Monthly Archives: July 2018

Linkage Bulletin for weeks commencing 30th July 2018

Notices for the weeks beginning 30th July

Headlines 

Rotas

Callander

Peter and Christine

Aberfoyle

Judith and Christopher Poulton

 

Wednesday 1st August 2018

10.00 Callander

Matt.13.44-46

11.30 Killearn

Matt.13.44-46

Sunday 5th August 2018

The Transfiguration

Trinity 10

Services & Readings

10.00 Callander

BCP

Eph. 4.1-16

Luke 9:26-34

 

11.15 Aberfoyle

Exodus 16.2-4,9-15

Eph. 4.1-16

Luke 9:26-34

 

Wednesday 8th August 2018

10.00 Callander

Matt. 15.21-28


Future Notices:

Friday 17th August

10.45 for 11.00

PAINT AND VARNISH

APPEARANCE AND APPRECIATION

FROM THE Rolling Stones to Caravaggio

Kate Seymour

Head of Education SRAL Netherlands

Gartmore Village Hall FK8 3RW

Illustrated Lecture

Questions led by Lyon and Turnbull

Lunch (gluten-free & vegetarian)

Wine donated by Lyon and Turnbull

 

Charities: music in Hospitals, The Tullochan Trust, The Sons of the Rock Society

 

RSVP BY 1st August to Carolseymour666@gmail.com or 01786 870710 indicating number of tickets

Tickets £20.00

Payable by cheque to the chosen charity and sent to Carol Seymour at Thorntree, Arnprior FK8 3EY or cash payment at the door if requested in advance.


15.00 Sunday 19th August

Third Sunday at Three Concert Series

Alistair Warwick and Ulrike Wutscher organ and voice.

 

Saturday 15th September 10.00 – 16.00

St Mary’s Open Doors Day

 

Sunday 16th September 14.00 – 16.00

St Andrew’s Open Doors Day

 

Friday 28th September

Linkage Harvest Supper at St Andrews.

 

Saturday 20th October

Consecration of  The Revd Canon Ian Paton as Bishop of St Andrews Dunkeld and Dunblane – details to follow.


Our campaign to assist Start Up Stirling is ongoing to allow contributions of the following items to be delivered to the tray in church on any Sunday. Thank you to all who contribute.

Tinned meat/fish/veg/beans, soup/fruit

Dried foods

Ready meals

Cooking sauces

Breakfast cereals

UHT milk

Tea/coffee/sugar

Snacks

Toiletries

Cleaning products

Household goods –  good quality crockery, cutlery, towels, pots and pans.

No fresh fruit nor vegetables please.

Linkage Bulletin for weeks commencing 16th July and 23rd July 2018

Notices for the weeks beginning 16th and 23rd July

 


Joan Dymond 

It is with great sadness that we have to tell you that Joan died on Saturday night in hospital.  Joan had been under treatment, and had been suffering, for a long time. 

Our thoughts and Prayers are with John and the family. 

Please pray for Joan and the Family and may her soul rest in peace.


Headlines 

There is presently no internet connection to The Rectory. Please text as necessary for urgent matters until further notice. 

Diocesan Pilgrimage  

This will be held on Saturday 28th July: full details of the day are now available: see below.

 

14th -29th July 2018

Callander and Trossachs Summerfest

Music, Film, Dance, Drama, Art, Crafts, Outdoor and Kids’ activities, Heritage and Poetry. St Andrew’s  is involved by hosting ‘Art in the Pews’ – an exhibition of works by artists Darren Woodhead, Michael P. Young and Orla Stevens, alongside artwork from a school project on Flanders Moss, the best photos from Callander Photo Club, felt pictures by Val Adie and a Heritage Society display on Scotland’s Suffragettes. It is open Monday to Sat 12 to 16.30 and Sunday 14.00 to 16.30 and we hope you will look in and see it at some point. If you would like to help by stewarding, please contact Hilary Gunkel direct on mail@hilarygunkel.co.uk  or Tel 01877 330798

