Intimations Sunday 6th May
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 service today in Rorison at 2.30pm.
Bible Study will meet in Hamilton Hall tomorrow at 11am.
House Group will meet on Monday at 1.30pm.
Our Boys Brigade will meet on Thursday in Rorison when they will have their Award Ceremony at 7pm. If you are able please come along and lend your support.
Our Open Day took place yesterday and raised the sum of £1400.00 Grateful thanks goes to everyone who worked hard to raise this money.
Our Saturday Teas begin this Saturday 12th May from12 noon – 4pm. The rota is on the notice board in Hamilton Hall. Please have look at this and as usual if you feel you can help in any way please speak to Kay.
Any items for the June newsletter must be in the hands of the Editor by next Sunday 13th May.
Crossreach are having a Charity Pancake Day in Kirkfieldbank Church Hall on Monday 14th May from 2.00pm -4.00pm All the pancakes you can eat with tea etc £2.50 (children £1.00)
On Sunday 13th May we are looking for help with the tea after the morning Service. The team for that day are unable to undertake the teas.
Eats will be supplied for anyone who can help serve the tea and clear up at the end. Please speak to Kay
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 longlife 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.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Our Guild Outing will take place on 19th May to Glasgow Cathedral and The People’s Palace with High Tea at Chatelherault Inn. Anyone wishing to join us should contact Kay Blair