitresses money can buy. Then sit back and relax with some music from Ricky and Ghislaine, Scottish poetry and other ceilidh entertainment. Engage your brain with the LOAST Competition.
Starts at 5 pm in the community hall. Cost £6 (members of Friends), £7 (others).
If interested please put your name down on the list in the hall or phone the church office by Thur 19th Jan