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SOUP AND ROLL LUNCH

posted 14 Jan 2019, 03:06 by Jan Gillies   [ updated 11 Jun 2019, 03:00 ]

The next Soup and Roll lunch will be on Saturday 29th June, in the Church Hall from 12 - 1.30 pm. Admission costs £3.50

Craft Group

posted 9 Oct 2018, 06:47 by Jan Gillies   [ updated 5 Apr 2019, 06:58 ]

The craft group is now on holiday. We will resume in October.

Doors Open Days - September 2018

posted 7 Sep 2018, 07:15 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks

Doors Open Days is promoted nationally by The Scottish Civic Trust with part sponsorship from Historic Environment Scotland. 

The event aims to encourage everyone to appreciate and help to preserve their heritage. 

As part of this event St. Serf’s Church will be open on Saturday 29th September from 12.30 till 4pm and on Sunday 30th from 1pm till 4pm. 

Highlights and new this year are the former Devon Colliery Beam Engine House, returning to the programme after an absence of many years; Tullibody Community Garden, which is encouraging people to grow their own food and eat more healthily; the fascinating Serf, Sauchie and Silver - A Circular Place-Name Walk, where you can find out about the origin of names in the county; and also the Tullibody Heritage Centre.

The Harvester (Autumn 2018) and Weekly Pew Leaflets

posted 24 Aug 2018, 03:42 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks   [ updated 24 Aug 2018, 03:43 ]

The latest edition of the Church magazine, The Harvester, is now available.  Use the menu button above (menu option on a mobile) or follow this link.

The weekly Pew Leaflet is also available.  Again use the menu button (menu option on a mobile) or follow this link.

Banchory Primary Scripture Union

posted 8 Aug 2018, 01:49 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks

We are hoping to start an SU group in Banchory Primary after the October holidays. 
This will be led by Kami Kalsi the COLT schools worker and Ann Wairing a member of Alloa Baptist Church. 
We are looking for a rota of volunteers from our congregation to help them. Anyone who is interested please speak to the minister.

Edinburgh Deaf Choir - Sunday 26th August 2018

posted 8 Aug 2018, 01:47 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks


On Sunday 26th August we look forward to welcoming the Edinburgh Deaf Choir to our morning service. 

They will sign the hymns for us and the rest of the service will be interpreted into British Sign Language by Rev. Rosie Addis, the chaplain to Albany Deaf Church in Edinburgh.

Strawberry Tea in aid of the ’Save our Civic Centre’ Saturday 25th August (11am-1pm)

posted 8 Aug 2018, 01:29 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks   [ updated 13 Aug 2018, 03:25 ]

We are hosting a Strawberry Tea in the Church Hall on Saturday 25th August (11am-1pm) in aid of the ’Save our Civic Centre’ campaign. 
Entrance is £3. 
We would greatly appreciate donations of strawberry related home baking or items which can be eaten accompanied by strawberries.  This can be handed in on Friday 24th August at 7:30pm or first thing on Saturday morning.from 9:30am.

Joel Hafvenstein - Nepal March 2018

posted 22 Mar 2018, 10:47 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks

Dear friends in Scotland, 
Thank you for continuing to support us in prayer, and special thanks to everyone who has been in touch by letter and email. 
Our top prayer requests this time: 
1. For Nepal's new government to be stable, effective, and locally accountable. 
2. For UMN and the new government to maintain a good relationship. 
3. For the changes at UMN which Joel is leading. 
4. For our physical health (especially continued headache reduction for Fi). 
5. For Isaac to adjust well to nursery school.

Please open the file below to continue reading Joel's letter...

Holy Week 2018

posted 17 Mar 2018, 11:56 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks

Holy week: Next Sunday is Palm Sunday. We will be having extra services in the following week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7.00pm.

Stewardship 2018

posted 17 Mar 2018, 11:54 by St.Serfs Tullibody-Clacks

Our Stewardship Campaign this year will be – “Christian Giving of Time”. Time is a fundamental part of God’s creation (Gen 1: 14-19) and should be recognised as a very important gift from God. In considering the “Christian Giving of Time” let us reflect on the ways we use our Time. We can think about these different uses of our time: Time for God - Time for friends and family - Time for work - Time for rest and leisure - Time for the church. Our Stewardship Season month this year is yet to be decided but we can all begin to reflect on how we use our time in relation to the theme of “Christian Giving”.
Jan Gillies (stewardship convener)

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