From the Pulpit 10 Dec 2017

Categories: Intimations

Your Weekly Intimations


Teas and Coffees are available in the Duncanrig Hall after this morning’s service.

Today a retiring collection is available to you in support of Erskine Hospital

We next celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper on Wednesday 13th December at 7pm.

The Kirk Session meets tomorrow night at 7.30pm. The Session is beginning a process of reviewing our progress with the Unitary Constitution under which our church now operates. The session invites you to join us at tomorrow night’s meeting if you feel you have comment to make about any aspect of church life and that might be anything from content on the church website to the cleaning of church facilities. The meeting will be a time for listening; it will not be a discussion night or question and answer session, just a time for listening. We’ll make sure teas and coffees are available so that conversation can flow.

The Church Family Christmas Party takes place on Sunday 17th December from 2pm to 5pm. Tickets for that event are now available at a very modest price. The party is open to all who wish to have an enjoyable afternoon in good company.

Additional copies of the December Intimation sheet have been printed and are available in the Hall of Fellowship.

Tonight at 7.30pm Rev John Brewster lead a “Blue Christmas” service within Greenhills Church. The service is intended for those who feel sad during the Christmas season, those who may wish to remember a loved one.

Wall of Christmas Wishes.

If you are still organising your Christmas cards you may wish to avail yourself of the opportunity to include a single card to the whole congregation wishing all at Westwood Church a Happy Christmas rather than writing numerous cards to individuals. You are welcome to bring a single Christmas card with you next Sunday and all cards will be displayed in the Hall of Fellowship. No donation or financial contribution is required, just your card and your good wishes to all.

Author: RevKev

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