Diary dates: February & March 2019

Some upcoming dates for your diary:

Friday 15 February 19:30 A Matter of Opinion (Glenda White)
Saturday 23 February 10:30 Daffodil Tea

Friday 1 March 11:00 World Day of Prayer Service (St John’s Renfield)
Saturday 2 March 10:30 Messy Mardi Gras!
Saturday 2 March Walking Group
Sunday 3 March 19:00 Joint evening service at KH
Sunday 10 March 19:00 Joint evening service at KH
Friday 15 March 19:30 ‘A Matter of Opinion’ discussion group
Sunday 17 March 19:00 Joint evening service at KH
Thursday 21 March 19:00 Kelvinside Academy concert (time tbc)
Saturday 23 March 10:30 Shoppers’ Coffee
Sunday 24 March 19:00 Joint evening service at KH
Sunday 31 March 19:00 Joint evening service at KH contact

Daffodil Tea – Saturday 23rd February, 10.30am – 1pm

These cheery first signs of spring help us look forward to lighter, warmer days – even if things outside still feel as if winter isn’t planning to leave any time soon!

Join us in the Hall for cream scones, home baking, music, Fairtrade goods, a play area for the young ones and daffodils, of course!

Everyone is welcome to drop in, browse, buy, chat, eat, drink, and stay a while between 10.30am and 1pm on Saturday 23rd February.

A Matter of Opinion – Friday 15th February, 7.30pm

The topic for this meeting in the “A Matter of Opinion” series is David Stow: ‘a sort of amateur teacher’ led by Glenda White.

The far-reaching achievements of a little-known local man: followed by discussion for those who like to discuss and the opportunity just to sit and listen for those prefer it that way.

Friday 15th February at 7.30pm – All welcome – we hope to see you there.

Home to Us All – Saturday 19th January, 10.30-14.00

Come along with family, friends and neighbours to…
A bazaar/fiesta/bonanza in the Church hall involving everyone who meets in this building, which will raise some cash for the building and various good causes but is also a great opportunity to get to know each other better, make friends and enjoy ourselves!

Browse and buy: including delicious home-baking, pre-loved books and music, interesting curiosities and toys and that wonderful stall labelled simply ‘STUFF’…

Compete: some challenges which you may have met before and some which you probably have not!

Refresh and relax: at Joyce’s wonderful tea place with a cuppa and delicious treats.

See you there!

Gift Service in support of Glasgow Women’s Refuge – 16th December

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The gifts from our annual Christmas Gift Service on Sunday 16th December at 11am, will once again go to Glasgow Women’s Aid for women and children in need of refuge.

Please help us to brighten up the lives of others who may be experiencing stress and hardship which can feel particularly acute and isolating at this time of year.

Donated goods might include clothes, toiletries, toys, chocolates or jewellry. Please note that these must be new and unwrapped.

Thank you.

It’s A Wonderful Life – special showing to support Classrooms for Malawi

What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon in December than enjoying the greatest Christmas film of all time?

Why not pop along to the Grosvenor Cinema on 16th December for a special showing of It’s A Wonderful Life, presented by Classrooms for Malawi. Buy your tickets at Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk

Screening Time: 12.45pm (doors open 12.00)
Tickets: £15 (plus booking fee)

All profits will go directly to Classrooms for Malawi. Classrooms for Malawi believe that education is the only sustainable route out of poverty for the children of Malawi.