W/C Sunday 11th March February 2018

Sunday 11th March 

10.45 a,m, Morning Worship

St John’s ‘Centre’ magazine and Life & Work are both available for distribution.

Book Corner – Easter cards are now in stock.  We also have St John’s pens with a stylus on top for sale at 80p each.

5.15 p.m Food for Thought  Lent discussion group.  We will have something to eat together as we discuss Lent material until 6.15 p.m.  People are welcome to stay for the evening service if they wish or just attend Food for Thought.  Sign up sheet for those planning to attend will be in the Forum, simply to help with catering.

6.30 p.m Evening Service  E & M Soutter will welcome at the church doorway.

Monday 12th March

1.00 p.m. Guild Committee will meet in the Clyde Room.

Tuesday 13th March

1.30 p.m. Friendly Hour – We will be joined by a speaker who will tell us about Crossreach.  Tea and coffee will be served as usual, all welcome.

7.30 p.m. SALT Bible Study Group meets in the Millennium Room.

Wednesday 14th March

7.00 p.m. Kirk Session meets (Finance & Accounts)

Thursday 15th March

 10.30 a.m. Bible Study Group This group meets weekly, please come along and join us.

12.15 p.m. Midweek Service in the Church Sanctuary.  The service will last about 15-30 minutes, everyone is welcome to come along.

 Saturday 17th March

St John’s Gift Day – reference is made to this in the March Church magazine under Session News.  Money raised will be split between St John’s Fabric Fund and Path of Renewal.  Envelopes will be provided with that magazine and will also be available at Church doors and in the Centre from now on.  Your support will be greatly appreciated and please remember to Gift Aid your contribution if you are entitled to do so.

 Sunday 18th March

 10.45 a.m. Morning Worship

 5.15 p.m. Food for Thought

 6.30 p.m. Evening Service – A Magowan & B Anderson  will be on door duty 

Pupils from St John’s Primary, Right Respecting Schools Committee, will be joining us at our evening service on 18th March to tell us about the work they have been doing in accordance with the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development (that we have been looking at in our Lent Group and Lent Evening Worship). They will seek to challenge us on how we might be able to work together in the future.  Hopefully this worship event will be well supported by our own congregation (in this Year of Young People) to encourage the pupils in their endeavours, to foster new working relationships between St John’s Parish Church and St John’s Primary School, and to allow us to be inspired into action by their example.