Church Service Intimations


TEA AND COFFEE will be served in the Fraser Hall after the morning service. All welcome.

TODAY WE WELCOME the friends and family of Pamela and Steven and their sons, Callan James Robert Mowat and Logan Stephen Thomas Mowat and the friends and family of Karen and Michael and their daughter, Ruby Rosalind Marie Gallacher. Callan, Logan and Ruby will be baptised this morning. We pray that as Callan, Logan and Ruby seek to follow Jesus, they will know His love and presence in their lives.

THIS MORNING WE WELCOME BACK Martin Bennie, who will be accompanying our worship.

THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE KIRK SESSION THIS MORNING at11.45am in the Church. The purpose of the meeting is to approve a new printer for the church office.

FAIRTRADE GOODS will be on sale in the halls after the service this morning.

TEA/COFFEE ROTA: Volunteers are urgently required for16, 23 and 30 September, 14 October and the whole of December. If you or your organisation can help for one or more Sundays please add your details opposite the date/s of your choice on the rota in the Centenary Chapel. Thank you.

SUNDAY CLUB – The Sunday Club needs your help to ensure we have enough adults each week for the number of young people we have in our various sections! If you would be willing to help out regularly, occasionally, or on a rota basis, please speak to any of the Sunday Club leaders, or Helen Howard, or contact Helen on 585 7909 or

A REMINDER TO ALL GREENBANK COLOUR CIRCLERS to clean their palettes and brushes ready for the new session beginning on Tuesday, 4th September.

THE DELIVERY OF GOOD NEIGHBOUR will restart on 26th August. One district has no visitor at present: district 17 (Strathearn Road-9 homes). There are 9 Good Neighbours each year. If you can spare the time to cover one of these districts, contact Margot or Gordon Blyth (0141 638 7646).

FAMILY FITNESS FUNDRAISERSunday 26th August, 12noon – 5pm – loads of fitness fun to be had – classes at all levels; Beat the goalie; Bouncy castle; WII Just Dance; Games and races. But if fitness is not your thing come along and enjoy tea/coffee and home baking or grab lunch at the bbq. The money raised from the day will go towards Williamwood High School pupils 2019 trip to Malawi and helping the 2019 GB’s Special Olympics Team compete in Abu Dhabi. Lorna Preece.

SNAP COMMUNITY YOUTH CLUB is looking for volunteers to help on Saturday evenings 6.30pm-9.30pm during term time. If you feel you are able to give up a Saturday evening, even if it’s one evening per year, please contact Jeanne or email

LHM ANNUAL SPONSORED CYCLE DAY, Saturday 25th August 2018. The route is the same as last year, leaving from Glasgow Green, covering 18 miles, and finishing at LHM itself. Smaller routes of 5 and 10 miles are also planned, in the hope that more people will participate.A BBQ is laid on for supporters and hungry cyclists. Even if you are not participating, come along on the day to support the cyclists, see the premises and enjoy Archie and Mark’s fine barbeque. If you would like to take part, please let me know. So far, our participants are Mark Allan, Jennifer Allan, Bill Stein, James Roddick, Chris Adam, Susan Wilkie, Gordon Wilkie and Matthew Wilkie. Please support the LHM by sponsoring our team – there will be a sponsor form in the Fraser Hall after the service. Alison Allan (638 3916)

POWER WALK SPONSORED WALK FOR CHRISTIAN AID – Saturday, 25th August – Walk with the Church of Scotland Moderator around the UK’s largest onshore windfarm. 3 mile or 7 mile route and a pre-walk talk at 10am in Carswell Centre, Montgomery Street, Eaglesham. RSVP or for more info: Lucy on 221 7475 or

PLEASE NOTE – the Weekly Singing Class For Women which was due to start in September has now been cancelled.

SLEEP IN THE PARK, SATURDAY 8 DECEMBER 2018 in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen. Why? To end homelessness. Details: The Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Rt. Rev. Susan M. Brown, needs your support and help and would like you to consider joining her. This year there are to be 4 places to sleep out and there is also going to be a “Wee Sleep Oot” for younger people. Could you involve your youth organisations? Local schools? Grown-ups? The aim is to set Scotland off down the road to ending homelessness through a route that has been tried and tested in other parts of the world. Let’s be radical and help things to change.

EAGLESHAM COMMUNITY CLUB, Carswell Centre, Montgomery Street, Eaglesham, G76 0AS, first Tuesday of the month, 2pm to 4pm. Next meetings: 4th September: Fire Brigade; 2nd October: History of Pollok House.

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 any time during the week.


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