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The October edition of the O&A Factor is now available for download from the Congregational News page.
We really need your empty shoe boxes and goods to fill them for this year’s Blythswood Shoebox Appeal. We will be filling our boxes on Sunday 6th November.
On Friday 23rd September the ‘Busy Bees’ Messy Church was attended by over 50 adults and children and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Instead of the usual crafts we started with a ‘Treasure Hunt’ in the church then moved to … Continue reading
The Men’s Fellowship Group is designed to get us out of the house and spend a bit of time together, doing something fun outdoors or indoors depending on the weather, having a laugh and getting to know each other a bit … Continue reading
The August edition of the O&A Factor is now available for download from the Congregational News page.
This year’s Summer Holiday Club – ‘Catch the Post’ – written by our minister, Rev Dolly Purnell, was a huge success. During the week over 50 children participated in the games, crafts and songs while they explored the bible stories of … Continue reading
The June edition of the O&A Factor is now available for download from the Congregational News page.
On Tuesday 21st June the children of the Abbey Playgroup made their summer visit to the Tuesday Coffee Morning to entertain a large audience with their delightful action songs. Their twice-yearly visit is always a highlight and this was no exception. … Continue reading
This year we decided to bring our Prizegiving and Church Picnic & Barbecue forward by a couple of weeks to coincide with the national celebrations for the Queen’s 90th birthday. Mary Anderson, who recently retired as a long-serving Sunday School … Continue reading