Teas and coffees in the Stables after the service. Come and meet together.
"House Group: The next House Group meeting is on Thursday 21 April from 7.45pm at the home of James and Dorothy Wildgoose, 7 Westpoint, Dunbar. The Group is open to all - so please feel free to come. A further note about House Groups and our continuing plans is on the website www.belhavenparishchurch.org.uk "
Advent Sunday Evening Service at St. Annes’ Church – 6-30 p.m. A warm invitation and wonderful music. Sunday 29th November
Teas and coffees in the Stables – a chance to meet and chat – and to check out the Traidcraft stall with its new Christmas cards and paper stock;
GUILD NEWS The Guild meeting is on Tuesday 24th November at 7.30pm in the Hall. Margaret Christison will speak about Caring creatively for bereaved children. All welcome
Poinsettias will again decorate the church from Sunday 13th December. The cost is £4 and Margaret Huggan will take orders.
Parcels (wrapped and marked "Male" or "Female") for the giving tree can be brought along on Sundays 6th and 13th December. They are then given to the Bethany Trust for distribution to the homeless.
Christmas Choir: calling all who would like to get together to sing carols in the service on Sunday December 13th…rehearsals will be at 10.30 am in the Stables on Sundays 22nd and 29th Nov, 6th Dec, and in the Church on 13th Dec. All welcome!
Spott Community Association Invite you to an Open Afternoon to view the newly refurbished Spott Village Hall, On Sunday 22nd November, Between 1pm and 4pm. Refreshment and home baking.
House Group: The next House Group meeting is on Thursday 26 November at 8pm at the home of James and Dorothy Wildgoose, 7 Westpoint, Dunbar. Anyone interested is invited to attend. This is the second meeting of the planned 3 month trial. We had a successful first meeting with 14 attending. A further note about House Groups and our continuing plans is available Busy first house group meeting.
THE MEN'S GROUP PROGRAMME FOR THE NEW SESSION:
“Why am I here?”
“An American in the court of King Arthur”
“A sideways look at the Church!”
“Eudukayshun, edukayshun, edukayshun”
“Table Talk Two”
“My life in music”
“The Reluctant Minister”
“The Longest Day”
GRAEME GLOVER: Son of the Manse, who saw his life turned in a very unexpected direction, and now works with us here at Belhaven and Spott…who is he…and what does he believe?
David Ratheil: Pursuing his post-graduate studies at St. Andrews, he comes to Scotland and looks at the people and the church with different eyes. How has he found us…how has he found the Church?
Reverend Mark Nicholas: A man with a mission and a unique style of ministry. How has that vision caught on in Gorebridge and how has the church at large coped? We need to know!
Lindy Lynn: A teacher for three decades, she has seen enormous change and upheaval in education policies and practice. How good are our schools these days, and how good do our teachers have to be to cope with the changed environment?
Ian Robertson: Station manager of East Coast FM, he has been involved in the music business, the highs and the lows, all his working life. What has it been like and where is it going? The pitfalls and the possibilities- and the toll it takes.:
David Torrance: from China to North Berwick, his life has taken many turns, and he has an amazing story to tell of faith and challenge across ninety years of life and ministry
BELHAVEN AND SPOTT CHURCHES
THE MEN’S GROUP PROGRAMME
in the Stables at 8-00 p.m.
FOR DEEP THINKERS
A reminder about Wednesday Worship in the Stables at 2-00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month. Feel free to come along and share in this…and certainly to encourage others to join in… If you could help by adding your name to the Baking Rota that would be appreciated too…Call Maureen on 860112 if you think you might be able to help.
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