St Mary’s Sunday 29th July

11.15 Manchester Church Lads and Girls Brigade Camp Service.

St Andrew’s Rota

Fiona, Hilary, Sandra 

St Mary’s Rota

Sunday 22nd July

Kate Joynson or substitutes 

Sunday 29th July

David Miller

Jonny North

This week

Wednesday 18th July

10.00 Callander

Matt. 11.25-27

also

Wednesday July 18th

Quiet Garden at Gleneagles open

Sunday 22nd July

The eighth Sunday after Trinity

Theme: The Lord’s Prayer ‘Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us’

Collect

Almighty Lord and everlasting God,

we beseech you to direct, sanctify and govern

both our hearts and bodies

in the ways of your laws

and the works of your commandments;

that through your most mighty protection, both here and ever,

we may be preserved in body and soul;

through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever. 


 

Services & Readings

10.00 Callander

Son of Sol. 3.1-4

  1. Cor. 5.14-17

Matthew 6:14-15

 

11.15 Aberfoyle

Son of Sol. 3.1-4

  1. Cor. 5.14-17

Matthew 6:14-15

 

Wednesday 25th July

James the Apostle

10.00 Callander

Matt.20.20-28


Saturday 28th July

Diocesan Pilgrimage in association with Scottish Pilgrim Routes Forum

To help us experience something of the spiritual potential of pilgrimage, a section of the Fife Pilgrim Way will be navigated on Saturday 28 July this year, ending at the Cathedral ruins in St Andrews, then with refreshments and Evensong at All Saints’ Church, nearby. Destroyed during the Scottish Reformation, St Andrews Cathedral was consecrated in July 1318, the largest church in Scotland, and had already been a major pilgrimage destination for centuries for Christians from all over Europe. The Cathedral ruins remain an attraction for tourists and pilgrims from all over the world, with a renewed spiritual emphasis supported by new pilgrim routes, like the FPW. Different pilgrimage options have been provided to encourage participation from those with a wide range of mobility requirements and ages, along the different stages of the route. There will be places to rest and pray on the route and each stage will begin with a short act of worship during which any additional pilgrims will be welcomed and incorporated.

 

OPTION A would suit those who are used to walking longer distances – over 10 miles – covering some rough farm tracks, rural, woodland and urban paths, with some sustained hills to climb (transport back to Ceres will be provided for those who park at the start of this option).

 

OPTION B would suit those who are comfortable with some rougher sections, sloping surfaces and a distance of about 4-5 miles along country and urban paths. It starts at Craigtoun Country Park so could be part of a longer day out with children (transport back to Craigtoun will be provided for those who park at the start of this option).

 

OPTION C would suit those who are comfortable with up to a 3 mile route in a fairly flat, urban setting on fairly good tarmac and paved surfaces.

 

OPTION D would suit those who are comfortable with a distance of about half a mile, in a flat, urban setting along pavements and the paths and cut grass of the Cathedral ruins. Ceres Craigtoun Park

 

If any of the above are of interest, please let Richard know. Application by booking form obtained from Richard


Sunday 29th July

The ninth Sunday after Trinity

 

Collect

Almighty God,

who sent your Holy Spirit

to be the life and light of your Church:

open our hearts to the riches of your grace,

that we may bring forth the fruit of the Spirit

in love and joy and peace;

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever.

 

Services & Readings

10.00 Callander

  1. Kings 4.42-44

Eph. 3.14-21

John 6.1-21

11.15 Aberfoyle

Parade Service (see above)

  1. Kings 4.42-44

Eph. 3.14-21

John 6.1-21

 

 

Wednesday 1st August 2018

10.00 Callander

Matt.13.44-46

11.30 Killearn

Matt.13.44-46


Future Notices:

Friday 17th August

10.45 for 11.00

PAINT AND VARNISH

APPEARANCE AND APPRECIATION

FROM THE Rolling Stones to Caravaggio

Kate Seymour

Head of Education SRAL Netherlands

Gartmore Village Hall FK8 3RW

Illustrated Lecture

Questions led by Lyon and Turnbull

Lunch (gluten-free & vegetarian)

Wine donated by Lyon and Turnbull

 

Charities: music in Hospitals, The Tullochan Trust, The Sons of the Rock Society

 

RSVP BY 1st August to Carolseymour666@gmail.com or 01786 870710 indicating number of tickets

Tickets £20.00

Payable by cheque to the chosen charity and sent to Carol Seymour at Thorntree, Arnprior FK8 3EY or cash payment at the door if requested in advance.

