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Holy Communion: Most Wednesday's at 10.00am.
9.30 am Sunday morning services, currently in the hall, will return into church from Sunday 26th February.
Zoom Prayer: Most Tuesday`s at 7.00pm. Contact the Rector for the email zoom link.
The 150th Anniversary of our church will begin from 27th December 2022 to 27th December 2023. The celebrations will involve various events throughout the year. see notice board.
Holy Communion: Wednesday 5th April 2023 at 10.00am
Eco-Talk Wednesday 26th April 2023 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm at St. John’s Hall Speaker : Prof. David Fowler CBE, FRS Tickets £5 each, students £2 (please leave a message at 01683 220550 giving your address and name and your tickets will be delivered) This will be a talk/presentation and then a question and answer session. David Fowler is an environmental physicist, recognized as an authority on atmospheric pollution. He specializes in micrometeorology, the land-atmosphere exchange of trace gases and particles, and the effects of pollutants on vegetation. Apart from scientific research, David has worked on the application of air quality science to public policy in both the UK and Europe. He has been a member of around two dozen scientific committees, including The Royal Society Global Environmental Research Committee (of which he has been chair since 2011), and the Air Quality Expert Group, of which he is an ad-hoc member.
The Spring Coffee Morning - All Saints, Lockerbie. The Spring Coffee Morning will be held on Saturday the 13th of May from 10.30 to 12 noon in the church. We will be serving teas and coffees as well raising money through our popular raffle, cake stall, craft stall with plants and flowers, tombola and guess the bunnies birthday. Donations for the raffle will be gratefully received, ideally by Sunday the 7th of May, with items for the cake stall and plants on the morning of the sale. Anyone who can't make it along on the day is welcome to guess the bunnies birthday beforehand at £1 a go. Please add your name to the date you select in the diary and leave your money in the dish beside it. Entrance is free and everyone will be most welcome so please spread the word and invite your friends and family to help make the morning a success.
Bishop‘s Lent Appeal, 2023 This year, The United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway reverted to a home-based charity for Bishop Kevin’s Lent Appeal, for which he has selected an enormously deserving recipient with close ties to our Diocese, the Mothers’ Union of Glasgow and Galloway. Away From It All (AFIA) is a diverse Mothers’ Union Project offering Christian Care for Families. It is active throughout the UK, responding to families whose lives have met with adversity, providing holidays not just for a little respite but to create happy memories for a lifetime.
Please let the Rector know of anyone who is ill, at home or in hospital, so that a pastoral phone call can be arranged.
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