Intimations Sunday 8th October (Harvest)
A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our Harvest service today.
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. 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. Our Pathfinders will be taking part in the service today. There will be a Harvest service in Rorison today at 2.30pm. All of this produce has to be delivered to the Food bank and the local Nursing Homes tomorrow. If you can help with this please be here in the Church tomorrow around 10am.
Bible study will meet tomorrow in Hamilton Hall at 11am.
Our Girls Brigade will meet tomorrow night in Rorison.
There will be a Kirk Session meeting on Tuesday night in Rorison at the earlier time of 7pm.
Our Guild will meet on Wednesday night in Rorison when the speaker will be Glickman’s Sweets. This will be an open night.
Our Boys Brigade will meet on Thursday night in Rorison.
Our Harvest Lunch will take place in Hamilton Hall on Saturday 12.45pm for 1pm. A three course lunch will be served and the money raised will go to St Andrew’s Hospice. There are still some tickets available cost £10.00 if you would like to go please speak to Kay.
Also on Saturday evening at 7.30pm in St Machan’s Church Larkhall, the Praise band will be performing. The concert will also feature performers from the Youth Theatre Company Shine. Tickets are £5.00 and are available at the door.
There will be no Kids Alive meeting at Dalserf or Netherburn Primary Schools until further notice. Please continue to remember Brian Lowry and his wife Sarah in your prayers.
The Annual Subscription for Every Day with Jesus 2018 is £15.95. All those who wish to subscribe, please put your subscription in an envelope with your name and amount and give to Ann Carson by Sunday 22nd October. Thank you for your co-operation
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.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Valerie Holmes who is presently in Wishaw General and John Grove who unfortunately has shingles.
Items for the November newsletter must be in the hands of the Editor by next Sunday 15th October.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
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
DATES AND ARRANGEMENTS FOR INTERIOR PAINTING OF DALSERF
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.