What's going on!
This is the place to find out what is happening in our Church.
The notices are published weekly and are given out as we are welcomed into the Church on Sunday morning. Keeping us in touch with Services and social events the notices are a 'must read,' along with the Link.
The Link is published 10 times a year - monthly except for July/August and December / January. In the Link you will find details of Services for the forthcoming month, a Social calendar, reports on Services and other events, Photographs etc., Everyone is welcome to submit material for inclusion but the final publishing decision rests with the Editor. Our 'linkmen' deliver the Links to local addresses, and it is also posted to those who unfortunately for them live too far away to receive a personal delivery. We ask for a £2 annual donation to those who get a paper copy.
For items to be considered for inclusion in either publications please contact:
Notices: Mairi MacKay email: email@example.com or phone 01484 852300
Link: Jennifer Hirst email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01484 654288
Notices - current week
Link - Monthly Newsletter
Link - October 2018
Water in various connotations is very much on Rev Sue's mind as she writes this months leading article, especially reflecting on the spiritual use in many parts of the bible and hymns.
Also in this month's Link - the great expedition to …. Whitley Bay! Lovely to hear from Henry and Margaret.
Link - September 2018
Village life and how it has changed and will continue to so, and where the Church fits in was on Rev Sue's mind as she wrote this months leader. Rev Sue also reminds us that the Covenant Service, where we renew our promises to God will be on Sunday 2nd September.
Peter our Property Secretary updates us on the new kitchen, doors and hanging baskets. There is news of a unique opportunity to visit John Myers private museum in October, which is to raise money to help pay for the kitchen.
In this "double issue" Link, Rev Sue reflects on her recent holiday where she saw Mont St Michel in Normandy and how it was run on a heirarchy basis, and that Jesus broke down barriers by seeking out those that were unwelcomed.
Link - June 2018
"What lies behind?" is the question posed in this month's Link by Rev Sue