Intimations Sunday 10th November 2019

A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our Remembrance 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. A special warm welcome to Mr Andrew Steven Deputy Lieutenant who has been laying wreaths today on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen.

Each Sunday morning in Hamilton Hall 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

Girls Brigade will meet tomorrow night in Rorison

There will be a Kirk Session meeting on Tuesday night in Rorison at 7.30pm.

Our Guild will meet on Wednesday in Rorison when the speaker will be Kay Blair on the History of the Poppy.

Our Guild Christmas Fayre will be held in Hamilton Hall on Saturday from 11.30am – 3pm. Donations for any of the stalls will be gratefully received.

Items for the December Newsletter must be in the hands of the Editor by today.

Sadie’s surgery for her replacement hip has gone well. Sadly she has had an accident and brokien her wrist. Please keep Sadie in your thoughts and prayers

There are a few 2020 Diaries left on the front pew.

Bible reading notes annual subscription for 2020 is now due. Everyday with Jesus is £16.95. Please put your name on an envelope with the money, seal it and give it to me next Sunday, Nov 17th. Anyone wishing to be added or removed from my list please tell me on Nov 17th. Thank you for your co-operation. Ann Carson

The Flowers this week were gifted by Mrs Ann Price
The Flowers next week will be gifted by Mrs Joan Pollok

Lights on G1 is a charity supporting the homeless in Glasgow.
Should you wish to help there will be a basket at the Church each Sunday to receive donations such as toothbrushes, toothpaste , stick deodorant, cup a soup etc. Anyone interested can pick up a fuller list of items required from the basket.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

St Machan’s Guild are holding a fashion evening by Taylor Fashions on Tuesday 19th November. Tickets £3.00 For further information speak to Kay or Ann.

On Saturday 23rd November at 2pm. St Mary’s Episcopal Church in Hamilton are hosting a LIGHTS TO REMEMBER SERVICE. You can celebrate the life of a loved one this Christmas by placing a card with their name on the Christmas tree. Tea, coffee, home made mince pies and shortbread will be available. Entry is free This is organised by Marie Curie.

ROCK CHOIR in concert Friday 29th November St Andrew’s Church Blantyre. This is an evening not to be missed. Tickets £10. Doors open at 6.45pm Concert starts at 7.30pm
Poster on notice board.

DALSERF CHURCH NEWS

Week Beginning 14th November 2019

Guild Christmas Fayre will take place in Hamilton Hall on Saturday 16th November. 11.30am – 3pm. Come along and join us and our usual Dalserf Teas. Usual stalls will be available, especially our Christmas Table.

Sunday Worship on 17th Nov, will take place in Dalserf Church at 11.30am will be conducted by Revd John Stevenson. The choir will meet at 10.30am

Bible Study meets on Monday 18th November in Hamilton Hall at 11.00am.

Girls Brigade meets on Monday 18th November in Rorison Church Ashgill

Order Of Service Sunday 3rd November 2019

Dalserf Church 03/11/2019

Communion Sunday
Following All Saints

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

Introit: 673 Let us talents and tongues employ

Call to Worship

Hymn: 179 Ye holy angels bright
(tune: Darwall’s 148th- 449)

Prayer of Approach

Hymn: 424 Blest be the everlasting God

Prayer for Illumination

Readings: I Cor 1: 1-9 Lorna Brodie
Luke 6: 20-36 Revd. John Stevenson

Hymn: 742 Rejoice in God’s saints

Sermon: “Saints”
Anthem: 655 For your generous providing

Offering and Prayer of dedication

Hymn: 662 Jesus, thou joy of loving hearts

Sacrament of Holy Communion

Declaration of the faith: The Apostles’ Creed
I believe in God, the Father almighty,
creator of heaven and earth.
I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord,
who was conceived by the Holy Spirit
and born of the Virgin Mary.
He suffered under Pontius Pilate,
was crucified, died, and was buried;
he descended to hell.
The third day he rose again from the dead.
He ascended to heaven
and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty.
From there he will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the holy Catholic Church,
the communion of saints,
the forgiveness of sin the resurrection of the body,
and the life everlasting. Amen.

