Kirk Sevice for this Sunday and News
Sunday 14th October 2018
Morning Worship, Dirleton Kirk
9.30am (to 10.20am)
The Sunday Club for children meets together with adults in the Church, then in the hall after the children’s talk
Praise is from the Church Hymnary, 4th Edition (CH4)
Scripture: Ephesians 1: vs 11-23 read by Mary Graham
CH4 132 Immortal. Invisible, God only wise
CH4 356 Meakness and majesty
CH4 Be thou my vision
Followed by tea & coffee in the Kirk hall
Fairtrade Stall will be available in the small hall after the service.
Afternoon Tea “Thank you!” at 2pm in the small hall
Tuesday House Group 7.30pm at 5 Clifford Road, NB. All Welcome.
10am (until 10.30) Dirleton Prayer Service in Dirleton Kirk hall, followed by coffee.
7.30pm Outreach Committee Meeting
10am-11.30am in Abbey Church Large Hall, Little Nippers Toddler Group. For mums, dads, grannies, grandpas and carers with their wee ones aged 0-4.
Blythswood Show Box Appeal. Covered shoe boxes are now available, please take one and follow the instructions on the leaflet inside each box. Please return boxes on or before 28th October.
Fairtrade produce will be available in the small hall after the service.
Music for Marie Curie, an evening of popular music to suit all tastes. Thursday 25th October at 7pm in St Baldred’s Church. Tickets £8. House Group will meet on Tuesday 16th at 7.30pm, 5 Clifford Rd, NB. Books are available at the back of the Church (price £1). All are most welcome to come along.
Help for Law Primary School Parents. A proposed initiative for the 4 local Churches to provide hospitality for waiting parents. For further information please contact Hazel.email@example.com
St.Anne's Church in Dunbar is hosting an eco-congregation Scotland event on Wednesday 24th October at 7pm. This is a chance to think about our responsibility to care for creation, and to discuss practical steps that we can take as individuals or congregations.
Good Memories Cafe on Friday 26th October at The John Gray Centre, Lodge Street, Haddington, downstairs in the Star Room, 2-4pm. A friendly and informal drop-in café for people with dementia and their carers. Admission Free.
Stepping Stones is a local, group-based, bereavement support programme, run by experienced professionals. This six week course begins on Monday 29th October at 2pm in The Port Seton Community Centre. For further details please contact the programme co-ordinator by email firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07724916700.
‘Now the Guns are Silent’ - The Flying Aspidistras are marking the centenary of the ending of the First World War and raising funds for the Armed Forces charity, Combat Stress, with a concert at 5pm on Armistice Day, 11 November 2018 in Gosford House. Tickets are available from Greens and Blues and cost £20. The price includes a concert of period songs, linked by poems, war letters and words, as well as a drinks reception in the Marble Hall from 4:30pm onwards.