 

Saturday 15th September 10.00 – 16.00

St Mary’s Open Doors Day

 

Sunday 16th September 14.00 – 16.00

St Andrew’s Open Doors Day

 

Friday 28th September

Linkage Harvest Supper at St Andrews.

 

Saturday 20th October

Consecration of  The Revd Canon Ian Paton as Bishop of St Andrews Dunkeld and Dunblane – details to follow.


 

Our campaign to assist Start Up Stirling is ongoing to allow contributions of the following items to be delivered to the tray in church on any Sunday. Thank you to all who contribute.

Tinned meat/fish/veg/beans, soup/fruit

Dried foods

Ready meals

Cooking sauces

Breakfast cereals

UHT milk

Tea/coffee/sugar

Snacks

Toiletries

Cleaning products

Household goods –  good quality crockery, cutlery, towels, pots and pans.

No fresh fruit nor vegetables please.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Linkage Bulletin for week commencing 9th July 2018

Notices for the week beginning 9th July 2018

 Headlines

 

Diocesan Pilgrimage  

This will be held on Saturday 28th July: full details of the day are now available: see below.

 

Third Sunday at Three Concert Series

The next concert with Feis Fhoirt takes place on Sunday 15th July with young ceilidh musicians playing fiddles, clarash, guitar and mandolin with Gaelic singing.

 

14th -29th July 2018

Callander and Trossachs Summerfest

Music, Film, Dance, Drama, Art, Crafts, Outdoor and Kids’ activities, Heritage and Poetry. St Andrew’s  is involved by hosting ‘Art in the Pews’ – an exhibition of works by artists Darren Woodhead, Michael P. Young and Orla Stevens, alongside artwork from a school project on Flanders Moss, the best photos from Callander Photo Club, felt pictures by Val Adie and a Heritage Society display on Scotland’s Suffragettes. It is open Monday to Sat 12 to 16.30 and Sunday 14.00 to 16.30 and we hope you will look in and see it at some point. If you would like to help by stewarding, please contact Hilary Gunkel direct on mail@hilarygunkel.co.uk  or Tel 01877 330798


 St Andrew’s Rota

Fiona, Hilary, Sandra

 St Mary’s Rota

Marie and David Thompson

This week

Tuesday 10th July 2018

17.00 Fellowship Group- Croftamie

Wednesday 11th July 2018

10.00 Callander

Matt. 10.1-7

 

Sunday 15th July

The seventh Sunday after Trinity

Theme: The Lord’s Prayer ‘Forgive us our trespasses’

Collect

Lord of all power and might,

the author and giver of all good things:

graft in our hearts the love of your name,

increase in us true religion,

nourish us with all goodness,

and of your great mercy keep us in the same;

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever.

 

Services & Readings

08.00 Balfron

Mark 11:20-25

 

10.00 Callander

Amos 7.7-15

Eph. 1.3-14

Mark 11:20-25

 

11.15 Aberfoyle

Amos 7.7-15

Eph. 1.3-14

Mark 11:20-25

 

Wednesday 18th July

10.00 Callander

Matt. 11.25-27

also

Wednesday July 18th

Quiet Garden at Gleneagles open

 

Saturday 28th July

Diocesan Pilgrimage in association with Scottish Pilgrim Routes Forum

To help us experience something of the spiritual potential of pilgrimage, a section of the Fife Pilgrim Way will be navigated on Saturday 28 July this year, ending at the Cathedral ruins in St Andrews, then with refreshments and Evensong at All Saints’ Church, nearby. Destroyed during the Scottish Reformation, St Andrews Cathedral was consecrated in July 1318, the largest church in Scotland, and had already been a major pilgrimage destination for centuries for Christians from all over Europe. The Cathedral ruins remain an attraction for tourists and pilgrims from all over the world, with a renewed spiritual emphasis supported by new pilgrim routes, like the FPW. Different pilgrimage options have been provided to encourage participation from those with a wide range of mobility requirements and ages, along the different stages of the route. There will be places to rest and pray on the route and each stage will begin with a short act of worship during which any additional pilgrims will be welcomed and incorporated.

