Welcome to the kirk and this celebration of the Sacrament. A
special welcome to members of the kirk who usually worship at Stenton. May the
peace of God be with you!
Coffee is served after morning worship at Stenton and from 10-15am
Flowers arranged by Kirstine McKenzie. Readers are
Jo Gray (Stenton) and Sally
Children are always welcome to worship with us. Children over three are invited to attend the Sunday School in the
Stables after the second hymn and return for the Sacrament later on. Creche in
the Smeaton Room.
there will be a reception for the congregation in the kirk to mark the
minister’s retirement. Everyone is welcome to attend this. The minister will be
at the kirk door to greet all those who are unable to stay.
The Guild meets on Tuesday at 2-15pm in the
Stables. There will be a celebration of the Sacrament and an Act of Dedication
for the start of the new session.
On Friday, Stenton Primary School are
celebrating their Harvest Festival in Stenton Kirk at 9-30am. Members of kirk
and community are invited to attend.
The minister will be on Study Leave from 12
October-2 November. Morning worship next Sunday will be conducted by Eddie
Yeoman. Anyone requiring the services of a minister should contact the Revd. Neil Watson t: 01368
Many thanks to Alastair McConnachie and his
team for organising the Harvest Lunch. As a consequence, £303-85 was raised for
church funds. The Smartie Challenge has exceeded its target and raised £1,020.
In addition, £321 was collected for Christian Aid at the
Harvest Songs of Praise at Whittingehame. Many thanks indeed.
The McMillan Coffee Morning organised by Pat
Carmichael raised £335-50. Well done!
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