TEA AND COFFEE will be served in the Fraser Hall after the morning service. All welcome.
COLLECTION OF LIFE & WORK – Please note, as is normal practice in the summer months, Life & Work will not be delivered by the district visitors. Subscribers can now collect their July edition and their August edition will be ready for collection on 29th July from the Flower Room.
EAGLESHAM ROAD – CARRIAGEWAY RESURFACING: Phase 2: 30th July to 12th August involves the closure of Eaglesham Road northbound with southbound traffic allowed passage. Side road junctions will require to be closed as the work progresses. Suitable diversion routes for associated road closures will be signed.
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 email@example.com
GREENBANK GROUNDS COMMITTEE – volunteers welcome at 7pm on Tuesdays.
REBECCACARMICHAEL’S AFTERNOON TEA FUNDRAISER FOR MALAWI, Saturday 18th August, 2pm-4pm at Greenbank Church Halls. Various Stalls; Entry £3. For more info please contact Sandra Williams on 07855 141097.
FILIGRANE ensemble vocal, “Storms and Dreams”, music by Reger, Elgar, Distler and Bergel. Filigrane Choir of Strasbourg (France) conducted by Jean-Philippe Billmann. Sunday 29th July at St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral (Glasgow) at 3.30pm. Free Entry.
LODGING HOUSE MISSION ANNUAL FUNDRAISING DAY – The annual sponsored cycle is taking place on 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 today. Alison Allan (638 3916)
WEEKLY SINGING CLASS FOR WOMEN – STARTS SEPTEMBER – Do you enjoy singing? Would you like to learn how to warm up and develop your voice from a professional singer and vocal coach? If so, this class is for you!
Join Louise from 11.00am – 12 noon on Wednesdays in the Cowley Hall – classes start on 5th September 2018. No auditions are necessary and you don’t have to read music. Classes will focus on vocal warm ups and exercises to give your voice a workout, while learning about basic elements of singing technique. Most of all we’ll have fun.
£64 (8 week course). For more information and to register, please contact Louise on 07759472970 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
SLEEP IN THE PARK, SATURDAY 8 DECEMBER 2018 in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen. Why? To end homelessness. Details: www.sleepinthepark.co.uk All ages can take part through Big and Wee Sleep Outs.
Last year, the moderator “slept out” in Princes Street gardens on the coldest night of the year to support the work of Social Bite and to highlight the plight of the homeless. Many ministers and church folk joined him and together they raised both awareness and funds. This year, as someone who likes a good sleep and the comfort of her bed, I’m being asked to do likewise – aaargh! Which is why I need your support and help … please remember me in your prayers. But please would you consider joining me? There’s warmth in numbers! This year there are to be four places to sleep out and there is also going to be a “Wee Sleep Oot” for younger people (details to be released soon). Could you involve your youth organisations? Local schools? As well as enthuse lots of grown-ups to join in? I wonder if, at a time of year when we will be remembering a young, homeless couple having their firstborn welcomed into the world in an outhouse, you might consider making this your Christmas project. 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. It is ambitious, and aims to bring together all sorts of groups working in this area. It will also be a long term commitment – but for the sake of the all too many on our streets, we need to go down it. While I might be worrying about being left out in the cold, alone for one night, there are far too many for whom that happens every night of the year. Let’s not live with that. Let’s be radical and help things to change.
Rt. Rev. Susan M. Brown, Moderator, General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
EAGLESHAM COMMUNITY CLUB, Carswell Centre, Montgomery Street, Eaglesham, G76 0AS, first Tuesday of the month, 2pm to 4pm. 2018 Programme: 7th August – Tea and chat; 4th September – Fire Brigade; 2nd October – History of Pollok House; 6th November – DVD, I. M. Jolly; 4th December – 0Christmas gathering
THEFLOWER LIST FOR 2018 is available on the transept windowsill. Anyone wishing to donate flowers is invited to add their name at the date of their choice.
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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