In this section
- Duck Race
- Easter on Balcalk Hill
- Open Air Communion
- Retirement of Rev David Collins
- Christmas Fayre
- Last Big Country Walk of 2016
- Sidlaw Regnal 20th anniversary
- Celebration of Baptism
- "Desert Island Hymns" is back!
- Auchterhouse Big Coffee Morning
- Afternoon Tea
- Floral Workshop
- Afternoon Tea at Murroes Church Hall
- Induction of Rev. Jean de Villiers
- MNMT Christmas Fayre
- Christmas Songs of Praise in Murroes Church
- Christmas Eve Services
- Spring Afternoon Tea
- 2018 Duck Race
- Afternoon Tea
- Angus Strathspey and Reel Society with Guest Singer Davina Farquarson
- Family Fun Night
- Come and meet Rev. Kate McDonald from Tiberias
- Celebrating a Covid Christmas - Dundee Nativity Play goes on as a MOVIE
This Week's Notices
- This Week's Notices
- Notices for week 1-8 May
- Notices for week 8-15 May
- Notices for week 15-22 May
- Notices for week 22-29 May
- Notices for week beginning 31 May
- Notices for week beginning 7 June
- Notices for 12-19 June
- Notices for 19-26 June
- Notices for week beginning 28 June
- News sheet for week 17-24 July
- Notices for week beginning 26 July
- Notices for week 31 July - 7 August
- Notices for week beginning 9th August
- Notices for week 14-21 August
- Notices for week beginning 27th September
- Notices for week beginning 23 October
- Current Notices
- Church Magazine
- Data Protection Policy
Notices for week beginning 23 October
23rd October 2020
Please note the following:
Come with warm clothing as the temperature in the sanctuary can go no higher than 20 degrees.
Make sure masks are worn indoors.
Follow distancing requirements.
Remember the offering will to be collected before entry to the building and before hand cleaning.
Register for Track & Trace.
Hand cleaning (sanitising) is required on the way in and out.
Sit in the seats provided (couples/singles) – an order of service will be placed there for you.
Remain seated throughout the service.
No hymn books or bibles will be available.
Please take your order of service with you when you leave.
As we head towards colder weather and the winter months, the question was asked as to what we do when we wear our gloves re hand sanitising / keeping our buildings safe. In wearing gloves our hands are protected but not the surfaces we touch (transferred germs from opening doors etc. can stay on your gloves for minutes or hours). So, how does this affect those who are using our buildings mainly for worship? As yet no formal guidance from the Church of Scotland but gloves, like hands, are transmitting germs if we touch things. So it is advisable to wash gloves often (or use a disinfectant wipe), let gloves air dry (instead of being screwed up in your pocket) and of course do not touch your face. Take extra care to avoid cross-contamination when removing your gloves. Therefore, to minimise any transfer into or out of our kirk buildings, please take the time to sanitise your hands (which is a requirement) or, if you are able, your gloves worn. If not, please do not touch anything once you enter the buildings.
More volunteers (who need not be elders) are needed to keep everyone safe at church on Sundays. There are essentially 4 different roles:
· meet and greet;
· ensuring people have access to the offering plate (if desired);
· Track & Trace;
· directing worshippers to appropriate seating (singles or couples).
If you can help, please contact Bill Mitchell, Roy Matthews or Lynn Podger.
Stewardship – Ongoing Offerings
Leaflets detailing essential and optional items can be downloaded at https://blythswood.org/donate-to-shoe-box-appeal/
OR donate by cash or cheque (payable to Blythswood Care) at a retiring offering at either of these 2 services.