After 14 years of service to the Guiding Movement within Greenbank Parish, I have decided to step down as Rainbow Leader of the 2nd Clarkston Rainbows Unit from May 2018. So we are actively looking for someone to take over the running of the unit from September 2018.
If you or anyone you know would be interested in taking over the Rainbows, please don’t hesitate to contact me on the number below. Sadly, if we don’t find anyone to take over the unit it will close. June Lamont (Please contact the Church......
COULD YOU VOLUNTEER TO HELP AT THE SNAP YOUTH GROUP ON ONE SATURDAY NIGHT BETWEEN NOW AND CHRISTMAS? It would be particularly helpful to have another volunteer on 30th September, 28th October and 9th December. If you can help on any of these dates please contact the church office or email email@example.com...
HELP! HELP! HELP! HELP! HELP! Help is needed. In whatever age, size, shape or form. Please come along and join us for some Fun and Games at our Easter Holiday Club from 10am-12pm from Monday 10th April to Friday 14th April. We’d be pleased to see you anytime, on each or any day you can manage. Also, please collect your egg boxes for us. They can be left in the bag in the Hall of Friendship. Phone Alison Harvey 638 3679/07742282870 for any further information....
POSTIES REQUIRED – Greenbank needs your help to deliver the leaflets about the Easter and Holy Week services round the Parish. Bundles of leaflets with the street or part of street attached can be picked up from the front of the Centenary Chapel. Thank you very much in anticipation of your participation....
‘VOLUNTEERING VOCATIONS’, A GAP YEAR SCHEME FOR YOUNG ADULTS AGED 18 – 25, has been running since 2015, and has proved a positive and inspiring experience for volunteers and their placement congregations alike. The Ministries Council of the Church of Scotland is hoping to continue the programme with a new group of volunteers in 2017–18. The programme offers a fantastic opportunity for young people to gain experience of the different types of work within a parish or project in a supported environment, whilst exploring any potential call to serve the Church in......
Christmas can’t come too early. At least when it comes to delivering this year’s leaflets inviting the community to our Christmas services round the houses in the Parish. Bundles of leaflets with a label indicating the street and house numbers to be covered are at the front of the Centenary Chapel. We would be very grateful for your help in extending our invitation to share Christmas with us and for participating in one of our major outreach activities of the year....
After ten years’ service Douglas and Hillary Carswell have resigned as Sunday Club Superintendents. Sincere thanks are owed to them for all their dedicated work with the children during this time. The Sunday Club is now looking for a new superintendent. If you are interested in the position please speak to the minister....
HOME BAKING REQUIRED. As you know Jeanne’s installation as Moderator of Glasgow Presbytery takes place on Sunday 26th June. There will be a number of invited guests, as well as members of Presbytery and of course ourselves. Tea and coffee will be served afterwards and it would be really good if members of the congregation could provide some of Greenbank’s legendary home baking for the occasion. Donations can be handed in before or after the morning service on the 26th. Thank you very much in anticipation of your generosity....
National Youth Assembly 2016 National Youth Assembly will now take place on 19th – 22nd August NOT 12th – 15th August as originally advertised. The event is held at Gartmore House near Stirling, beginning at 5pm on Friday 19th and ending at 5pm on Monday 22nd August. If you are aged 17 to 25 inclusive and are interested in voicing your opinions and actively participating in decision making within the Church of Scotland as well as connecting with other Christians please contact the minister on 644 1395. The discussion topics this year......
CHRISTIAN AID WEEK this year is from 15-21st May. Volunteers are needed to fulfil our target of visiting every home within the Parish to carry out door to door collections. If you would like to be a collector, please come to the front of the church following the service on 15th May where you will receive an envelope containing all you will need to collect within your allocated district. Donations should be returned to the church on Friday 20th May between 7pm and 9pm, or on Tuesday 24th May between 7pm and 8pm.......