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04
Apr 2021
Latest Service Recording

We are now putting together a recording for the telephone service each week and are pleased to publish this on the website for your enjoyment We have removed the music from the recording to try and ensure that it doesn’t infringe copyright. Easter Day Service Recording...

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01
Apr 2021
Ministers Message April '21

Dear Friends In past years we would have gathered together for Holy Week and Easter day services in the church. As this is not entirely possible, our services in the next few weeks will be a combination of Zoom and physical services in the church. I am delighted to say that the young people of JAM will be leading Wednesday’s Holy Week service and on Maundy Thursday everyone is invited to come together, virtually in the church, and on Zoom from home, to remember the events of the upper room on the......

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30
Mar 2021
Flowering of the Easter Corss at Greenbank Church Clarkston

The following Easter services are scheduled and will be in the church as well as being broadcast via zoom. Maundy Thursday 7pm in church (no booking required) and on Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85703523045 Meeting ID: 857 0352 3045 Please bring along bread and wine for communion at home . Easter Day Family Worship  10.30am both in church (booking required) and on Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/757322655 Meeting ID: 757 322 655...

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23
Mar 2021
ANNUAL CHRISTIAN AID CLARKSTON ART SHOW

Don’t miss our 41st Show This most popular annual Art Sale will  be online during April at https://christianaidclarkstonartshow.org.uk/ No teas or coffees this time, but many framed and unframed paintings can be enjoyed and bought in the comfort of your own home. Many local professional and amateur artists are taking part. There is also a chance to take part in our Prize Draw.  In addition, donations can be made to Christian Aid for those not wishing to buy any paintings....

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23
Mar 2021
Kiltwalk for Christian Aid

https://www.justgiving.com/team/ClarkstonChristianAid The Clarkston Christian Aid Committee has decided to use this year’s Kiltwalk to raise money for Christian Aid. The Kiltwalk is an annual sponsored walk where walkers raise money for a good cause of their choice and the Hunter Foundation increases the money you raise by 50%. This year the event will be held 23rd-25th April and is a virtual event; each person is doing their own thing. Sarah Dinsdale-Young of St Aidan’s church is going to climb the steps at the end of her street (28 in total) over and......

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23
Mar 2021
Christian Aid Week Appeal 10 - 16 May 2021

Climate chaos is one of the greatest injustices we face. Together we STOP this climate crisis. Droughts are now more frequent and more intense due to the climate crisis. Rose and her family, and millions of people in Kenya, are struggling to get enough food and water. Your gift could help a community build an earth dam, so when the rains do come, they will have the water they need to live. People like Rose need every last drop to survive the drought. Together we STOP this climate crisis. Every envelope. Every gift. Every challenge can change lives. https://www.justgiving.com/team/ClarkstonChristianAid...

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01
Mar 2021
Ministers March 21 Message

Dear Friends, While there are no certainties yet, with the roll out of the vaccine programme the possibility of a return to meeting up once again with friends and family seems a little closer. It will probably take a while, but thanks to modern medicines and scientific research progress we now have hope that the restrictions we are currently living with will come to an end. I was tempted to write that we will return to normal but I am sceptical that the old normal can or will be returned to. Looking......

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29
Jan 2021
Ministers February 2021 Message

Dear Friends, I recently came across this photo which was taken last year on Shrove Tuesday at Willamwood High School. It seems like another world right now! Shrove Tuesday marks the day before Lent and this was the last day I was able to go into the school before lockdown. Although the Chaplaincy Team have managed to put together some Zoom presentations for the pupils since then, the photo offers a poignant reminder of what cannot be this Lent. Nothing, whether it is school, work, social, religious, or political lives, has been......

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