Intimations Sunday 16th April 2017

Intimations Sunday 16th April (Easter Day)

A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our Easter Day Service.
There are welcome cards at the end of the pews. If you are a visitor please fill in one of these and place 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.

There is a prayer meeting in Hamilton Hall each Sunday at 11.10am. Please join us for a short time of prayer before the service. If you would like further Information please speak to Sheena Archibald.

It is with deep regret that we have to intimate the death of Mr Alex Watt of Manse Brae Dalserf. Alex died on Friday during surgery.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Margaret and the family at this sad time.
It is also with deepest sympathy we intimate the death Mrs Anne Caldwell who also passed away yesterday in Wishaw General Hospital.
Her daughter Carol Prentice and family are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.

There will be no Bible Study tomorrow.

Our Boys Brigade will meet on Thursday night in Rorison

Our Easter Appeal continues. Instead of giving Easter Cards to your fellow Christians within the Church. Please take an envelope from the basket, hang the egg symbol on the Easter Tree and place your donation in the envelope. The money raised will go to St. Andrew’s Hospice. The Hospice need to raise 9 million pounds for refurbishment.

Our Love and Congratulations go to Andrew Gilmour who celebrated his 80th Birthday yesterday. Also to Jim McCallum who celebrated his 80th Birthday on Friday.

Dates for Your Diary 16th April 2017

Our Open Day will be on Saturday 6th May from 12noon – 4pm. There will be the usual stalls. All help will be gratefully received.
Saturday 13th May will begin our Saturday Teas. Any information regarding this can be obtained from Ann Price or Sandra Hoey the co-ordinators.
Bible Wonder Land will be in Rorison on Wednesday 17th Thursday 18th and Friday 19th May. This will be attended by our local Primary Schools.
Our Guild outing will take place on Saturday 20th May. We are going to Dunfermline and invite anyone interested to join us for a nice day out.

Order of Service Sunday 9th April 2017

Dalserf Parish Church
09/04/2017

Easter Message

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

Welcome and Intimations
Introit:
Call to Worship

Hymn Lord I lift your name on high

Prayer of Approach and Lord’s Prayer

Time with Sunday Pathfinders Lorna Brodie

Hymn Shine Jesus Shine

Reading Zech ch9: 9-10 Clair Walker
Hymn: MP 454 Majesty

PALM SUNDAY LIVE!

Hymn MP242 Hosanana

Reading Matt ch1: 1-11 Karyn Scotland & Emma Gilchrist

Hymn MP575 Rejoice the Lord is King

JELLY BEAN PRAYER

Offering and Prayer of dedication

Hymn MP52 Because He lives

Benediction
Threefold Amen

Intimations Sunday 9th April 2017

Intimations Sunday 9th April (Palm Sunday)

A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our Palm Sunday 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 in the offering plate. Our Pathfinders will bring us their Palm Sunday message today. Later today at 2pm there will be a Church Pilgrimage in Larkhall beginning at Chalmers Church. Our Service here in Dalserf next Sunday 16th April at 11.30am will be our Easter Day Service.

There is a prayer meeting in Hamilton Hall each Sunday at 11.10am. Please join us for a short time of prayer before the service. If you would like further Information please speak to Sheena Archibald.

Bible Study will meet tomorrow in Hamilton Hall at 11am

This Wednesday 12th April begins Holy Week services in Trinity Church Larkhall at 7pm. There is a Family Service in Chalmers Church on Tuesday 11th at 7pm. There will be a Silent Witness at St Machans on Good Friday 14th April 12 – 1pm. Trinity will also be open that day from 11am – 1pm for reflection/meditation.

Our Easter Appeal continues. Instead of giving Easter Cards to your fellow Christians within the Church. Please take an envelope from the basket, hang the egg symbol on the Easter Tree and place your donation in the envelope.
The money raised will go to St. Andrew’s Hospice. The Hospice need to raise 9 million pounds for refurbishment.

Any items for the May Newsletter must be in the hands of the Editor today.