 

OPTION A would suit those who are used to walking longer distances – over 10 miles – covering some rough farm tracks, rural, woodland and urban paths, with some sustained hills to climb (transport back to Ceres will be provided for those who park at the start of this option).

 

OPTION B would suit those who are comfortable with some rougher sections, sloping surfaces and a distance of about 4-5 miles along country and urban paths. It starts at Craigtoun Country Park so could be part of a longer day out with children (transport back to Craigtoun will be provided for those who park at the start of this option).

 

OPTION C would suit those who are comfortable with up to a 3 mile route in a fairly flat, urban setting on fairly good tarmac and paved surfaces.

 

OPTION D would suit those who are comfortable with a distance of about half a mile, in a flat, urban setting along pavements and the paths and cut grass of the Cathedral ruins. Ceres Craigtoun Park

 

If any of the above are of interest, please let Richard know. Application by booking form obtained from Richard


Friday 17th August

10.45 for 11.00

PAINT AND VARNISH

APPEARANCE AND APPRECIATION

FROM THE Rolling Stones to Caravaggio

Kate Seymour

Head of Education SRAL Netherlands

Gartmore Village Hall FK8 3RW

Illustrated Lecture

Questions led by Lyon and Turnbull

Lunch (gluten-free & vegetarian)

Wine donated by Lyon and Turnbull

 

Charities: music in Hospitals, The Tullochan Trust, The Sons of the Rock Society

 

RSVP BY 1st August to Carolseymour666@gmail.com or 01786 870710 indicating number of tickets

Tickets £20.00

Payable by cheque to the chosen charity and sent to Carol Seymour at Thorntree, Arnprior FK8 3EY or cash payment at the door if requested in advance.


Saturday 15th September 10.00 – 16.00

St Mary’s Open Doors Day

Sunday 16th September 14.00 – 16.00

St Andrew’s Open Doors Day

Friday 28th September

Linkage Harvest Supper at St Andrews.


Our campaign to assist Start Up Stirling is ongoing to allow contributions of the following items to be delivered to the tray in church on any Sunday. Thank you to all who contribute.

Tinned meat/fish/veg/beans, soup/fruit

Dried foods

Ready meals

Cooking sauces

Breakfast cereals

UHT milk

Tea/coffee/sugar

Snacks

Toiletries

Cleaning products

Household goods –  good quality crockery, cutlery, towels, pots and pans.

No fresh fruit nor vegetables please.

 

Linkage Bulletin for week commencing 2nd July 2018

Notices for the week beginning 2nd July 2018

 Headlines

 

Diocesan Pilgrimage  

This will be held on Saturday 28th July: full details of the day are now available: see below.

Third Sunday at Three Concert Series

The next concert with Feis Fhoirt takes place on Sunday 16th July with young ceilidh musicians playing fiddles, clarash, guitar and mandolin with Gaelic singing.

14th -29th July 2018

Callander and Trossachs Summerfest

Music, Film, Dance, Drama, Art, Crafts, Outdoor and Kids’ activities, Heritage and Poetry. St Andrew’s  is involved by hosting ‘Art in the Pews’ – an exhibition of works by artists Darren Woodhead, Michael P. Young and Orla Stevens, alongside artwork from a school project on Flanders Moss, the best photos from Callander Photo Club, felt pictures by Val Adie and a Heritage Society display on Scotland’s Suffragettes. It is open Monday to Sat 12 to 16.30 and Sunday 14.00 to 16.30 and we hope you will look in and see it at some point. If you would like to help by stewarding, please contact Hilary Gunkel direct on mail@hilarygunkel.co.uk  or Tel 01877 330798


 St Andrew’s Rota

Fiona, Hilary, Sandra

 St Mary’s Rota

George Willis

Mark Seymour or substitutes

This week

Wednesday 4th July

No midweek services at Callander nor Killearn

 

Sunday 8th July

The sixth Sunday after Trinity

Merciful God,

you have prepared for those who love you

such good things as pass our understanding:

pour into our hearts such love toward you

that we, loving you in all things and above all things,

may obtain your promises,

which exceed all that we can desire;

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever.

