Intimations

Intimations 25th August 2019

 

Rev. James Aitken may be contacted on 0131 334 1324 or via email on jaitken@churchofscotland.org.uk.

We celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion next Sunday at 10.30am and 3pm.

Elders: The Quarterly & Communion cards are available in the pigeon holes.

Our Sermon Discussion group meets in Room 6 after the Service this morning. Grab a tea or coffee and come along – all are welcome.

Presbytery are currently seeking assessor elders to act in two congregations in need of support for a period of time. If anyone would like to know more or is interested contact the Minister.

 ‘LOCAL CHURCH REVIEW 2019-2024’ booklet is at the doors of the Church. Please take a copy and help shape our future.

Clothing: we continue to take clothing for every age, bed linen and towels to the Clothing Store.  In addition, the Rock Trust will be pleased to receive clothing suitable for young people aged from 16 to 25 as the RT now have an open session each Wednesday afternoon when they can select clothing for free. Mark donation “for Rock Trust". Many thanks. 

CAR DRIVERS WANTED for Afternoon Communion Sunday 1st September at 3.00pm. If you can help with transport, contact Rona Stevenson (334 4471).  This is a shorter and more relaxed service, with provision for our less sprightly members, although everyone is welcome to attend.  It is followed by a Special Tea and the opportunity to chat over a cuppa.  If you know of anyone who would like to attend, please let them know.  If they are ambulant and require transport, contact Rona.  Wheelchairs can be accommodated in the church for anyone coming by taxi.  Elders and the Visiting Committee please draw this to the attention of anyone you are visiting in your District or on your list. 

Badminton has restarted and meets on Tuesday mornings at 10am on the Burns Hall. If you would like more information, contact Ruth Wimberley.

The next Issue of “Let’s Talk about Corstorphine” will be published in November. Articles and suggestions for articles and suggestions for advertisers would be welcome – please contact Ian Kirkpatrick on 334 5951. The copy date is 1st October.

Volunteers are sought to assist in obtaining articles and adverts, producing the magazine and distributing it. 

 

Hymns of Praise Service Recording:

The ‘Hymns of Praise’ service on Sunday 4th August was recorded and is now available for download and listening on the St Ninian's website at corstorphinestninians.org.uk

It includes eleven favourites selected by the congregation. If you missed the service, here is your chance to catch up and if you were there ‘live’, a chance to enjoy it again! Just select ’Service Recordings’ and click to play or download the selected service.

If you prefer, CDs of the service are also available, as we distribute them to members of the congregation who can’t attend on Sundays. Contact Derek MacGillivray 07818 707675 or derekmacg@blueyonder.co.uk.

They are free, although you may want to consider a donation to church funds via the weekly offering bag.

The previous five weeks services are also on the website, including the Rev Bill Irving’s take on the Adam and Eve story in Glaswegian poetry on 21st July - well worth a listen!

 

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Intimations should be with the Minister, or the Church Office, by 8am on Thursday mornings.

Office address is office@st-ninians.co.uk. Tel: 0131 316 4777

Scottish Charity Number SC016557

 

CORSTORPHINE CHURCHES TOGETHER PILGRIMAGE

Saturday 14th September

12:00 – 7:00pm

 

Corstorphine Churches Together is running a pilgrimage to Glasgow cathedral and the Museum of Religious Life for members of the local churches.  There are ten places available to each congregation, allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

The buses will leave Corstorphine at 12:00 noon.  We will travel to Glasgow Cathedral where we will hold a short act of worship.  The Pilgrimage will then divide into groups:

 

  • to visit the Museum of Religious Life 
  • to walk to the Necropolis (steps & inclines)
  • to explore the Cathedral’s Heritage
  • to visit the Zen Garden and Glasgow’s oldest house

 

The groups will rotate so that everyone may experience each stage.  Tea and coffee (not included in the price) will be available at the Museum Café.  Following the visits, we will enjoy a buffet meal (please advise any dietary requirements).  We will return to Corstorphine at around 7:00 pm.

The cost is £25-00 per person, which includes the transport and meal.  

If you would like to go, please let Gaynor in the church office know before the 25th August. She will give you any further details of how to pay etc.

0131 316 4777 or office@st-ninians.co.uk

 

 




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