Welcome to the kirk and a special welcome to the Revd. Ian Scott who is preaching whilst he minister is on holiday this weekend. May the peace of God be with you!
Coffee is served after morning worship at Stenton and from 10-15am in the Stables, Prestonkirk.
Flowers arranged by Susan Kinnaird (Stenton) and Margaret Morrison (Prestonkirk). Readers are Rodger/Emma Maguire (Stenton) and Marco Horn (Prestonkirk).
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 are invited to go down to the Stables after the second hymn for a related craft activity. Crèche in the Smeaton Room.
The Sunday School at Prestonkirk and the 4U Group resume next Sunday at the usual times.
The J-Team meets on Wednesday 25 April at 4pm in the Village Hall, Stenton. We will be thinking about Daniel and the Space Academy.
Following the success of last year’s initiatives, we are organising a series of fundraisers for Christian Aid. If you would like to organise a Coffee Morning, Afternoon Tea or other event with your friends and raise some money for Christian Aid, please contact Anne Masson t: 01368 850317.
The Stenton Singers have a concert with wine and savouries on 28 April at 7-30pm and a concert with Daffodil Tea on 29 April at 3pm both in the Village Hall, Stenton. Tickets cost £10 for Homestart, Dunbar and Dunbar Twinning. Available from Moya Ramsay t: 01368 850283.
‘The Rugged Pathway’ – An East Lothian Pilgrimage on Saturday 5 May beginning at St. Mary’s, Haddington at 9-45am and finishing at St. Mary’s, Whitekirk at 4-30pm, passing through Prestonkirk at 2-00pm. There will be tea/coffee available at the Stables. If you can help with this, please let the minister know. For more information contact Wendy Wilson e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copies of Pews News are available in DJ Malcolm’s and Votadini. Items for next week’s issue should be sent to the Revd. David D. Scott t: 860227 or e: email@example.com