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

THE RETIRING OFFERING TODAY is on behalf of the Greenbank Missionary Fund.

THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF THE KIRK SESSION TOMORROW, MONDAY 6th November. The Agenda and Reports are now available in the Centenary chapel for those who have not received them by e-mail.

REMEMBRANCE DAY POPPIES are now available before and after the morning service at the front of the church.

CROHN’S AND COLITIS UK RAFFLE TICKETS – In January 2017, Millie Simpson (Aged 9) a member of our Sunday Club, was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. To help raise funds for crucial research projects, Millie will be selling raffle tickets on behalf of the charity Crohn’s and Colitis UK at the coffee break after the service TODAY. Raffle tickets cost £1 each and the top prize is £1000. The whole Simpson family would be very grateful for any support you could give.

ARTICLES FOR THE DECEMBER EDITION OF GOOD NEIGHBOUR should be received at the Church Office by Sunday                           12th November. DISTRICT VISITORS who have not already done so are asked to collect their copies of the November Good Neighbour and Life & Work from the room off the transept today please.

THE CHURCH OFFICE will be closed on Monday and Wednesday of next week.

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

CHRISTMAS CARDS will be 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.



THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION will be celebrated at 6.30pm with an All-Age Communion. After both Communion services there will be a retiring offering on behalf of the Greenbank Missionary Fund. On Remembrance Sunday, next week, the retiring offering will be for Erskine Hospital.

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.

TUESDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB: Come along to our first meeting in room A on Tuesday, 7th November, 7.30pm – 8.30pm.

Our speaker at THE GUILD on Wednesday afternoon is James Percival who is giving a talk on St. Kilda. 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)

CHRISTMAS FAIR – Saturday 11th November 10am- 1pm.  Tickets now on sale £2.00 and £1.00 for school age children. Donations for all stalls would be appreciated and should be brought along and placed in box in Hall of Friendship at any time or brought along to the hall on Friday 10th November.  We look forward to seeing you at the Fair and your continued support is very much appreciated. Thank you.

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.

COULD YOU VOLUNTEER TO HELP AT THE SNAP YOUTH GROUP ON ONE SATURDAY NIGHT? Another volunteer is needed on 11th November. Please contact the church office or email

THINKING ALLOWED LECTURE SERIES – Thursday 9th November, 7.30pm for 8pm at Orchardhill Parish Church. The speaker will be Very Rev. Lorna Hood. Lecture: “Srebrenica and the End of Ethnic Tolerance. A glass of wine or soft drink will be served from 7.30pm.

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!

THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND IS GETTING BACK ‘ON THE ROAD’ (11 NOVEMBER, 2pm-4pm, Renfield St Stephen’s Church, Glasgow) to share what we have learned from listening to church members and to listen to your feedback on our report. What we heard was that the Kirk must widen its reach, deepen its commitment and become more flexible in its approach if it is to meet the needs of 21st Century Scotland. The Councils of the Church have been drafting up the Strategic Plan as part of planning for the future. Come and join us again, or even for the first time, ‘On the Road’ as we look to feed back to you what we heard and where we have reached. These events are an open invitation to everyone connected with the Church. Whether you are a regular worshipper, or an occasional attender; whether you take a leadership role in your local Church or simply drop in from time to time – ‘On the Road’ wants to hear from you. If you can’t make the Glasgow date you can go along on 23rd November to St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church, Edinburgh, 7pm -9pm. There are also alternative dates in Dundee and Inverness.Booking is open now at: Group booking is available so bring others along with you!

SLEEP IN THE PARK – a mass sleep-out to end homelessness in Scotland. For Good. Saturday 9th December.

Will you join in? Our minister and some others from our congregation are hoping to take part – anyone who wants to join them should speak to Jeanne (644 1395) email: or Alison Allan (638 3916) email:



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