in Lauder Church
The Annual Report of Channelkirk and Lauder Church has been published and copies are available by contacting the Session Clerk, Billy Anderson on 01578 722848.
It is hereby confirmed that our locum minister in this time of vacancy is the Reverend John Riddell, as from 1 March 2013.
All pastoral matters should be passed to the Session Clerk, Billy Anderson on 01578722848 email@example.com.
Our House Groups and Prayer Group continue to meet. Please ask Billy Anderson, Session Clerk for details of meetings. The prayer box is in the front porch of Lauder Church. Please do put any prayer request into the box.
We are looking for volunteers to deliver and collect Christian Aid envelopes during the week 12-18 May. Can you give a little time? If so please speak with Jim Archibald.
Claire Guthrie will lead Bible Study sessions in the Church Centre Lauder on Wednesdays at 7pmduring Lent.
HIV Scotland (Souper Sunday) £236.50; Zomba Container (Burns) £500; Blythswood (Burns) £850 plus shoeboxes; Church Flower Fund (Burns) £300; Mary’s Meals (various) £416; Mgt. Kerr Unit (Various (including Watchnight Services) £416; Fabric Fund (Sinatra Evening) £721.72; Christian Aid £1313; Poppy Scotland £268.07 also £500 to Lauderdale Initiative contribution to Christmas lights 2011. The Sunday Club sponsors children in Myanmar through World Vision donating £216 in 2012. The Guild donated £350 to its projects (Crossreach and Mary’s Meals) and £50 to the fellowship of the Least Coin. In addition, donations of used stamps go to support the Mount Olivet Boys Home in Jamaica.
We have resumed the recording of the Church services in Lauder. It is felt that there is sufficient interest in this facility. If any member of the congregation knows someone who would like a CD of our morning worship please tell an elder or speak to Judi Gunn who provides this service for the church.
Are you interested in becoming a subscriber to Life and Work magazine ? The magazine of the Church of Scotland is an informative and very interesting read covering a wide range of issues. Please contact Dot Archibald
A reminder that from Sunday 6th January until Sunday 31st March 2013, inclusive Morning worship at 10am will be held in Oxton War Memorial Hall
Postage stamps are difficult to find. The supply of donated untrimmed used stamps has dried up over recent weeks but stamps are still needed in support of charity. Please ask you friends and acquaintances if they can help George Megahy with his quest.