Church News 2015

March

Morning worship for 2015 will take place in Aber- nethy at 11am. However, on the last Sunday of each month, we hope to meet together with the Glenfarg part of our congregation at 11 am, alternating location: in Abernethy at 11am on April 26th and June28th and in Glenfarg at 11 am on March 22nd and May 31st On these days there will be no service in the other church building. Anyone wishing transport to Glenfarg may contact Kathleen Baird on 01337 840 218

Children's Sunday club

meets in school term time during the morning service. Please bring yourself and the children along! Outwith term time there are always toys and books for younger children to play with in the adjacent hall. Drinks and refresh- ments will be served after the services. You will be very welcome to join us at either church.

Fair City Singers

We had a memorable and inspiring evening in Sept ’14 with this lovely group of girls and their conductor and pianist. Thanks to all who came and enjoyed as well as those who performed to such a high standard! We hope to have them in Abernethy in the Autumn -, date to be confirmed. Posters will be displayed in the village. Don’t miss them!

Village ‘Welcome’ folders

The ongoing pack contains useful village infor- mation, telephone numbers, activities in Abernethy plus the current bus timetable. The plastic folders may be picked up from the church vestibules. If you want to welcome someone new moving in to your street, why not collect a pack and add something to it – perhaps a packet of Abernethy biscuits or some flowers! The packs will be updated regularly but if you are aware of any errors or omissions in the cur- rent version, please let Celia King know on Tel: 851 010.

T @ 2 Afternoon Tea and Sale

on Sat 9th May from 2 - 4 pm in the Williamson Hall Entry for Adults £3 Children £1. Pre-school children free. Young vegetable, herb and flower plant sale; accesso- ries table- used and new; cake, candy and preserve stall; children’s bring and buy good condition toy stall; raffle and tombola. There will be a Children’s Messy Corner with face painting, art and crafts, on a seaside theme, to allow you to have tea or coffee and a chat in peace! Anyone with donations for the sale, please hand in at the church nearer the time or to 4 Sutherland Cres- cent.

Celia King

June

Morning worship for 2015 will take place in Abernethy at 11am.


However, generally, on the last Sunday of each month we hope to meet together with the Glenfarg part of our congregation at 11 am, alternating location.

In Abernethy there will be no service on July 26th or Aug 30th. Morning worship and children’s Sunday club will instead be together in Glenfarg. .

Anyone wishing transport to Glenfarg may contact Kathleen Baird on 01337 840 218


Children's Sunday club

meets in school term time during the morning service. Please bring yourself and the children along! Outwith term time there are always toys and books for younger children to play with in the adjacent hall. Drinks and refreshments will be served after the services. You will be very welcome to join us at either church.

Village ‘Welcome’ folders

The   ongoing   pack   contains   useful   village information, telephone numbers, activities in Abernethy plus the current   bus timetable.  The plastic folders may be picked up from the church vestibules. If you want to welcome  someone new moving in to your street, why not collect a pack and add something to it – perhaps a packet of Abernethy biscuits or some flowers! The packs will be updated regularly but   if you are aware of any errors or  omissions in the current version, please let Celia King know on Tel: 851 010.


September 2015

Morning worship for 2015 takes place in Abernethy at 11am and in Glenfarg at 9.30am. However, gener- ally, on the last Sunday of each month we meet together with the Glenfarg part of our congregation while alternating locations. Therefore, there will be no service in Abernethy on Oct 25th or Dec 27th. Instead morning worship and children’s Sunday club will be in Glenfarg at 11am. Anyone wishing transport to Glenfarg may contact Kathleen Baird on 01337 840 218. Children's Sunday club meets in school term time during the morning service at each location. Please bring yourself and the children along for a time of fun, games, crafts, Bible stories and songs. Outwith term time there are always toys and books for younger children to play with in the adjacent hall cupboard. Drinks and refreshments will be served after the services. You will be very welcome to join us at either church.

