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**** Event Alert ****
Renfrew North is holding a fundraising cabaret evening on Saturday 23rd October in our Church Hall.
The Grand Central Band are a local event/wedding band who play a variety of music going through the decades, so something for everyone.
This looks to be a fantastic evening raising money for much needed church funds, come along and support it. Tickets on sale now, adults £6 and children £4 available from the events team, message us here or email, and there will be some available from our Community Coffee Bar. Bring your own refreshments and snacks.
Spread the word, let’s bring some life back to our community and enjoy a great evening for a great cause.
There is now no need to book, you can walk in any Sunday for 11.15am! We want to warmly encourage you to join us in person. For the time being a face covering is still required though we can now sing. All current safety measures are being followed.
We are delighted to tell you we are now allowed to use the back and side galleries of the church. This lifts our available places on a Sunday to over 70 whilst still observing social distancing.
“The Scout Group will be celebrating its 100th birthday on November 21st this year and we’d love to share what we’ve been doing with you.
It’s been a busy hundred years and although 2020 has been unlike any other, there has, in essence, been no change from previous years in that the Group has not stopped running and continued to meet its aims.
The leadership team continues to develop a programme for young people which has allowed them to meet outdoors whenever possible throughout the last year and been online when outdoor meetings weren’t an option. Activities (although curtailed by Covid 19) have seen the group taking part in (Covid safe) wide games, Guy Fawkes event, orienteering challenges, other outdoor challenges, science experiments and badgework. We have even produced activity packs for the holidays which included, amongst other things, treasure hunts, kits to build a hovercraft, cocktail stick engineering, grow your own sandwich challenge and newspaper engineering challenges”.
With all that in mind, as we wouldn’t be where we are today without the support of all who’ve been through our ranks, if you, or anyone you know has any memorabilia available for borrowing, would like to see what we’re doing now, or come along to any of the events planned for the anniversary year please don’t hesitate to look at the Group’s website, or contact us for further information on firstname.lastname@example.org“
Christian Aid Week is being held between 10th and 16th May this year. Find out more about their activities and consider donating to them here: https://www.christianaid.org.uk
Thy Kingdom Come iis a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. For 2021, the event will be held online from Ascension Day on 13 May until Pentecost Sunday on 23 May.
This year we are all encouraged to pray for five people that they might come to know the love and blessings of God.
Free materials that include a Prayer Journal written by the Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell, a family adventure map and videos for all ages are available on the Thy Kingdom Come website. Congregations are encouraged to use and adapt these materials.
The Moderator of the General Assembly, Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, is encouraging everyone to take part this year and has sent a letter inviting congregations to embrace the event.
Please join us for our Easter Sunday live-streamed service at 11.15 am:
Please join us for our live-streamed Good Friday service at 7 pm: