Lots more news and updates from Pat
More news and updates from the Guild Secretary, Pat Duncan
For lots of news and dates read the Autumn Link. Thanks to Gordon Roy for gathering together all the material into such a readible and attractive pamphlet.
Click on the link and find all the latest news or look on the Guild page.
Guild Rededication Service will take place on October 3rd at 10am.
If you have a Guild badge this may be an opportunity to wear it and be identified as a Guild member.
We will not be assembling before the service in the Church Hall but you are asked to sit in the church as you would normally do when coming to church.
Heather our President has put together a service, and we are hopeful that Guild members will make the effort to be present.
Next meeting is on 2nd September when Kirsty Duncan comes to sing for us ‘Songs of Hope’ to help us celebrate our coming together as a Guild. The programme will be varied and uplifting.
You are invited to bring along a spouse, partner or friend to this event.
There will be tea/coffee served afterwards in the church hall.
You must wear a mask whilst in the church and while moving around the church building and queuing, but of course, it can be removed when you are drinking your tea/coffee.
Find out all the latest news from the Guild
Click on the link below to read the latest Guild Keeping You in the Loop.
You can also find it under the Guild page
Thanks are due to Gordon Roy for compiling and publishing the Link. So much work and much appreciated.
Also thanks to all the contributors.
Check out the Guild page for the contents of Keeping You in the Loop June 2021
Youth Group Report
After a year of meeting via Zoom the hot chocolate team met face to face in the church garden on Friday 7th May .
Weather wasn’t giving us much hope for our outside meeting going ahead during the day but, the decision was taking to go ahead and oh how the weather rewarded our faith. Charles kindly lent and duly lit his amazing fire pit, a warming centre piece for the group and with a couple of disposable bbqs to cook our sausages an evening of laughs, fun, games and questions was had.
Paper aeroplanes took flight, many excellent designs became airborne, followed by a challenge, who can get a baseball cap on Dan’s head from furthest away in one move, again many ingenious methods were deployed, thinking way outside the box.
Sausages cooked well by Liz were duly enjoyed along with the obligatory hot chocolate and the tuck shop was opened with lots of special offers. Dan then broke our his latest project to the group, Quiz Liz. Dan had written down some question for the group to ask Liz that had to be answered with yes or no only and yes Liz did find this a challenge . The group had to work hard to determine what Liz scared her most and what made her angry. The group are already looking forward to the next round.
Following the success of our initial return to face to face meetings our next meeting will be a Get to Know Us meeting and invite the current P6 and 7s in the area. All will be required to complete our GDPR forms prior to attending and the current hit choccers can’t wait to welcome the newbies.
The youth group are now looking to purchase a fire pit that can be used by any of our church teams.
Again our most grateful thanks to Dan for all his efforts in putting together the activities and pictures have been passed to our website guru Christine.