Notices for week beginning 16th January 2017
For your prayers
Jean Sykes who mourns the loss of Mark her son. Please remember also Marion and Debbie. Funeral arrangements are detailed below.
Those recovering from operations – Elizabeth Roads and Carol Seymour
St Andrew’s Rotas
Readers and sides persons: Sandra, Peter and Christine
Monday 16th January until Wednesday 18th January
Richard absent at Clergy Conference, but contactable via text. No midweek service at Callander
Friday 20th January
10.00 The funeral of Mark Sykes at Skipton Crematorium Waltonwrays Cemetery, Carleton Rd, Skipton BD23 3BT
Sunday 22nd January
whose Son revealed in signs and miracles
the wonder of your saving presence:
renew your people with your heavenly grace,
and in all our weakness
sustain us by your mighty power;
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
Wednesday 25th January 2017
The Conversion of Paul
St Mary’s Third at three series on the 19th February
The former Tunnell Trust winners The Gliondar Ensemble (flute, oboe,
Clarinet, bassoon, horn). Details to follow.
Emma Roche (Flute), Anne Rankin (Oboe), Alex South (Clarinet), Rosina Alter (Bassoon),: Fergus Kerr (French Horn).
Former Tunnell Trust winners, The Gliondor Ensemble will play a selection of works by Mozart, Nielsen and Piazzola .
Saturday 27th May
Advance Notice: Casting the Net Gathering
The Revd Nerys Jones writes:
‘Over the last few years the Gathering has been a great opportunity for church members across the diocese to exchange ideas and experiences, to learn something new together, to worship at our Cathedral and to be re-energised in ministry and mission. This year’s event on Saturday 27th May will be no exception.
John Bell, the inspirational Christian speaker, hymn-writer, and broadcaster has been invited to help us to think afresh about worship and about the way we view Jesus. There will be opportunities during the day to meet friends old and new, to find out what is going on in other churches and to explore the Cathedral.
Have fun learning new songs from all over the world, trying out a wide range of prayer activities and taking part in hands-on workshops – you may learn some new skills and perhaps discover hidden talents! The event is designed to appeal to all ages and will be a family-friendly day out. If you are interested, please look out for booking forms which will be sent to all the churches soon after Easter’.
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.
Tinned meat/fish/veg/beans, soup/fruit
Household goods – good quality crockery, cutlery, towels, pots and pans.
No fresh fruit nor vegetables please.