INTIMATIONS 15th MARCH 2020

Sunday 22 March

10.30am              Morning Worship, followed by Stated Annual Meeting.

 

Sunday 22nd March

Ordination and Induction of Mr Fergus Cook at Cramond Kirk 630 pm. All very welcome. After the service in Cramond Kirk refreshments will be served in the halls at Cramond. Contributions of home baking will be most welcome. These should be brought to our halls on the morning of 22nd March.

 

Sunday 29th March

10.30                      Morning Worship followed by Short Communion

 

Midweek Service

The next mid-week will be on Wednesday, 18TH March 2020 at 12 noon in the Small Hall followed by light lunch of home-made soup, home baking, tea/coffee.
All made welcome.

 

Strachan House Service The next service to be held at Strachan House will take place on Tuesday 24th March at 4pm

 

Kirk Session

The next Session meeting is on Wednesday 18th March, 745pm. The Agenda and Apologies list are on the notice board in the corridor and the Minutes can now be collected from the pigeonhole area.

 

KIRK NEWS: The deadline for items for the April 2020 issue of Kirk News (due for publication on Sunday, 5 April) is Sunday, 22 March.  Contributions can be emailed to kirknews@blackhallstcolumba.org.uk , delivered to Christine Denham, c/o Church Office or Tel. 0131 336 5943. 

 

Ceilidh

TODAY IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO JOIN THE Blackhall St Columba’s Church Spring Ceilidh on Saturday March 21st March 2020 at 7pm---Tickets £5 available from the Church Office during the week or Michael Cockburn (332 4841 evenings). Wear something tartan and join the fun but do not delay as tickets running out fast.

 

Classical Guitar and Choral Music Enjoy an Evening of Classical Guitar and Choral Music with Ayman Jarjour, acclaimed Syrian guitarist, and the Choir of St. Andrew’s and St. George’s West Church on Friday 27th March 20207.30-9.30 p.m., at St. Andrew’s and St. George’s West Church, 13 George Street, Edinburgh. Tickets £20, £15 (over 60’s/disabled), £10 (under 16s). A light buffet (Palestinian food), wine and soft drinks, included in the price. The concert is in aid of Palcrafts, a charity that aims to reduce poverty in Palestine by selling Palestinian goods in its Fair-Trade shop, Hadeel. Tickets available from Hadeel, 123 George Street; the Undercroft Cafe, St. Andrew’s and St. George’s West Church; on line at https://hadeelconcert.eventbrite.co.uk or on the door.

Alpha course is now being held in our Church. Our next session will be on Tuesday 17th March in the small hall at 730pm.

There is still an opportunity to purchase a picture frame or chopping board crafted from our beautiful oak pews.  For more information please contact Ruth Laidlaw 07513 967974 or ruthlaidlaw@gmail.com   

 

 



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