This will be held in our Church Hall on Saturday 25 November from 1pm - 3 pm.  A tea of a selection sandwiches and cakes together with tea or coffee will be served.   It is a wonderful chance to meet up for a chat and friendship.   Cost is £5 each, and tickets are now available from Aileen.   Please note this is open to ANYONE,  church attenders or not,  so let your friends and family know and you can get tickets for them.   



We have had several Baptisms and Blessings in the Church over the last few Months.  

It's great to see new Souls being brought to The Lord. 







Welcome to our little Angel,  Ariah Tweedie pictured with her Proud parents,  Mum, Debbie Lee and Dad, Darren after her Dedication and Blessing ceremony on Sunday 25 November 2017.  


We look forward to watching her grow in God’s love.  


God bless and protect them all.





This is baby Kara Olivia Wilson,  with her proud parents on the day of her Baptism on Sunday 19 November 2017.


God Bless them.




This is baby Anaiya Hart Campbell,  with her proud parents and on the day of her Baptism on Sunday 19 November 2017.


God Bless them. 



Aileen Smith has launched her annual Christmas Shoebox appeal on behalf of Blythswod Care.

​A​ ​list​ ​of​ ​items​ ​to​ ​be​ ​included​ ​in​ ​each​ ​box (see picture)​ ​will​ ​be​ ​provided​ ​for anyone​ ​who​ ​wishes​ ​to​ ​take​ ​part​ ​in​ ​this​ ​essential​ ​collection.​ ​​

​Filled boxes can be handed in to the Church hall when it is open, or brought​ to​ ​Sunday service, ​whenever​ ​they​ ​are ready.  If possible, please cover the box in Christmas wrap ensuring the lid can still be opened/removed.   Many thanks.   All boxes are​ ​required  for no later than Sunday 5 November 2017.   


You will be pleased to see that repair works have progressed to the stage where we can now return to having our services in the Church.  The front doors are open to welcome all who wish to join us.  

“Therefore welcome one another as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.” Romans 15:7 


Today (Sunday 22/10/2017) our Deacon, Colin Ogilvie, lead a dedication of The Guild as part of the Church Service.   At this time,  the members who were present reaffirmed their vow to carry out their work in the name of God.   He also repeated that new members were welcome,  both male and female.  




Today, Sunday 8 October 2017, was Harvest Service lead by Colin Ogilvie.  Order of Service is downloaded.  

An abundance of donations was received from the congregation which will be given to The Foodbank.  


Sacraments of The Holy Communion will be givin in our service on Sunday 1 October, 2017 at 11.30am in The Church Hall.   All are welcome.



On Monday 26 June, 2017,  Shawhead Primary School came to our church for their End of Term service.  the children performed amazingly and we heard all their news and achievements of the past year.


mr Ogilvie spoke to the children about the story of David and Goliath and had 2 of the children acting it out.  The main message of the story was it doesn't matter how small you feel,  God is always with you.


Ths is just the latest in the planned visits from the school to our Church and vice versa.


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