Welcome to the kirk – and this celebration of the
Sacrament. May the peace of God go with you!
Coffee is served after morning worship in Stenton and
from 10-15am in Prestonkirk.
Flowers have been arranged by Jo Gray (Stenton) and Mary Watson (Prestonkirk). Readers are Angie
Simpson (Stenton) and Elizabeth0 Cowan
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. Creche in the Smeaton Room.
The 4U Group
meets at 12-15pm in the Stables today. £341 raised for the Winter Night Shelter
at Bethany Christian Trust. Many thanks!
meets on Tuesday at 2-15pm in the
Stables – ‘Talk on the Wild Side’ with Ms Sam Ranscombe.
The J-Team continues on Wednesday in the Village Hall, Stenton at 4pm – ‘Telling Tales 14 – Captain of the Storm ’.
Athelstaneford Church is organising a
Quiz Night on Friday at 7 for 7-30 in aid of church funds. Come along and join
a team or bring a foursome with you! More details on the noticeboard in the
Bible Experience begins this month and runs for eight weeks. The minister is
gathering together a group of people who would be interested in reading and meeting
on Thursdays 5-6pm in the Stables. If you would like to
join him, please come to the Stables on Thursday at 5pm for your copy of the Old Testament.
Date for your Diary – Saturday 23 March an evening with ‘Traprain’s Got Talent’ in the
Community Hall, East Linton. Why not volunteer to perform on your own, with
your family, as a group … Contact Gill Watson e: firstname.lastname@example.org and t: 860438.
Copies of Pews
News are available in DJ Malcolm’s, the Post Office and Votadini. Items for
next week’s issue should be sent to the Revd. David D. Scott t: 860227 or e: email@example.com