After Morning Worship Fellowship : After Morning Worship today Tea , Coffee, Juice and biscuits will be served in the Church. Please stay behind for as long or short a time as you can manage and enjoy a time of fellowship with other members of the congregation and with visitors to our church.
Crèche: There is a crèche in the Church Hall behind the Church if anyone wishes to leave their children there during the morning service.
Sunday School & Youth Fellowship are closed for the October holiday period. Classes will meet again on Sunday 01 November after school resumes.
The Ladies’ Bible Study Group : The next meeting of the group will be held in the Church Hall from 10.30am to 12.00 noon on Tuesday 27 October.
The Prayer Fellowship meet in the Church Hall at 7.00 pm each Tuesday evening All are welcome to attend.
Church Magazine : To allow our new team time to assemble their first edition of the magazine, all items for inclusion must be submitted by next Sunday at the latest. These may be placed in the Magazine Folder in the Front Vestibule. Articles may also be emailed to Trevor Dee at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jon Farr at email@example.com
Harvest Thanksgiving : In addition to the wonderful collection of groceries the tremendous total of £783.10 donations were made given last week and a cheque for that amount will now be sent to Helping Hands.
A Food Bank is not just for Harvest Thanksgiving : Please remember that the needs of the less fortunate exist all year round.
Coin Boxes : It would be appreciated if no more coin boxes were handed in until further notice.
New Communicant Members : Any Adherent who would wish to become a full communicant member of the church should speak to the Minister at the end of the service or contact him by telephone. We would dearly love to see more Adherents take up full communicant membership of the church and take Communion on Sunday 15 November.
Gaelic Service : A Gaelic service will be held in the Church of Scotland, Staffin at 6pm on Sunday 25th October.
Conversations in Worship : Over the last few months the Mission and Discipleship Council of the Church of Scotland has been reflecting on how it can most helpfully resource the Church in worship. From consultation with people representing a wide range of views, it has emerged that a positive first step would be to encourage congregations to make space to talk about worship. The focus of this will be conversations about how people have encountered God in worship.
A discussion on this topic, led by Dan Carmichael of Mission & Discipleship, will be held in Kilmuir church hall at 7.30pm on Wednesday 28th October.
Blythswood Shoe Box Appeal : Shoe Box Appeal forms are available in the Front Vestibule. Boxes should be handed in to the Blythswood shop on the pier by Friday 27 November at the latest.