Intimations Sunday 21st October 2018
Intimations Sunday 21st October
A warm welcome is extended to any visitors to our service today which will be conducted by Rev David Doyle Interim Moderator.
Bible study will meet in the Sanctuary at Rorison tomorrow at 11am.
Our Girls Brigade will meet tomorrow night in Rorison.
The Gathering will meet on Tuesday at 12.30 at the home of Sheena and Bruce Archibald in Kirkfieldbank.
There will be a service of Thanksgiving in Trinity Church Larkhall on Wednesday at 1.30pm.
This is for all the support that has been received by the Foodbank in the five years that it has been in operation. Tea, coffee and home baking will be served in the hall afterwards.
Our Guild will meet on Wednesday night in Rorison when the speaker will be Jane Brown, retired Licensee of the Globe Inn Dumfries. Jane will speak on her life with Robert burns and her admiration for Jean Armour. Visitors to this evening, as always, will be made most welcome.
The Ordination of New Elders will take place here in Dalserf next Sunday.
All Shoe Boxes must be in the Church by next Sunday 28th October. Any small cash donations towards posting of the boxes will be most welcome and can be given to Kay.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Hamilton Hall will be closed from and including Sunday 14th October till further notice due to the refurbishment of the flooring and painting of the premises.
Lanarkshire Supporter Group are having a Soup and Dumpling lunch at the Bowling Pavilion in Hamilton on Saturday 3rd November from 1-3pm. Tickets are £8.00 Tickets are available from Rae Hunter or Lorna Brodie. This is on behalf of the SSPCA.
Sunday 11th November is Remembrance Sunday. Services will take place at Netherburn Cenotaph at 10.45am Ashgill Cenotaph at 11am and then at Dalserf Church at 11.30am.
There will be a retiring offering on Sunday 4th November (Communion) and Sunday 11th November going to the Earl Haig Fund.
Congratulations Philip Fox
Yesterday at a meeting of the Scott6ish Huntington’s Assocition our Organist Philip fox stood down after 18 years voluntary service to the board of the Huntington’s Association in Scotland 12 od which he served as Chairman. Philip will be missed by his colleagues and we wish him well along with our congratulations as he no doubt takes on other projects. Well done Philip for you faithful association with the Huntington’s Society.