The World Day of Prayer Service due to take place in Hamilton: St John’s Parish Church on Friday 2nd March at 7pm has been postponed due to the weather. This service will hopefully be rescheduled at a later date.
What’s On …
Evening Duty: 21.06.15 – F Dodds & R Jackson
28.06.15 – S Gray & F Landery
Our service this morning is in celebration of all the young people within our church.
The 30th Lanarkshire Scout Group have 2 leaders retiring. Whilst we wish Alan Thom and Alex Orr well in their retirement, there is now an opportunity for anyone interested in taking up a leadership role. If you want to know more please contact Derek Ballantyne, Group Scout Leader – email: email@example.com
Wednesday 24th June
Book Corner – Meeting at 10.30am in the Millennium Room, anyone who is interested in the work of the Book Corner will be very welcome.
Thursday 25th June
Continuing our new midweek service, at 12:15pm in the Church sanctuary. The
service will last about 15-30 minutes, so please come along and invite a friend.
Next Sunday 28th June
10.45am: All-Age Summer Worship conducted by Rev Joanne Hood (with crèche for under 3’s, and themed activity packs available)
6.30pm Summer Songs of Praise in the Church
Summer Worship times – from 5th July morning worship will be at 10am and instead of evening services worshippers will be conducting short Sundown reflections at 9pm. Anyone interested in helping with these should speak to, or contact, Helen Hunter.
We thoroughly enjoyed participating at Heart and Soul 2015 in Princes Street Gardens Edinburgh two weeks ago. We met lots of people from churches all round Scotland and telling them about the work we do at St John’s.
Here is a picture of our team hard at work.
Our Minister, Joanne Hood was also there representing the Church of Scotland as part of the Heart and Soul Swing Band.
The Heart and Soul Swing Band.
Well done to all those who helped organise the Hamilton, St John’s tent which was on display at the Church of Scotland’s Heart and Soul celebration in Princes’s Street Gardens Edinburgh last Sunday.
It it was nice to see St John’s playing it’s part in the work of the Church as well as sharing with others our experience what we do here in Hamilton as well as taking the opportunity to talk to them and to learn from them.
A big thank you to all of those who collected and counted money for Christian Aid last week. A further thanks to those who took part in our outdoor tent providing music entertainment to the those in the town centre. A particular thanks go to the pupils from Hamilton Grammar School who played their part and helped show that “community” is alive and kicking in Hamilton.