Church Notices 26/1/2020

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Saturday 1st Feb Coffee Morning, Stanley Village Hall, 10am-11.30am £3. Coffee, tea and Home Baking, cake and candy stall.

Redgorton & Stanley Guild; The next meeting of the Guild will be on Tuesday, 4th February at 2pm in Luncarty Church Centre. The Speaker will be the Very Rev. Dr. Andrew McLellan, former Moderator of The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. This will be a great opportunity to hear Dr.McLellan speak and the meeting will be open to anyone who would like to attend.

Perth & Kinross Guilds Together are hosting a Soup &Sweet Lunch on Friday, 7th February, in Perth North Church Hall, from 12 noon until 2pm. If you would like to go, please give your name to Alison or Johanna. 

The Flower arrangers at Redgorton and Stanley were practising a variety of glue techniques for a variety of floral materials. Photos on the church website. The Flower Group would welcome new members and if you are interested, please contact Lynn Bryce on  828123 for further information.

Heart for Art will be on Wednesday 29th January 10.30-12.30 in Bankfoot Church Centre.

The service of Commissioning/ licensing for Revd Canon Dr Carrie Applegath as Transitional Priest at St Columba’s will take place at 7.30pm on Thursday 6th February 2020 at St Columba’s Church, Stanley. We are all invited to be present to welcome her at the service, which will be a simple eucharist. 

Stanley Flower List – The Flower List is now on the Noticeboard for 2020 and whilst it is early in the year could you please consider adding your name. The delivery of flowers is much appreciated by many who are no longer able to attend our morning service.

There will be a Traidcraft Stall after the Service in Stanley next Sunday 2nd February. Please give us your support.

Fair Trade event on Saturday 22nd February, in St Matthew’s Church, from 10 – 12 noon and will feature Mary Popple from Just Trading Scotland, telling us, among other things, about the Kilombero Rice Challenge. Organised by Perth and Kinross Fair Trade Steering Group for Fair Trade Fortnight.

Stanley Senior Citizens Concert Our annual Concert – An evening with Mike Ellacott – will be held in The Village Hall on Wed. 11th March at 7.30pm. Tickets priced £7.00 (incl. Supper) available from SWI Members.

If you are a hearing aid user you can request to have a loop setting on your hearing aids, this means you can use the hearing loop in Stanley Village Hall/ Bankfoot Church Centre etc.  There is not currently a loop system in Luncarty Church Centre.