to the kirk – and a special welcome to Mairi Leach who is playing the
organ at Stenton. Today we celebrate the baptism of Christ. May the peace
of God go with you!
Coffee is served after morning worship
at Stenton and from 10-15am in the Stables, Prestonkirk.
Flowers have been arranged by Angie
Simpson (Stenton) and Jane Curran
(Prestonkirk). Our readers are James/Barbara Wyllie (Stenton) and Joyce
Children are always welcome to worship
with us. At Stenton, there is an activity for the children after the children’s
address. At Prestonkirk, children over three are invited to attend the Sunday
School in the Stables after the second hymn.
Crèche in the Smeaton Room.
Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated after morning worship at
Stenton and Prestonkirk.
The 4U Group
meets in the Stables at 12-15pm today.
continues on Wednesday in the Village
Hall, Stenton at 4pm – ‘Telling Tales
11 – The Baptism of Jesus’.
Next Sunday, the
4U Group is organising a Bake Stall in
the Stables after morning worship at Prestonkirk to raise much needed funds for
the Winter Night Shelter at Bethany Christian Trust. It costs £21 per bed space
or £260,000 per winter!
meets on Tuesday 22 January at 2-15pm in
the Stables. Chita Campbell will be talking about ‘The Butterfly Foundation’.
Bible Experience begins in February and runs for eight weeks. To date, we have
four reading groups. The minister is
gathering together a group of people who would be interested in reading the
first portion of the Old Testament and meeting every Thursday in February and
March 5-6pm in the Stables. If you would
like to join him, please come to the Stables on Thursday 7 February at 5pm for your copy of the Old Testament.
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