This is a day of prayer and reflection on an Advent theme, running from 10.30 am – 3.30 pm. Maureen Brough, (Spiritual Companion and member of the Epiphany Group), will lead reflections on “Everyday Annunciations” at Holy Trinity and St Barnabas church, Paisley. Participants are asked to bring their own lunch, but tea and coffee will be provided.
If you are interested in going, please contact Jennifer FitzGibbon (secretary), Development Team for Prayer and Spirituality, by e-mail email@example.com; phone 01294823992, or write to the Diocesan Centre (mark envelope ‘Advent Quiet Day’)
The Richmond groups that use the community hall on a regular basis are holding a coffee morning. Stalls including tombola and guess the weight of the decidely yummy looking Christmas cake.
Coffee and mince pies for the great price of £1. If you’re free, please come down and support our hall users.
At St Columba’s SEC, Largs. If you require a lift or can take others in your car please speak to Evelyn.
At St John’s SEC, Johnstone. This meeting will take the form of a New Year party and will be held at lunch time so nobody has to travel on dark wintry nights. Lifts can be arranged, speak to Evelyn if you want to go.
If you’re coming please bring along some food to add to the party lunch.
April’s meeting will take the form of a service of anointing and renewal, led by Kenny.
The March meeting will be a Diocesan Ultreya in the church, when we will be hosting members of all the other groups in Glasgow and Galloway. Ghislaine will be giving the Action talk. Please come along and support her and provide a good turn out to welcome people travelling a distance to join us.
Local meeting in the small meeting room, discussing section 4 of the study book we’ve been looking at. Please note each section of the book is stand-alone, you don’t need to have been at previous sessions to come along.
Local meeting in the small meeting room, discussing section 3 of the study book we’ve been looking at. Please note each section of the book is stand-alone, you don’t need to have been at previous sessions to come along.
There will be a service of healing featuring Taize music on the 2nd Sunday in Advent. Come and feel the special atmosphere that each of these services generates.
If you enjoy sewing, knitting, crochet, jewellery making – or any other craft that you can reasonably transport – then the Craft and Chat group could be for you. Come down and join others by doing some of your craft work at the community hall, and enjoy a coffee and a natter at the same time.
There will be a small charge (around £2-3) per session to cover the rental of the hall.
All welcome, so why not come along?