Intimations 24th January 2021

 Intimations 24th January 2020:

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

Suspension of services in Church with immediate effect:

In line with the recently announced Covid 19 restrictions, it is with regret that we have to suspend the provision of services in the Church for the time being, with immediate effect.  

Services will continue to be available online on either Facebook or You Tube using either of the links below.

If you have any questions, please contact the Church Office by telephone which will be manned during normal office hours.

If you would like to read during the service, and can video yourself doing so at home, let the minister know.

Spring Quarterly: the copy date is Sunday 31st January and that I will be happy to receive contributions by email (alecstevenson0@gmail.com) or in hard copy (phone 334 4471 to arrange collection). Alec Stevenson.

 

  Christian Aid Christmas Eve Retiring Collection: The final amount raised from the retiring collection           was £1164.70. This gives a total of £4488.45 raised by St Ninian’s in 2020. Thank you to all who have contributed to this creditable amount in the circumstances.

Thank you. Alec Millar, Christian Aid Organiser

The congregation will learn with sadness of the death of Mr George Smith, 32 Burnbrae. His funeral, for family only, takes place on 5th February, 11:00am, at Warriston. We remember his family and loved ones in our prayers.

The Rock Trust is appealing for continuing community support as it struggles to provide food for homeless young people in Edinburgh at this extremely challenging time. If you would like to help, you can make a donation at www.rocktrust.org/donate or you can send a cheque to Rock Trust, 55 Albany Street, Edinburgh EH1 3QY. 

Corstorphine Window Wanderland – a first!       27th to 28th February 2021 6pm to 9pm

An outdoor event that we hope will provide some much-needed joy as the winter comes to a close. 

Everyone in the area around Corstorphine town centre is being invited to transform their windows into a magical outdoor gallery between 6pm and 9pm on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February.

We would love you to consider becoming part of the Window Wanderland trail by registering to create a display! 

Taking part is free and you can use your windows/garden to do anything you want. It doesn’t have to be complicated and there are loads of ideas to be found on the Window Wanderland website. 

It might just be a good excuse to get some fairy lights out.  

Check out the website: www.windowwanderland.com/event/corstorphine-2021/

If you’ve got any questions about the event, you can send an email via the website to the organiser.




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