This Week's Intimations

ST NINIANS OLD PARISH CHURCH

Sunday 20th January 2019

Intimations 

Visitors are invited to sign the Visitors book in the vestibule.
There is a loop system for people with hearing aids.
Please feel free to remain seated during the singing of the hymns.

There will be tea, coffee and biscuits in the Parish Halls following the service.
Please join us for a further time of fellowship.

The Church Library which is in the middle room of the Parish Halls will be open after the service this morning.

The Bible Reading Rota for the coming months is now available in the main vestibule of the Church. If you would like to read the lessons please put your name on the Rota against the Sunday of your choice.

There are still some spaces on the Flower Calendar for this year.

Tickets for the Burns Supper on Tuesday are available in the McMichael Chapel today. (£10)

The Kirk Session will meet in the Parish Halls on Thursday at 7:30pm.
Apologies for absence should be given to the Session Clerk.

Rob Halligan will perform at a concert in the North Church on Saturday at 7:30pm. Rob uses his music to raise awareness of the work being done with vulnerable children in some of the poorest places in the world. Tickets cost £8 and can be booked online at stirlingnorth.org/robhalligan

Worship Leader Training – A committee of Presbytery is collating material for the training of those leading worship and those who would like to be involved in this in the future. If you would like to know more please speak to the Minister or Session Clerk or contact the Rev Maggie Roderick on MRoderick@churchofscotland.org.uk

The Craft Group will resume in February.

Start Up Stirling – Donations of food and money can be left at the Church on a Sunday morning.

Sunday 27thJanuary

10:30am - Morning Service

1pm – Service in Eccles Court

1.30pm – Service in Westerlands Care Home

3:30 - 6pm - Messy Church in the Parish Halls

This is for children and adults. There will be craft work, songs, fun and food!

There are registration forms in the McMichael Chapel today; they can also be downloaded from the website.