W/C Sunday 26th August 2018

With sadness we announce the death of Mrs Brown. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday 28th August at 11.45 am at South Lanarkshire Crematorium. Please remember her family and friends at this time.

This is the last Sunday of Summer Worship. From next week, Sunday 2nd September, Morning Worship resumes at 10.45 a.m. and the Evening Service will resume at 6.30 p.m.

We are looking for cardboard egg boxes (6 pack). Please bring in any that you may have between now and the end of September, thank you.

Sunday 26th August
10.30 a.m.  Morning Worship
  8.30 p.m. Sundown Service

Sunday 2nd September
10.45 a.m  Morning Worship
No service at the Avonbridge Care Home today
3.00 p.m.  Afternoon Communion Service
6.30 p.m.  Evening Service

Thursday 6th September
12.15 p.m. Midweek Services resume in the Church Sanctuary. The services last 15-30 minutes, everyone is welcome to come along.

Saturday 8th September
Songs from the Shows Hillhouse Parish Church are hosting an evening of ‘Songs from the Shows’, performed by Hamilton Operatic Concert Party. This will take place in Hillhouse Church, on Saturday 8th September 2018 at 7.30 p.m.. Ticket price £5 and includes tea, coffee and homebaking. If anyone would like tickets please contact Mr Iain MacLean on 07871960193

W/C Sunday 19th August

Morning Worship will be at 10.30 a.m.and instead of evening services, worshipers will conduct a short Sundown Service at 8.30 p.m.  During morning worship either we will follow a ‘Time to Worship’ format for all ages or Children’s activities will been arranged.

 The Centre is closed for the summer and will reopen at 10.00 a.m. on 20th August.

Sunday 19th August
10.30 a.m. Morning Worship

St John’s ‘Centre’ Magazine: All material for the September issue must be with the Editor TODAY, NO LATER. Remember this is your magazine, your news and articles would be much appreciated. If you have anything you would like in the magazine, items can be left in the top right basket marked Magazine Editors in the rack outside the office or sent be email to: office @stjohnshamilton.org.uk

Elders: Communion Cards are available from the office today

8.30 p.m. Sundown Service

Saturday 25th August
11.00 a.m. Christian Aid Powerwalk – Whitelee Windfarm, Eaglesham,
The Powerwalk, a 3 or 7 mile sponsored walk around Whitelee Windfarm led by the Church of Scotland Moderator, the Right Rev Susan Brown and the Head of Christian Aid Scotland, Sally Foster-Fulton, is to raise awareness of climate change and raise money to help some of the world’s poorest communities badly affected by climate change.  For more information please see the poster and information leaflet on the notice board in the corridor.

Saturday 8th September

Songs from the Shows Hillhouse Parish Church are hosting an evening of ‘Songs from the Shows’, performed by Hamilton Operatic Concert Party. This will take place in Hillhouse Church, on Saturday 8th September 2018 at 7.30 p.m. Ticket price £5 and includes tea, coffee and homebaking. If anyone would like tickets please contact Mr Iain MacLean on 07871 960193.

W/C Sunday 12th August 2018

Morning Worship will be at 10.30 a.m.and instead of evening services, worshipers will conduct a short Sundown Service at 8.30 p.m.  During morning worship either we will follow a ‘Time to Worship’ format for all ages or Children’s activities will been arranged.

 The Centre is closed for the summer and will reopen at 10.00 a.m. on 20th August.

Sunday 12th August
10.30 a.m. Morning Worship Monica Woodhouse from the Place of Restoration will be speaking during our morning worship about the work of the Place of Restoration and the work our contributions have helped to fund.

St John’s ‘Centre’ Magazine: All material for the September issue must be with the Editor by NEXT Sunday 19th AugustNO LATER. Remember this is your magazine, your news and articles would be much appreciated. If you have anything you would like in the magazine, items can be left in the top right basket marked Magazine Editors in the rack outside the office or sent be email to: office @stjohnshamilton.org.uk

Saturday 25th August
11.00 a.m. Christian Aid Powerwalk – Whitelee Windfarm, Eaglesham,
The Powerwalk, a 3 or 7 mile sponsored walk around Whitelee Windfarm led by the Church of Scotland Moderator, the Right Rev Susan Brown and the Head of Christian Aid Scotland, Sally Foster-Fulton, is to raise awareness of climate change and raise money to help some of the world’s poorest communities badly affected by climate change.  For more information please see the poster and information leaflet on the notice board in the corridor.

W/C Sunday 5th August 2018

Morning Worship will be at 10.30 a.m.and instead of evening services, worshipers will conduct a short Sundown Service at 8.30 p.m.  During morning worship either we will follow a ‘Time to Worship’ format for all ages or Children’s activities will been arranged.

 The Centre is closed for the summer and will reopen at 10.00 a.m. on 20th August.

Sunday 5th August
10.30 a.m. Morning Worship
Due to the Centre being painted there will be no tea/coffee following the service and the Book Corner will not be open.

Life and Work – now available for collection.

2.00 p.m. Avonbridge Care Home – monthly service at the home.

8.30 p.m. Sundown Service

Saturday 11th August
10.30 a.m. Messy Church – Hamilton St John’s Parish Church
The theme of this event is Hidden Treasures.  It would help with planning if you could let us know if you are coming along.  Email us or contact us via our Facebook page Messy Church at St John’s Hamilton


Sunday 12th August
10.30 a.m. Morning Worship Monica Woodhouse from the Place of Restoration will be speaking during our morning worship about the work of the Place of Restoration and the work our contributions have helped to fund.

Saturday 25th August
11.00 a.m. Christian Aid Powerwalk – Whitelee Windfarm, Eaglesham,
The Powerwalk, a 3 or 7 mile sponsored walk around Whitelee Windfarm led by the Church of Scotland Moderator, the Right Rev Susan Brown and the Head of Christian Aid Scotland, Sally Foster-Fulton, is to raise awareness of climate change and raise money to help some of the world’s poorest communities badly affected by climate change.  For more information please see the poster and information leaflet on the notice board in the corridor.