God’s daring risk of love

11:00am at Wilson Memorial Church

This Sunday 28th April 2019 we welcome back, as guest preacher, our former minister Rev Ralph Dunn.  For two Sundays only, Ralph will be stepping out of retirement and back into our pulpit.   Please come along and join us for these family praise and worship services.

This weeks sermon

God’s daring risk of love

This weeks scripture reading

  • Mark 12 : 1-9 (parable of the tenants in the vineyard)

This weeks hymns:

  1. Thou whose almighty word (Mission Praise : 699)
  2. What kind of love is this (Mission Praise : 750)
  3. Healing God, almighty father (Mission Praise : 226)
  4. Jesus puts a new song in our hearts (Church Hymnary 4:  692)

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.

Fundraising Lunch

After this weeks service Beth Hannah will be hosting another fundraising lunch, serving homemade soup and filled rolls.  This month, all funds raised will be sent to the United Free Church of Scotland nominated Easter campaign charity “Stand By Me”.

Also coming up this week

  • Saturday 27th April : 8:30am – Men’s Breakfast, at Morrison’s Café
  • Monday 29th April : 1:30pm – Dixie Saltires Western line dancing class*
  • Wednesday 1st May : 11:00am – Church open hour
  • Thursday 2nd May : 10:30am – Baby sensory class (7-13 months)*
  • Thursday 2nd May : 11:45am – Baby sensory class (0-6 months)*

* denotes externally managed service, using the Wilson Memorial Church facilities

Church open hour

Every Wednesday at 11:00am – some mid-week sanctuary from the busy and hectic life that is 2019.  Please come along and enjoy an escape to the peace and quiet that our beautiful church provides.

Basics Bank

Every week we help local families facing hardship, by providing them with much needed essentials including fresh food, cupboard and bathroom supplies.  Recently we have seen an increase in the number of clients receiving this help from us, and as a result our supplies are low.  If you would like to make a donation, this can be accepted at the Church on any of the open times.  Or alternatively drop us a message through the website contact form, and we can make a specific arrangement.  Click here to listen to the podcast about our Basics Bank.