11:00am at Wilson Memorial Church
This Sunday, 4th November, Rev Mike will be leading our weekly family worship service. Please come along and join with us for this time of faith and fellowship.
This weeks sermon
- What’s the point of the bible?
This weeks scripture readings
- 2 Timothy 3:14-17
- Hebrews 4:12-13
This weeks hymns
- O when the saints go marching in (Junior Praise, 195)
- Glorious things of thee are spoken (Mission Praise, 173)
- Search me, o God (Mission Praise, 587)
- For all the saints (Mission Praise, 148)
Children’s praise, worship, and care
During the weekly service, children are invited to join our Church School which follows the Godly Play teaching principles. For very young children, a crèche service is available.
Knitted poppies for remembrance day
The ladies of our Women’s Association have been hard at work knitting woollen poppies for remembrance day. These are now available for a small donation, and we hope to make a stunning display in our remembrance cross with them.
Also, coming up this week
- Monday 5th November : 1:30pm – Dixie Saltires Western line dancing class*
- Wednesday 7th November : 11:00am – Church open hour
- Thursday 8th November : 11:10am – Baby sensory class (7-13 months)*
- Thursday 8th November : 12:30pm – Baby sensory class (0-6 months)*
- Thursday 8th November : 2:00pm – Women’s Association: candle decoration
- Friday 9th November : 6:30pm – Film Society movie night
* denotes externally managed service, using the Wilson Memorial Church facilities
Church open hour
We are open for everyone this Wednesday, 7th November, at 11am. Please come come along and enjoy this short sanctuary from everyday life for an hour of quiet time and meditation. We invite everyone to make Wilson Memorial your oasis of calm in the midst of a busy and hectic life.
STEDFAST – Latest edition out now
The October-November edition of Stedfast Magazine is now available from Wilson Memorial Church. Ask any elder for details of how you can receive a copy. Stedfast is the official magazine of the United Free Church of Scotland, and is packed full of interesting articles about faith and other issues facing the modern church.