|SERVICES FOR HOLY WEEK AND EASTER|
|Tonight||7pm Ecumenical Service for the beginning of Holy Week, St Ninian’s Roman Catholic Church|
|17 March 2014
|7pm Maundy Thursday Communion Service Crown Church nb simple meal from 6pm|
|18 April 2014
|7pm Good Friday Service at St Stephen’s
please join us for tea afterwards, and a chance to meet up with our Christian Basics group
|19 April 2014
|7pm Easter Vigil at St John’s Episcopal Church|
|20 April 2014
|7.30am City Centre Prayer walk from the Old High, ending with Communion and breakfast at Methodist Church at 8.30am
10am Easter morning worship at St Stephen’s, beginning in the church garden
11.15am Easter morning worship at the Old High
3pm Easter Communion at Cameron House care Home- members of the congregation very welcome
SUNDAY BULLETIN ITEMS should be sent to Jim Monro:
The deadline for all items is Wednesday at noon
Introductions to readings: http://montreal.anglican.org/comments/
Copyright hymns used by Permission. CCL Licence No. 970971
Scottish Charity No. SC035073
Visiting or here for the first time? welcome! Please tell us about yourself! Please ask someone on door duty for a contact card so we can keep in touch with you.
Children are always welcome at our services. At St Stephen’s there are children’s activities in the hall after the Children’s Moment. A Crèche is also available. Please ask those on door duty for more information
Coffee and teas are served after the service at St Stephen’s.
Hard of hearing? We have a loop. Set your hearing aid to the T setting.
Recordings of this morning’s service on CD available from tomorrow from the Olive Grove, Kingsmills, or contact Katharina Nimmo
Hospital Visits Please let the Minister know if you are going into hospital or if you know of anyone who is sick in hospital or at home.
NEWS FROM OUR CONGREGATION
SUNDAY SCHOOL returns 27 April. However, children are welcome at all our services, and there will still be children’s activities each Sunday at St Stephen’s. Sunday School Contact: Raema MacKay.
LENT STUDY on the parables of Jesus and our use of our wealth ends this Wednesday, 7.30pm at St Stephen’s. You can still come along even if you haven’t been to previous meetings. Information from the Minister.
CRAFT NIGHT do you have a special hobby or craft and to share your gift with others? Then join us on Wednesday 23rd April at 7.30pm at St. Stephens hall. All welcome and it is a good opportunity to meet socially for the congregation. For further information contact Mrs Margaret McAleer.
CALLING ALL GARDENERS If any gardeners are splitting up their herbaceous plants could they pot them up and donate them to the Plant Stall at the Christian Aid Coffee Morning on Saturday 10 May. We are aiming to have a bumper stall this year! Details Violet Wilson
WORD FOR TODAY New copies of Word for Today, daily Bible readings and comment are available free in the vestibules at each church.
CROSS REACH Cross Reach news and prayer letter (Feb to May 2014) now available at church doors.
IMAGINING SCOTLAND’S FUTURE The Church of Scotland report “Imagining Scotland’s Future: Our Vision” was launched on 26 February. Copies of the report are now at the church doors. The report is based on the views of over 900 people who attended 32 community events run by the Kirk (including one hosted by us) as an alternative national debate on the referendum. The events were held across Scotland over the past 12 months.