The Prayer Group meets again in the meeting place on Tuesdays from 7 – 7.30 pm. If you would like prayers
said for someone or a situation in the world, or if you would like someone
to have a visit, please write their name address and telephone number on a piece of paper and put it in the box marked Prayer Time. The box will be on the table in the vestibule near the front door of the church.
Picture here are members of the Strathkelvin Battalion Boys Brigade receiving their Presidents and Queen Badge Awards at Torrance Parish Church, the awards were presented by Rev Mark Johnstone, Deputy Lieutenant of Dunbartonshire and Mr Alan Brown, Provost, East Dunbartonshire Council.
Charities . . . As we only had seven charities nominated this year it was decided no ballot should take place and that all seven will be put forward for support over the next three years.
The schedule drawn up is as follows:
2018 Christmas Motor Neuron Disease Scotland
Glasgow Children’s Hospital
Women’s Aid Kirkintilloch
2019 Christmas Water Aid
Strathkelvin Talking Newspaper
2020 Christmas Samaritans Glasgow
Seagull Trust Cruises Kirkintilloch
The Church will now be open on the first Wednesday of each month, between 10 am and 3 pm
Everyone in the community is invited to visit our beautiful and historic building; all are welcome
Tea, coffee and biscuits (or occasionally home baking) will be available
Why not drop in and see us if you are in town and have a little time to spare
The dates for 2018 are:
2nd May 6th June 4th July 1st August 5th September 3rd October 7th November 5th December.
At last some pictures from the celebratory lunch held after the service on 3rd December when the roof was rededicated are now on the site; have a look on the Roof Restoration Project page – at the bottom of the page. Sorry for the delay.