Intimations Sunday 15th October 2017

Intimations Sunday 15th October

A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our service today. We extend a very warm welcome to Mr Colin Ogilvie who will be conducting our service.
There are welcome cards at the end of the pews. If you are a visitor please fill in one of these and place it in the offering plate. 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.

Bible study will meet tomorrow in Hamilton Hall at 11am.

Our Girls Brigade are on holiday till Monday 23rd October

Our Boys Brigade are on holiday till Thursday 26th October

Our Harvest Lunch took place yesterday this was a great success and raised the magnificent sum of £868.00. A lot of people put in a great deal of hard work, whether it was cooking, serving, washing dishes and generally lending a hand. The money raised will go to St Andrew’s Hospice. Once again grateful thanks to everyone.

The Annual Subscription for Every Day with Jesus. Contrary to the information I was given the annual subscription is £16.95. This is the first price increase for several years. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.
Ann Carson

Christmas is not far away and it is time again to think of those less fortunate than ourselves so we will be doing the shoe boxes appeal again this year. If you fill a box then please bring to Rorison on Sunday 5th November. The Communion service will be held in Rorison due to the decorating of the Church at Dalserf.

Valerie Holmes is now home from hospital. Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with her and John Grove.

It is with great sadness we have to intimate the death of Jim Hughes on Wednesday 11th October. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Joyce and the family. There are no funeral arrangements as yet.

Items for the November newsletter must be in the hands of the Editor by today.

I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who baked for the McMillan coffee morning at Dalserf Primary also thank you to everyone who came along and supported this event. We made the fantastic sum of £310.00.
Also thank you to all those who baked and supported Dalserf schools Autumn Fayre on the 17th September, it was a great success and brought in the fantastic sum or £749.13 which will be used for the good of the school.
Joanna Gilchrist


Monday 23rd October clearing of Church in preparation for painting.
Friday 27th October setting up of Rorison for services being held there.
Sunday 29th October first service at Rorison.
Sunday 11th November Hamilton Caledonian Male Voice Choir in Dalziel St Andrew’s Church at 7.30pm in aid of replacement windows in the Church. Tickets are £5.00


Monday 23rd October help from members would be greatly appreciated to clear the Church. Time proposed 9am. It is thought that this will take a few hours, so if you wish to bring a packed lunch then tea and coffee will be provided in Hamilton Hall.

Painters will begin either 24th or 25th October. Not sure how long painting will take. When painters are finished it is proposed to employ a professional cleaning company.

Services at Rorison will be Sunday 29th October at 11.30am
Sunday 5th November (Communion) at 11.30am
Sunday 12th November at 11.30am

Restoring of the Church contents possibly Monday 13th November again at 9am. Tea and coffee will again be provided in Hamilton Hall.

It is hoped to be back in Dalserf on Sunday 19th November but this will depend on how long the painting and cleaning takes.

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