Today the Stated Annual Business Meeting will be held towards the end of morning worship, and there will be an opportunity then for children and visitors to leave; members are expected to stay! This will be a short meeting
On Monday 20th March at 1.30 – 3.30 in the church hall, Fiona Doubleday is helping us to decorate pencil cases for Mary’s Meals. Come along and share the fun and expertise, while helping this wonderful charity that is feeding over a million children and ensuring they have an education. See you there!
The Guild AGM is on 21st March at 2 pm in the church hall. and Guild Lunch is on 28th March.
The Kirk Session will meet at 2 pm on Wednesday 22nd March, in the church hall.
The Singing Group will meet this Wednesday at 4pm. Please note the new time. We look forward to seeing you there.
Weekly Coffee Mornings are due to start in May. The 6 current leaders (inc. 4 octogenarians) urgently need more support. If you are willing to help in any way, please contact Maureen Oakes on 600279.
The ‘Bus Pass’ Lunch Club is every Wednesday 12 – 2.30 in the PHT. please consider coming along and being part of our community outreach while enjoying your free soup. Many people don’t come to church so church is going to them! Spare a lunch time to meet and chat with others.
Knit & Natter meets in the Trust Housing, McKelvie Road this Friday 24th March for the last time for the Easter project. from 10.45 am – 12 noon
On Sunday 2nd April, Fran and Lucy from Mary’s Meals will be on Arran. They will lead the Church Service in Lamlash Church at 11.30 am, and afterwards you are all invited to a soup and crusty bread lunch with them in the church hall, when you can have an informal chat with them. Or you may prefer to pop in anytime between 12.30pm and 2.30pm to buy some of the Easter Mindings, so lovingly created by our Knit & Natter Nutters. These are a bargain, and will raise funds for Mary’s Meals, so please come along and support our efforts.
Today’s Readings: Romans 4; 16 – 25 ( p 945 in Pew Bible)
Galatians 3; 21 – 25 (p 977 in Pew Bible)
Read by Maureen Oakes