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19 May – 25 May
Sun 19 9.30am Early morning worship in Union Street with sacrament of
10.30am Choir practise
11.00am Morning worship in Union Street, Creche, Sunday School
Tea and coffee in Hall
Heart & Soul Event in Princes St Gardens, Edinburgh
Tues 21 10.30am Lyle Gateway
Sat 25 10.00am Plant Sale in Union Street
10.00am Scout Car Wash in Newark Street
A wide variety of bedding plants will be available for sale on Saturday 25th May in the hall in Union Street Tea and Coffee with home baking will be on hand to help you decide on this year's colour scheme for your garden. Order forms will be available for pre-order from Jessie Crawford. These can be collected on the Saturday. On Saturday 25th there will also be tea/coffee available at the car wash– spoiled for choice!
26 May – 1 June
Sun 26 10.30am Choir practise
11.00am Morning worship sacrament of baptism
Creche.& Sunday School, tea and coffee in Hall
Tues 28 10.30am Lyle Gateway
Thurs 30 10.30am Outreach committee meeting in Union Street
Sat 1 3.00pm Wedding of Stacey Dickson & David Barron in Newark St
Lyle Gateway new opening times : Every Tuesday 10.30am to 1.30pm
Dates for your Diary
Tues 7th May "Older Voices" with Kimberley Hutcheson
Tues 21st May Tour Around Greenock (film and quiz) with Bert McCready ( Mac Movies)
Tea, Coffee, Soup and Filled Rolls available and various activities as usual every Tuesday.
The Social Committee is made up of 4 members from each of the former congregations . Our aims are to help our church members get to know each other at social events, reach out to the wider community and along the way raise some money for the church. We have a varied programme of events planned for the following year and have tried to incorporate "old favourites" from each of the churches' calendars, and we hope to introduce new events which will be special to our new kirk.
The members of the social committee work very hard to bring all these events to life and they can always use a pair of helping hands. If you would like to help at any of these events you will be made most welcome. Come and speak to us at one of our events, or email us at email@example.com.
We are always happy to hear from anyone who has any suggestions for future events.
Church office is open each Thursday afternoon between 2.00 and 4.00pm. If any committees require help with copying or admin work please see the secretary at that time.
During the summer Greenock will welcome some 40 ships into Clydeport. Passengers from 32 of them will visit Lyle Kirk, Esplanade as part of the local tours organised by the Inverclyde Tourist Group.
If you enjoy meeting new people why not join the team of “meeters and greeters” on tour days, when the church is open from about noon until 2pm, depending on the tour timetables – and on the QE2 day will be open from 10am. There is a list at the Information Point of dates and if you are available on any of them why not sign up. As there are a few German speaking tours and you are fluent in German you will be extra welcome!
Janet McArthur (the Rainbows leader) would like to start up a sewing group, not a class, to help each other and pass on skills on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. She is trying to gauge interest in this. If anyone would be interested could they contact her on 521938.
PRAY ACROSS SCOTLAND for the General Assembly Across the whole of Scotland in the week that precedes the opening of the General Assembly many people meet together to pray for work of the
Assembly. The Presbytery Prayer Group have arranged a Service in the Pirrie Hall at 7.30pm on 13th May. Silent prayer is as valuable as spoken. All invited. Tea and coffee after the Service.