Dunlop Parish Church
Sunday 6th August 2017
Scottish Charity No: 000447
Readings: Ruth 4: 13 – 22 St. Matthew 28: 16 - 20
Praise : 132, 137, 527, 606, 543
Sermon: “What Lies Ahead?”
A warm welcome back to Rev Alan Garrity who is leading our worship for the next two Sundays.
You are warmly invited to join us for tea or coffee in the servery area of the church after the service.
Sunday School - this morning the Summer Crafts for the children continues during the church service. It will take the form of a wall collage which will be built up week by week starting on Sunday the 9th July and running through to the 13th August.
Dunlop Alzheimer’s Circle of Friends Musical Mindswill meet this Thursday, 10th August in the Church Hall from 2pm-4pm for a Sentimental Journey.
This will be an afternoon of songs and music from the forties with pictures from that era on the screen. Eddie will provide the music.
Everyone is welcome so come along and enjoy a good sing song.
Contact Susan Shorrock 482109 or Jean Spence 428593.
Dunlop Church - Open Sunday Afternoons
As in previous years, Dunlop Kirk will be open from 2pm to 4pm every Sunday until the end of October.
If you would like to spend some time in the Church to take a closer look at the beautiful stained glass windows, perhaps visit the “A” listed Clandeboyes Hall (built in 1641 and one of the first free schools in Scotland) or just to enjoy spending time in a peaceful building then please come along.
If you are out for a walk, why not drop by.
All visitors will be very welcome and, as always in Dunlop, tea, coffee and biscuits will be available.
Pastoral cover for the next week will be provided by Rev. Alan Garrity.
Tel: 01560 486879 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thought for the Week
“Time is a three-fold present: the present as we experience it, the past as present memory, and the future as a present expectation.”
St Augustine (of Hippo)
Dunlop Diary - Please note: There will be no Dunlop Diary in July and August, so the next Diary will be due to be delivered at the beginning of September.