Dates for the Diary:

Holy Communion: Most Wednesday's at 10.00am.

9.30 am Sunday Morning services

Zoom Prayer: Most Tuesday`s at 7.00pm. Contact the Rector for the email zoom link.

Morning Holy Communion: Wednesdays at 10.30 am

Warm Space & Soup Lunch: Wednesdays from 12.00noon

Maundy Thursday Service: Thursday, 28th March 2024, at 7.00 pm.

🐞Beetle Drive: On Saturday 23rd March, at 6.30 pm in St John’s Church Hall.

Delicious Curry Supper (Chicken/Vegetable) and one strip of raffle tickets included in ticket price (£10)

Ecumenical Palm Sunday Service: Sunday 24th March 6.30pm at Upper Annandale Parish Church. Speaker: Rev. Alison McBrier (moderator of the Southwest Presbytery)

Walk of Witness: Friday 29th March at 8.50am “The Boat” next to Station Park.

Open Air Easter Morning Service: 31st March at 7.00 am Station Park

Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2024 In line with our general policy of alternating between home-based and overseas charities, Bishop Kevin is pleased to announce that the recipient of our Lent Appeal collections this year will be Friends of the Holy Land. One glance at the charity’s website (link below) should give some idea of the reasoning behind this choice in these deeply troubled times, but more details will be sent out in future weeks, as well as at our Diocesan Synod on Saturday 2nd March. For the moment, please see details

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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