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Shoebox Appeal Report

On Sunday 32st October 44 shoe boxes for the Blytheswood Christmas Appeal were dedicated during the morning Service by Revd John Stevenson. The boxes were gifted by members of the Guild and Congregation.

These boxes are sent with our love and prayers to less fortunate men women and children in circumstances we can only imagine. Thanks to all who made the appeal such a success.

Lily Budgell

Harvest Lunch

We held a Harvest Lunch on Saturday 19th October in Hamilton Hall, Dalserf.
This was attended by 64 people. The excellent food was supplied, prepared and served by a team of ladies and gentlemen from the Church.


The amount raised was £1000. This will be shared by Kilbride Hospice and Rachel House.
We send this money to them with our thoughts and prayers for all within these hospices and those caring for them.

Many thanks to all who contributed in raising this great amount of money.
Joan Pollok (Session Clerk)

Order Of Service Sunday 13th October 2019

Dalserf Parish Church
13/10/2019

18th Sunday after Pentecost

Led by Rev David Doyle

The Entry of God’s Word
(Please stand if you are able)

Welcome and Intimations

Introit

Hymn: 153 Great is thy faithfulness

Prayer

Hymn: 189 Be still

Reading: Psalm 139 Revd David Doyle

Anthem 543 Christ be our light

Reading
2 Cor 4: 1-6 Kay Blair

Hymn 609 Come living Lord
(tune 488-Mission Praise – Spiriitus vitae)

Sermon:

Hymn 577 Christ be beside me

Offering
Prayers

Hymn: 462 The King of love

Benediction
Threefold Amen

Intimations Sunday 6th October 2019

A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our Harvest Service today. Soup, Tea and coffee will be served in Hamilton Hall after the service and you are invited to join us for a short time of fellowship together. There will be a Harvest Service today in Rorison at 2.30pm

Each Sunday morning in Hamilton Hall at 11.15am there is a short time of prayer and meditation. Please feel free to come and join us, you will be made very welcome.

Bible study will meet tomorrow in Hamilton Hall at 11am

House Group will meet tomorrow at 1.30pm

Girls Brigade will meet tomorrow night in Rorison

Our Guild will meet on Wednesday when the speaker will be Free to Live Trust.

The produce that has been brought to the Harvest Service today will be taken to the Food Bank and Nursing Homes in Larkhall. If you have a spare half hour on Tuesday around 11am maybe you could help us deliver.

Wishaw Old Parish Church presents Columban Singers Male Voice Choir this Thursday 10th October 7.30pm in the Church. Tickets £7.00 includes a light supper available from the Church Café. Poster on notice board.

It is that time of year again and whilst Christmas is still some months away, the Shoebox Appeal has to get under way. Kay has the details for this. The boxes have to be filled and be here in the Church for the last Sunday in October 27th. We will then take them for delivery on Friday 1stNovember.

Congratulations to Primillia Gilmour who has been made an honorary President of Lanark Amateur Music Club for her continued service and support. Well done Prim.

The Flowers this week were gifted by Mrs Hazel Blair
The Flowers next week will be gifted by Mrs Isobel McLean

Any items for the November newsletter must be in the hands of the Editor by next Sunday 13th October.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Harvest Lunch
There are no more seats available, but if anyone who would like to make a donation this will be gratefully received. Money raised will go to Kilbride Hospice and Rachel House.

From 23rd – 26th October Glasgow Light Opera Club will perform ALL SHOOK UP, A Shakespearean story adapted and inspired by and featuring the songs of Elvis Presley.
Tickets from £12.00

DALSERF CHURCH NEWS

Week Beginning 10th October 2019

Sunday Worship on 13th October, will take place in Dalserf Church at 11.30am Ashgill at 2.30pm. and will be conducted by Revd David Doyle. The choir will meet at 10.30am

Bible Study meets on Monday 14th October in Hamilton Hall at 11.00am.

There is an opportunity to donate a show box to the Blythewood Christmas appeal. These should be in Dalserf Church by 27th October. Details available from Kay Blair