The Guild – Whose we are and Whom we serve – A faith to proclaim.
Our Guild theme this year is Go in Love. Present members are welcome back, new members will be warmly welcomed and if you think that one of the topics might be interesting, please feel free to come along.
All our meetings include opening devotions, a Speaker and finish with tea and coffee and lots of happy bletherinOct 11 – 7pm The History of John Lewis – Andrea Angus
Dec 6 Communion followed by Christmas Fun
The Seniors Club
The Seniors Club meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 2-4pm in the Church Hall. This group enjoys a varied programme of speakers, quizzes and entertainment. If you are looking for some company and a cup of tea/coffee with cakes, all for £2, please come along.
Wed 6th Dec – Christmas Party
Wed 20th Dec – Cinema Afternoon – “Miracle on 34th Street”
The four part church choir plays an important part in worship each Sunday morning between September and June, singing an introit and anthem.The musical style is varied from traditional anthems to more modern pieces.
The choir also performs for occasional charity concerts.
Choir practices are held on Sunday morning at 10.00am from 3rd September.
If you have some unfinished sewing or other handiwork and would like to come along you would be most welcome. This is simply a group where everyone helps one another and has a few laughs along the way.
We meet on a Monday evening at 7.30pm in the Douglas Lounge in the Church Hall complex. For more information contact the Office.
Church Badminton Club
The Club welcomes men and ladies in the Couper Hall at the Church on a Tuesday evening at 7.30pm.
A Ladies group also meet in the Coupar Hall on a Thursday morning at 9.30am.
The Social Committee
The Social Committee organise a programme of events throughout the year including Scottish Evenings, theatre outings, lunches and interesting talks on topical subjects. Please contact the office for further details of these events.
Garden Tidy Up
Time for the Garden Gang to do the big tidy up to keep the Church Grounds as beautiful as always. All welcome to come along and help – even if you can only spare an hour. No skills required. First Saturday of every month from April to November at 9.30am
Held in the Coupar Hall on Thursday afternoons from 2.30 – 4.30pm
Each Sunday there is a stall selling Fair Trade goods after Church during coffees. We also seek to use Fair Trade goods in our own catering.
The band comprises of a variety of instruments, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, guitar and keyboard and plays at several services during the year. Rehearsals are held on Sunday morning before the service. The band, like the choir, plays occasionally at local care homes.For more information, please contact the Church office.
Collecting Used Stamps
If you have a collection of used stamps, please hand them into the Church Office. They are collected on behalf of Oxfam.
There is also a collection made of any foreign coins that you have to spare. These are collected on behalf of the Bible Society and can be handed into the Church office.