Open Doors

The Church is open on every second Tuesday afternoon while teas and coffees are served in the adjacent hall between 2.30 and 4pm. Please come and join us. The next date is September 1st and fortnightly thereafter.

Harvest Thanksgiving

 is on the 4th of October. The Church will be open on Sat 3rd Oct, 10-11am when donations of non-perishable foods will be gratefully received and donated to the local Foodbank. Monetary donations will be given to an overseas Christian charity. Gifts may also be brought on Sunday.

Remembrance Sunday

is on the 8th November

Holy Communion

is on the 15th of November

Village ‘Welcome’ packs

The packs contain useful village information, tele- phone numbers, activities in Abernethy plus the current bus timetable. The plastic folders may be picked up from the church vestibules. If you want to welcome someone new moving in to your street, why not collect a pack and add something to it – perhaps a packet of Abernethy biscuits or some flowers! The information sheets are also in the museum and Berryfields tearoom. The information will be updated regularly but if you are aware of any errors or omissions in the current version, please let Celia King know on Tel: 851 010.

Church/ adjacent Church hall bookings

The Church (with the Minister’s permission) and the adjacent church hall are available for hire. To enquire about charges and book the facilities please contact Elizabeth Taylor on 01738 850 477.

Our Locum minister

is the Rev Robert McCrum; tel 07914 937 446 Minister@abernethydronarngaskchurch.org .uk
Website; abernethydronarngaskchurch.org.uk

(on behalf of the church) Celia King

December 2015

Morning worship

for December takes place in Abernethy at 11am and in Glenfarg at 9.30am.

In 2016 the service times will be reversed with those in Abernethy being at 9.30am. However, generally, on the last Sunday of each month we meet together with the Glenfarg part of our congregation, at 11 am while alternating locations. Therefore, there will be no service in Abernethy on Dec 27th or Feb 28th 2016. Instead morning worship will be in Glenfarg at 11am. Anyone wishing transport to Glen- farg may contact Kathleen Baird on 01337 840 218.

Children's Sunday club

It meets in school term time during the morning serv- ice at each location. Please bring yourself and the children along for a time of fun, games, crafts, Bible stories and songs. Outwith term time there are always toys and books for younger children to play with, located in the adjacent hall cupboard. Drinks and refreshments will be served after the services. You will be very welcome to join us at either church.

Open Doors

The Church is open on every second Tuesday afternoon while teas and coffees are served in the adjacent hall between 2.30 and 4pm. Please come and join us. The next date is Dec 8th and fortnightly thereafter.

Christmas services

Sunday 20 Dec at 11am; children will be taking part in the service

Christmas eve at 7pm in Abernethy and at 11.30 pm in Glenfarg

Thank you!!

to all who so generously gave for the Macmillan coffee morning, Harvest Thanksgiving, Shoebox appeal and came to the Fair City singers concert

Famous son of Abernethy;

 Rev John Brown (born Carpow 1722). A large illustrated copy of his ‘Self-interpreting Bible’ has been generously donated to the Kirk of St Bride by a Christian fellowship group in Leicestershire. It may currently be viewed in the church, on request.

Village ‘Welcome’ packs

The packs contain useful village information, telephone numbers, activities in Abernethy plus the current bus timetable. The plastic folders may be picked up from the church vestibules. If you would like to welcome someone moving in to your street, why not collect a pack and add something to it – perhaps a packet of Abernethy biscuits or some flowers! The information sheets are also in the museum and Berryfields tearoom. The information will be updated regularly but if you are aware of any errors or omissions in the current version, please let Celia King know on Tel: 851 010.

Church/ adjacent Church hall bookings

The Church (with the Minister’s permission) and the adjacent church hall are available for hire. To enquire about charges and book the facilities please contact Elizabeth Taylor on 01738 850 477.

Our Locum minister is the Rev Robert McCrum; tel 07914 937 446 Minister@abernethydronarngaskchurch.org .uk Website; abernethydronarngaskchurch.org.uk

Celia King (on behalf of the church)