Hymn: 744 Hark how the adoring hosts above
(tune: Desert (Lyngham)

Benediction
Threefold Amen

Intimations Sunday 3rd November 2019

A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our Communion service today.

Bible study will meet tomorrow in Hamilton Hall at 11am

House Group will meet tomorrow at 1.30pm.

Girls Brigade will meet here tomorrow night.

Focus will meet here on Thursday at 1.45pm when the speaker will be Jessie Shaw.

Next Sunday 10th November will be Remembrance Sunday and services will be held at Netherburn Cenotaph at 10.45am. Ashgill Cenotaph at 11am approximately and then here in Dalserf at 11.30am. Mr Andrew Steven Deputy Lieutenant will be present at these services. There will be a retiring offering today for RAF Benevolent Fund and Poppy Scotland and also next Sunday after the service in Dalserf. Last year the Church sent £140 to each. Let’s see if we can exceed that this year.

Shoebox Appeal – 44 boxes were taken to Chalmers Church from Dalserf Congregation. Thank you to all who contributed to this worthy cause.

2020 Diaries are now available and can be picked up today.

Any items for the December Newsletter must be in the hands of the Editor by next Sunday
10th November. There will be no Newsletter in January.

DALSERF CHURCH NEWS

Week Beginning 7th November 2019

Focus will meet this afternoon, Thursday 7th Nov, in Rorison at 1.45pm when the speaker will be Jessie Shaw.

Next Sunday 10th November will be Remembrance Sunday and services will be held at Netherburn Cenotaph at 10.45am. Ashgill Cenotaph at 11am approximately and then in Dalserf at 11.30am. Services will be conducted by Revd John Stevenson. Mr Andrew Steven Deputy Lieutenant will be present at these services. There will be a retiring offering today for the RAF Benevolent Fund and Poppy Scotland and also next Sunday 10th Remembrance Sunday. Last year the Church sent £140 to each. Let’s see if we can exceed that figure this year.

Bible Study meets on Monday 11th November in Hamilton Hall at 11.00am.

Girls Brigade meets on Monday 11th November in Rorison Church Ashgill

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Tuesday 12th November Kirk Session meeting Rorison 7.30pm.

Guild Christmas Fayre will take place in Hamilton Hall on Saturday 16th November. 11.30am – 3pm. Donations for the stalls will be gratefully received.

St Machan’s Guild are holding a fashion evening by Taylor Fashions on 19th November. Tickets £3.00. For further information speak to Kay or Ann.

On Saturday 23rd November at 2pm. St Mary’s Episcopal Church in Hamilton are hosting a LIGHTS TO REMEMBER SERVICE. You can celebrate the life of a loved one this Christmas by placing a card with their name on the Christmas tree. Tea, coffee, homemade mince pies and shortbread will be available. Entry is free. This is organised by Marie Curie.

ROCK CHOIR in concert Friday 29th November St Andrew’s Church Blantyre. This is an evening not to be missed. Tickets £10. Doors open at 6.45pm Concert starts at 7.30pm
Poster on notice board.

Order Of Service Sunday 27th October 2019

Dalserf Parish Church
27/10/2019

20th Sunday after Pentecost

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

Welcome and Intimations

Introit: MP 163 From the rising of the sun

Hymn: 110 Glory be to God the Father

Prayer of Approach

Hymn: 600 Spirit of God, unseen as the wind

Prayer for Illumination

Readings:
2 Timothy 4: 6-8, 16-18 Mike Taylor
Luke 18: 9 – 14 Revd. John Stevenson

Hymn: 551 In heavenly love abiding

Sermon:
“ Proud to be Humble!”

Anthem: MP 181 God forgave my sin

Offering and Prayer of dedication
Prayers for others

Hymn: 529 Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go
(Tune: Warrington)

Benediction
Threefold Amen