Dunlop Parish Church
Sunday 15th October 2017
Scottish Charity No: 000447
Readings: Psalm 146, Luke 16 : 19 – 31
Praise : 160, 193, 426, 456, 644
You are warmly invited to join us for tea or coffee in the servery area of the church after the service.
Welcome back to Eleanor Hood who is leading Worship this morning while Alison is on holiday.
Dunlop Circle of Care. We would like volunteers to help visit and befriend people in our community.
If you could spare time to visit once or twice a month please speak to Alison, Margo or Irene for more information. Lady and Gentleman volunteers are urgently required.
‘Exploring the Bible’ will return to meeting on Tuesdays at 10.15 in Caldwell Church Hall. We will continue to examine the Psalms, but do come along with suggestions with further topics. The discussion is lively and you will be made very welcome.
The Wednesday Coffee raised over £138 for Macmillan Nurses.on the morning of the Flu Clinic.
Elders, your communion cards are in the vestry area of the church, ready for distribution before Communion on Sunday 29th October. Lesley.
A group from our Presbytery are visiting Uganda on 30th October and hope to take resources for schools and funding for work with children and adults with disabilities. Anyone who would like to make a donation should contact Elizabeth Higton, Darvel Church, 01560 321180 or 07702260298 firstname.lastname@example.org OR Dr. Jim McHardy, St. Kentigern’s Church 07929912150. Thanks, Alison.
URGENT REQUEST FOR TENORS ! – Kilmarnock & District Choral Union urgently needs more tenors as we work towards the Christmas Concert. Our weekly rehearsal on Monday nights is at 7.30 in Grange Academy. You are most welcome to come along soon and give it a “go”. All you need is a good ear for music and be able to hold a tune. No audition is required.
Enquiries please to Choir Secretary: Ellen MacLeod, email email@example.com
Dunlop Church - Open Sunday Afternoons
Dunlop Kirk will be open from 2pm to 4pm every Sunday until the end of October.
You will be very welcome to drop in to spend time in a peaceful building, look at the beautiful stained glass windows or just have a cup of tea and a chat.
Greeting cards (suitable for Christmas and everyday) and the booklet on the stained glass are on sale.
On 22nd October, Sadie (our organist) and Carol (a choir member) will provide an informal musical background so please come along and feel free just to listen or to participate and to singalong!