This weeks intimations
Mary’s Meals Update
Thank you to everyone who supported the Harvest offering. So far, you have raised £774.50 for Mary’s Meals. This is an increase of £200 from last year’s Harvest offering.
A call to witness on the streets
A Global Day of Action is planned for Saturday 6th November in Glasgow and around the world. Gathering at Kelvingrove Park from 11.30am and will parade through the city streets, arriving in Glasgow Green at 3pm. Faith and belief communities will be a specific part of this rally and the Church of Scotland are looking for as many congregations as possible to be there.
Kirk Session recently discussed setting up an eco – committee. If you would like to know more about this, then please speak with Sarah Spence. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming an eco-congregation visit www.ecocongregationscotland.org
20 tips for more sustainable living
Visit www.goodenergy.co.uk/blog/2017/08/22/ultimate-guide-eco-friendly-living/ for ideas of how we can all live more sustainable earth friendly and neighbour loving lives.
Essential Pastoral Cover
The Rev Neil Urquhart of Fullarton Church will be providing essential pastoral cover from 18-24th October, Neil can be contacted on 01294 279909.
Prayer and Praise Night in Support of Crossing Together on Wednesday 27th October from 7:30pm
All are welcome to this evening of prayer and praise as we seek God’s vision and blessing on this fresh expression of Church. If you can help with driving others who don’t have transport, please contact Aylice Millar on 07510 170 167. The address for SatNav is Crofthead, Bourtreehill, KA11 1JX.
You are invited to share the Lord’s Supper on Sunday 7th November. This will be an all-age service.
COFFEE CLUB will open on Tuesdays in the Church Hall at the usual time of 10.30 -12.00. There will be a few changes in our routine to comply with safety measures and guidelines. We hope to welcome our friends old and new to enjoy tea/ coffee and a delicious home baked scone.
Livestream and online services
Our Sunday worship services are livestreamed and can be accessed via our YouTube and Facebook pages. Videos of services are also uploaded for later viewing. Please search for “Dreghorn and Springside Church” to find our pages and subscribe for quick links and updates.
Camera and audio recording
The livestream camera is focused on the chancel area only. The camera begins livestreaming as the service starts and finishes after we have sung the blessing. Please note that audio of the organ music is being recorded as the congregation gathers and leaves the building.
We are keeping up-to-date with the latest COVID guidance and have stewards available at the church buildings on a Sunday morning to provide support. You will be most welcome, but if you are experiencing a new continuous cough, fever, loss of taste or smell then join us online instead.
Restoration of the Clock
We’re on the lookout for items from the bottom drawer that have been forgotten, collectables, antiques, car parts (batteries etc.) all to fund the restoration of the clock. Please contact Freddie on 01294 217936 for more details and to make a donation.
Thought for the Week
Thought for the Week reflections and prayers starts again this week. Please visit our website at: www.dreghornspringsidechurch.co.uk/church-news/thought-for-the-week/