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Saturday 7th April ‘Joint Church/SWI Coffee Morning in Stanley Village Hall at 10am. We look forward to your support. The raffle will be in aid of Cornhill Care.

The R & S annual quiz is available for purchase.

Want to tackle food waste and save on your food bills? Come along to a FREE Waste less, Save more. You’ll get expert advice and support to better plan, store and cook your food, as well as help to make healthy choices and encourage cooking at home. 6 week Course Location: Luncarty Church Centre Beginning on: Thursday 29th March Time: From 10am 6 weeks. Spaces are limited so talk to Syd, Johanna and Betty and book yours today! sainsburys.co.uk/waste

Thursday 19th April – Our Lady of Lourdes  Church, Struan Road – Michael Ellacott in concert 7.30p.m. –  in aid of funds for a community hall – all welcome.

The parish of Aberdalgie and Forteviot is hosting the Perth Barbershop Singers at 7pm on Friday 20th April at Aberdalgie Church, followed by a history of famous hymns, and the audience will be invited to join in.

The power of music for people with dementia and their carers, The Station Hotel, Perth, Thursday 24 May 2018, £40, creating singing groups for people with dementia a workshop led by Diana Kerr, dementia consultant, author and singing group leader.

The next meeting of Redgorton & Stanley Guild will be on Tuesday, 3rd April and will be the A.G.M. After the business there will be fun with “How we used to look” followed by tea. Everyone will be made most welcome. 

Redgorton & Stanley Guild are hosting a QUIZ NIGHT on Friday 13th April, at 7.30pm in Luncarty Church Centre. If you would like to enter a team of four (£12),  but if you don’t want to be in a team, come along as a spectator and enjoy the fun. There will be refreshments and a raffle.

Catalysing Kingdom Communities

At the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on May 23rd 2017 Sam Wells gave an inspirational talk.  What does it mean to be faith communities that welcome and include in today’s world? The Moderator of the General Assembly chairs a special session with guest speakers, the Revd Dr Sam Wells, Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields, and the current Scots Makar, Jackie Kay.

You too can be inspired by his words, you may choose to read  or watch it below:

Download the text as a pdf Sam_Wells_Catalysing_Kingdom_Communities

Or watch the video of the whole session including the current Scots Makar, Jackie Kay on the Church of Scotland website