Transforming Work: We are hoping to run an 8 session study series looking at our faith in the workplace using this material from LICC. Have a look at the following link and if you’re interested email Alison McInnes by end of Feb. Date and times to suit participants but we would need a minimum of 8 to run.
Start up Stirling – Lent Challenge
Help this Lent by giving up something of your choice (your morning coffee, chocolate, fizzy drinks) and donate the money you would normally spend on the product to Start Up Stirling. By simply donating £1/£2 per day for the 40 days of Lent. Here is how much you can help:-
£15.00 will fund a food pack for an individual
£25.00 will fund a food pack for a family
£50.00 will fund a home visit to someone in crisis
The easiest way to donate is through our online Donations page: startupstirling.org.uk/donate
Stirling Street Pastors – 10th Anniversary
There will be a service of thanksgiving and celebration followed by light refreshments at Allan Park South Church on Friday 22nd March at 7.00pm. If you would like to attend, please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th March.
Being Together & Learning Together:
Dementia-Friendly Developments in our Communities:
Friday 22nd March, 10-4pm, St Columba’s Church Stirling (FK8 2NA) presented by Presbytery of Stirling and ‘Church and Society Council’
5 expert keynote speakers (Prof J Swinton, Dr P Murdoch, Rev H. Jamieson, Mrs S. Metcalfe ++)
A series of presentations of community activities from across Scotland
Reflect and consider:
Through workshops share and learn with others, and explore opportunities for dementia-friendly developments in your own local area
Bring a pack lunch. Hot drinks will be provided in the morning and afternoon. 200 spaces available.
Enquiries and RSVP by 12th March to B McDowell, on 07704 601983 or Email: email@example.com
Musicals and More – Concert for Christian Aid- Albert Halls 3rd May 19
Brightons Praise Group (a choir formed in 1994), Gargunnock Songsters (formed in 1999) and Perthshire Brass are joining forces to raise money for Christian Aid. The choirs are both conducted by Elaine Finlay and accompanied by Don Finlay (no relation). The conductor has a link with Perthshire Brass who have kindly agreed to take part in this charity concert. The band is conducted by George Annan.
The choirs will combine to sing a selection of classic songs and the band will play their chosen selection of music. Cost is £10
Go, go go! Booking is now OPEN for 2019 SUHOLIDAYS!
We want to encourage all our young people to take part in these and don’t want cost to be an issue. We’ll contribute £30 towards the cost of any SU Holiday and if further financial assistance is needed then please speak in confidence to Scott.
Head over to suholidays.org.uk, choose one that suits, and get involved…
Holiday Club 2019: As part of our holiday club later this year (5th-9th Aug) we will be welcoming a small team from Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church in Bangor, NI. If you would be willing and able to provide accommodation for the week, then please speak to Scott.