 

Services & Readings

10.00 Callander

Ezek. 2.1-5

  1. Cor. 12.2-10

Mark 6.1-13

 

11.15 Aberfoyle

Ezek. 2.1-5

  1. Cor. 12.2-10

Mark 6.1-13


Future Events and Dates

Tuesday 10th July 2018

17.00 Fellowship Group- Croftamie

 

Wednesday 11th July 2018

10.00 Callander

Matt. 10.1-7

 Sunday 15th July

St Mary’s Third Sunday at Three Concert Series

15.00 Feis Fhiort

 Wednesday July 18th

Quiet Garden at Gleneagles open

 Saturday 28th July

Diocesan Pilgrimage in association with Scottish Pilgrim Routes Forum

To help us experience something of the spiritual potential of pilgrimage, a section of the Fife Pilgrim Way will be navigated on Saturday 28 July this year, ending at the Cathedral ruins in St Andrews, then with refreshments and Evensong at All Saints’ Church, nearby. Destroyed during the Scottish Reformation, St Andrews Cathedral was consecrated in July 1318, the largest church in Scotland, and had already been a major pilgrimage destination for centuries for Christians from all over Europe. The Cathedral ruins remain an attraction for tourists and pilgrims from all over the world, with a renewed spiritual emphasis supported by new pilgrim routes, like the FPW. Different pilgrimage options have been provided to encourage participation from those with a wide range of mobility requirements and ages, along the different stages of the route. There will be places to rest and pray on the route and each stage will begin with a short act of worship during which any additional pilgrims will be welcomed and incorporated.

 

OPTION A would suit those who are used to walking longer distances – over 10 miles – covering some rough farm tracks, rural, woodland and urban paths, with some sustained hills to climb (transport back to Ceres will be provided for those who park at the start of this option).

OPTION B would suit those who are comfortable with some rougher sections, sloping surfaces and a distance of about 4-5 miles along country and urban paths. It starts at Craigtoun Country Park so could be part of a longer day out with children (transport back to Craigtoun will be provided for those who park at the start of this option).

 

OPTION C would suit those who are comfortable with up to a 3 mile route in a fairly flat, urban setting on fairly good tarmac and paved surfaces.

 

OPTION D would suit those who are comfortable with a distance of about half a mile, in a flat, urban setting along pavements and the paths and cut grass of the Cathedral ruins. Ceres Craigtoun Park

 

If any of the above are of interest, please let Richard know. Application by booking form obtained from Richard


Friday 17th August

10.45 for 11.00

PAINT AND VARNISH

APPEARANCE AND APPRECIATION

FROM THE Rolling Stones to Caravaggio

Kate Seymour

Head of Education SRAL Netherlands

Gartmore Village Hall FK8 3RW

Illustrated Lecture

Questions led by Lyon and Turnbull

Lunch (gluten-free & vegetarian)

Wine donated by Lyon and Turnbull

 

Charities: music in Hospitals, The Tullochan Trust, The Sons of the Rock Society

 

RSVP BY 1st August to Carolseymour666@gmail.com or 01786 870710 indicating number of tickets

Tickets £20.00

Payable by cheque to the chosen charity and sent to Carol Seymour at Thorntree, Arnprior FK8 3EY or cash payment at the door if requested in advance.


Saturday 15th September 10.00 – 16.00

St Mary’s Open Doors Day

Sunday 16th September 14.00 – 16.00

St Andrew’s Open Doors Day

Friday 28th September

Linkage Harvest Supper at St Andrews.


Our campaign to assist Start Up Stirling is ongoing to allow contributions of the following items to be delivered to the tray in church on any Sunday. Thank you to all who contribute.

Tinned meat/fish/veg/beans, soup/fruit

Dried foods

Ready meals

Cooking sauces

Breakfast cereals

UHT milk

Tea/coffee/sugar

Snacks

Toiletries

Cleaning products

Household goods –  good quality crockery, cutlery, towels, pots and pans.

No fresh fruit nor vegetables please.