Waves for the World – Saturday 11th May, 2.30-5pm

5 Rhythms® Dance and Yoga with Angela & Morag in aid of Refugee Survival Trust

Supporting those who are driven to seek a new home in Scotland we will dance the 5 Rhythms® Waves with Angela, preparing ourselves with a short heart- opening Yoga sequence with Morag.

Invite your friends to come and share the dance or sponsor you!

Donation £10 or whatever you can. Refugees are warmly welcome to come for free!

Diary dates: March 2019

Thursday 7 March 19:30 Joint Lenten Bible Study at Wellington Church.
These are running every Thursday during Lent so are also on the 14th, 21st & 28th of March, and the 4th & 11th April.

Sunday 10 March 19:00 – Joint evening service at KH

Wednesday 13 March 20:00 – Switzerland Special (with our Guides)

Friday 15 March 19:30 – ‘A Matter of Opinion’ discussion group: ‘Time to go? Visions of the Third Age’ led by John Shaw-Dunn

Sunday 17 March 19:00 – Joint evening service at KH

Thursday 21 March 19:00 – Kelvinside Academy concert

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

Shrove Tuesday

It’s Shrove Tuesday so time to make pancakes!

At Messy Mardi Gras on Saturday morning we made and ate these pancakes – they are the drop scone type that are lovely with butter and jam, or stacked up and eaten with blueberries and syrup!

Makes about 12 small pancakes.

  • 225g plain flour
  • 2.5 tsps baking powder (or you can use self-raising flour, in which case only add a tsp of baking powder)
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 2 eggs
  • Enough milk to make the eggs up to 300ml

Method:

Note: if you make these in a large jug or a bowl with a lip, it’s much easier to pour the mixture into the pan than to use a spoon.

Mix the dry ingredients and make a well in the middle. Break the eggs into a measuring jug and add milk to make up to 300ml. Then add the milk & egg into the dry ingredients, a little at a time at first, so that you get a smooth batter.

You’re aiming for a similar thickness to double cream, so add less or more milk as required.

Heat a little oil or butter in a thick bottomed frying pan and pour in the batter to either make several small pancakes or one large one at a time.

The pancakes are ready for turning over when the tops are bubbling and the edges have started to set. The second side will take less time to cook – less than a minute in a hot pan.