Intimations Sunday 15th April 2018

Intimations Sunday 15th April

A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our service today. 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 Praise Evening here in Dalserf tonight at 7.00pm. This will feature the New Life Singers with their Conductor Philip Fox. Guest Organist – Peter Shepherd Organist/Director of Music Bothwell Parish Church. The evening will be led by Rev John Stevenson and will include refreshments in Hamilton Hall.

Bible Study will meet in Hamilton Hall tomorrow at 11am

The Fabric Committee will meet in Hamilton Hall on Wednesday at 7.30pm

Our Boys’ Brigade return on Thursday evening in Rorison Church, Ashgill.

It is with sadness we have to intimate the death of Mamie Scott. Mamie passed away in Rose Park Nursing Home on Friday morning. The funeral will take place on Saturday 21st of April. 10.45am at Cooperative Funeral Parlour, Larkhall and 11.45am at South Lanarkshire Crematorium. Thereafter at the Radstone Hotel.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Mamie’s family.

A meeting to organise the Saturday Teas took place in Rorison on Wednesday. This was fairly well attended and teams have been formed to cover the baking and serving of teas on the Saturday. However help is still needed in the following areas – Taking of the money on the Saturdays and donations of ingredients i.e. flour, sugar, fruit, butter, icing sugar, caster sugar. If you feel you can help with any of these please speak to Kay Blair.

An email has been received from the Presbytery regarding a general introduction as to how to recognise a mental health issue in someone. There is a poster concerning this on the notice board.

Congratulations to Linda Marshall, voted this week’s Hamilton Advertiser Reader of The Week. Well done Linda. Enjoy the Chocolates.

FOODBANK Thank you all for your continued support through your donations via your church (especially at harvest thanksgiving) and local supermarket baskets. These donations have kept the foodbank very well stocked over the last year. However, we are now running low on toilet rolls, tinned fruit and long life breakfast juice. If you are considering making a donation to the foodbank at this time, we would very much appreciate if you would consider giving one of these items. A blue box is available in Dalserf and Rorison for donations brought along on a Sunday.


Dalserf Open Day Saturday 5th May
Saturday Teas begin Saturday 12th May
Guild Outing Saturday 19th May

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