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  • Council Events Committee

    The Council Events Committee, in conjunction with Sma’ Shot Day, made use of our halls to hold workshop with produced costumes, decorations and you may have noticed, a life sized lion.  

  • Fellowship News

    It is with pleasure that Deborah MacDonald has been elected to serve on the Deacons’ Court. Our August Services with Martyrs’ Sandyford Church will be held on 9th and 16th August in the Memorial Building and 23rd and 30th August King Street. Our Joint Harvest Service will take place on

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    Message from the Manse – August 2015

    Dear friends, Very often for weddings at our church couples choose to sing ‘One More Step Along the World I Go’. Marriages are important events and bring with them changes in a couple’s relationship. The hymn is a reminder to keep travelling with the Lord, through new experiences and changes

  • Donation

    Donations for Tea/Coffee during the months July, August and September will be sent to the BMS.

  • BMS World Mission

    BMS World Mission (West Scotland Branch) have sent out an appeal for used postage stamps and foreign coins. If you have any please hand them into the church. Thank you M Drew

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    Message from the Manse June/July

    Dear Friends It is important that we remember those in authority in our daily prayers and devotions.  Recently we received news of the Conservative Party winning the General Election and David Cameron continuing as Prime Minister.  We also saw a huge swing towards SNP here in Scotland, so interesting times

  • Doors Open Day

    A reminder that Doors Open Day is on Saturday 5 September. Church open from 12 Noon until 4:00pm.

  • Community Cash Giveaway

    6,480 Wish Tokens were shared between the Star Project and the Renfrewshire Food Bank.  Many thanks for your contributions. E McIntyre

  • Good News

    We were contacted by the Police who had found the lead stolen from the front of the church last March.  They assumed we wouldn’t want it back and said that usually they sold it to a scrap yard and refunded the money to whoever had sustained the loss.  The outcome