TEA AND COFFEE will be served in the Fraser Hall after the morning service. All welcome.
THE RETIRING OFFERING TODAY is on behalf of Erskine Hospital.
2017 CLARKSTON CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON SATURDAY 18TH NOVEMBER 12 NOON TO 5PM.
Greenbank will once again host a tea tent at this event. This is an opportunity to offer Greenbank’s renowned hospitality to the local community. Volunteers are needed to staff the tent at hourly internals during the event and home baking is also required. If you can help please contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 644 1395. Alternatively please write your name on the sheet which has been placed in the Centenary Chapel at the time slot/s of your choosing.
A NEW DISTRICT VISITOR (male or female) is required for Eaglesham (11 visits). Any willing person please con tact Margot or Gordon Blyth (0141 638 7646).
ARTICLES FOR THE DECEMBER EDITION OF GOOD NEIGHBOUR should be received at the Church Office by today.
A LEARNING DISABILITY CONTACT FOR GREENBANK is required. If you would be willing to become Greenbank’s contact person, which would involve receiving infrequent communications from the Mission & Discipleship council of the Church of Scotland, as they attempt to set up a network that can support, encourage and resource each other, please contact the church office on 644 1841 or email@example.com
INDUCTION OF REV SCOTT BLYTHE TO STAMPERLAND PARISH CHURCH – The Session Clerk of Stamperland Parish Church, Norman Bolton, has invited members of Greenbank to attend Rev Scott Blythe’s induction, which takes place on Thursday, 30th November at 7pm. The service of induction will be followed by a short social event after which tea, coffee and home baking will be served. Formally, the induction is to “Stamperland in deferred linkage with Netherlee” and so the induction has significance for Netherlee as well as Stamperland. This will be the first time two churches in the Clarkston area will be heading towards imminent linkage (and, eventually, union) and so will be something of a landmark event.
Scott comes to Stamperland having spent most of the last ten years as a pastor in the Presbyterian Church of North America. Prior to moving to America, Scott served as a detective with the Metropolitan Police, as a university chaplain in Aberdeen and as a Church of Scotland minister in several parishes in Edinburgh.
CHRISTMAS CARDS are on sale today in the Fraser Hall after the morning service to raise funds for the Lodging House Mission. Cards cost £3.50 for a pack of 10. Come and see the selection which is available.
WHAT’S ON IN GREENBANK
A PRAYERS FOR HEALING SERVICE will take place in the CHURCH at 6.30pm on 19th November – all welcome. Prayer requests can be written on the pew cards and inserted in the Prayer Box at the front door of the church.
Making a return visit to THE GUILD on Wednesday afternoon is Chris Scott. We greatly enjoyed his talk on TV Humour and now look forward to Part 2. All welcome.
FRIENDSHIP CAFE meets every Friday at 10am (except the last one of each month when you are invited to the Lunch Club). Why not come along to the church halls for a cup of tea and a blether. Bring a friend – the more the merrier! Blair Miller (577 5449)
THE NEXT MEETING OF THE GREENBANK FILM SOCIETY will be held on Monday 13th November 2017 at 7.30pm in the Session House when the BAFTA award winning film, “Brooklyn” will be shown. This romantic drama, starring Saoirse Ronan and Domhnall Gleeson, with contributions from Jim Broadbent and Julie Walters, is in the style of how films used to be made. All welcome.
CLARKSTON COMMUNITY CHOIR CHRISTMAS CONCERT takes place on 6th December at 7:30pm in Greenbank Parish Church. Tickets £5, available on the door.
SCOTTISH INTERFAITH WEEK as part of Interfaith week, Interfaith Glasgow and St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art invite you to an informal, interfaith dialogue on Poetry and Spirituality with award-winning poet and meditation teacher, Alan Spence & internationally renowned Professor of Literature and Theology, David Jasper. Sunday 12th November, 2pm-4pm, St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, 2 Castle Street, G4 0RH, Free, ALL WELCOME!
SLEEP IN THE PARK – a mass sleep-out to end homelessness in Scotland. For Good. Saturday 9th December.
We now have a team of four people taking part – our minister, Jeanne, along with Annrose Bisset, Hilary Carswell, and Alison Allan. They will sleep out in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, overnight on Saturday, 9th December, with 9,000 others. Anyone who wants to join them should speak to Jeanne (644 1395) email: JRoddick@churchofscotland.org.uk or Alison Allan (638 3916) email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsorship of those taking part would be much appreciated. This can be done after the morning service during tea/coffee. All money raised will be invested in a nationwide jobs programme for the homeless; new housing and accommodation models; addiction rehabilitation facilities; and Social Bite food provision – all measures to try to end homelessness in Scotland. For Good. We can do this. We just need you. Thank you for your support.
ANYONE WHO WISHES TO JOIN OR KNOW MORE ABOUT GREENBANK or knows someone who would appreciate a visit from the Minister in hospital or wishes to be prayed for, is invited to fill out one of the POSTCARDS placed on the pew boards. Completed postcards can be handed to welcome team members at the church door or posted through the letterbox at the entrance to the halls.
NB: IN ORDER TO MAXIMISE THE LIFE SPAN OF OUR DRAINS AND DRIVE WAY SURFACE, VEHICULAR ACCESS TO THE CHURCH IS ONLY FOR THOSE WITH LIMITED MOBILITY AND THOSE DELIVERING ITEMS TO THE CHURCH AND HALLS. YOUR SUPPORT AND COMPLIANCE WITH THIS WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.
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