Intimations for the Intimation Sheet should be sent to the Church Secretary before 12 noon on Wednesday.
Intimations for Projection
Intimations for projection before the start of the service should be sent to Iain Scott
Church Service & Website
Any items for projection during the service or insertion on the website should be sent to Ronnie Anderson
Any items for insertion on the Facebook page should be sent to Catriona Connelly
Sunday 26 January 2020
Kirk cleaning party: Team 3
Flower Delivery Rota: Today is Elaine Aitken and next Sunday is Janice Anderson.
Coffee Duty Rota - Today is Kathryn McCartney & Carolyn Hunter
and next Sunday is Moira Dunlop & Marilyn Stewart.
Wee Blether Rota - John & June.
The Church flowers today are kindly gifted by Marjorie Goudie.
Tea and coffee will be served today, as usual, in the lower hall after the church service. Everyone is welcome.
YOUTH CLUB BAKE SALE: The Youth Club are holding a Bake Sale after this morning’s service. Please come along and support us. Funds raised will be going towards an Outward Bound trip later in year.
LENT BIBLE STUDY: Our Lent bible study will run over 5 Monday evenings from 2 - 30 March, and will be based on the film Les Miserables. The study book costs approx £6 each, so if you are interested, please add your name to the list at the back of the Kirk and give the Minister your money by Sunday 2 February.
KIRK RECORD DELIVERY: Looking for 2 people to take over delivery of Kirk Record, 9 times in the year, in Crosslee Park and Locherburn Ave/Place. If you can help please contact Sandra Griffiths 07713611498.
THE WEEK AHEAD
MONDAY 27 JANUARY: CHIX WITH STIX invite anyone who are keen on knitting or crochet to come along and join this happy group on Monday mornings from 10-12 noon at the Killellan Halls.
TUESDAY 28 JANUARY: WEE BLETHER For all those who enjoy a cuppa and a chat come and join the Wee Blether in the West Halls from 10.30am until 11.30am. Everyone welcome.
TUESDAY 28 JANUARY: THE GUILD Our speakers will be a bank manager and his colleague, who will be talking about "Fraud Awareness". If this subject is of interest to anyone in the congregation, why don't you join us for the afternoon? Our meeting takes place in the West Hall, Main St, from 2-4pm. You will be made most welcome.
WEDNESDAY 29 JANUARY: HOUSTON AND KILLELLAN KIRK SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING GROUP meet at 8.10pm in the West Halls. We are a very sociable group and enjoy tea and a chat half way through the evening and would be delighted to see new members. No experience needed.
THURSDAY 30 JANUARY: YOUNG SINGERS GROUP For primary and secondary school age from 7-8pm in the Church.
THURSDAY 30 JANUARY: H & K CHOIR PRACTICE takes place in Killellan Halls at 7:30pm. All are welcome, please come along and try it!
SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY: GB WINTER WARMER FUNDRAISER: The Girls Brigade are hosting a “Toastie” lunch (£2.50) in the West Halls from 12noon—2pm. Everyone is welcome to come along.
SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY: YOUTH CLUB Youths from to P7 to S4. All welcome.
WEE WALKS: There will be a 3 mile circular street walk following the Greenock Town Trail on Monday 10th February. A nice flat walk with an opportunity for a coffee at the end of it. Meet at the Kirk at 9.30am. There will be another Wee Walk on Monday 24th February, details later.
WALKING GROUP: There will be a 5 miles circular walk on Saturday 8th February starting in Mugdock Country Park, over the Khyber Pass and meeting up with the West Highland Way near Carbeth returning along the WHW to Mugdock. Bring a flask for a hot drink on the way and lunch at Mugdock at the end of the walk. Meet at the Kirk at 9.30am.
The Forth & Clyde Canal is about 35 miles long and the plan is to complete this walk in bite-sized chunks by the end of the year. The first leg will be a 5 mile walk on Saturday 22nd February from Bowling Harbour to Drumry, returning to Bowling by train. Plan to have lunch (fish & chips?) by the canal in Clydebank. Meet at the Kirk at 9.30am.