St Mary’s Aberfoyle &St Andrew’s Callander
Richard Grosse Rector
Notices for week beginning
18th September 2017
Dunblane Area Council
The next meeting of Area Council takes place on this coming Tuesday 19th September starting at 19.30 at St Saviours Church Bridge of Allan FK9 4AY. The meeting will comprise a presentation by members of Place for Hope, a highly regarded dispute resolution group that has worked together with charges in our diocese and many other groups to move forward from dissension to resolution. This should be an interesting evening and we hope as many as possible will attend.
The Harvest Supper and Quiz
for both parishes will be held at St Andrews Callander on Friday 29th September commencing 19.30.
Could you please let Fiona Gibson (email@example.com or 01877 331926) as soon as possible whether you are likely to attend and what you might be able to bring. It is suggested that each person brings one item serving six people. This is quiche, cold meat, a salad, a pudding, wine or a soft drink. Paper copies of this notice can be found in both churches should you prefer. Please supply your own plate and cutlery!
For your prayers
Margie Stephen, Alastair Gardner and Evelyn Nicolson recovering from illness
For members of the Preparatory Committee for the Diocesan Episcopal Election
St Andrew’s Rota
Readers and sides persons:
Ros and Roger
St Mary’s Rota
Flowers: Julie Edmonstone
Readers and sides persons:
Judith and Christopher Poulton
Tuesday 19th September
19.30 Dunblane Area Council (see above)
Wednesday 20th September
Sunday 24th September 2017
God, who in generous mercy sent the Holy Spirit
upon your Church in the burning fire of your love:
grant that your people may be fervent
in the fellowship of the gospel
that, always abiding in you,
they may be found steadfast in faith and active in service;
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 27th September
Linkage Harvest Supper Friday 29th September at Callander (see above)
Friday 29th September at St Anthony’s – Balfron
Clare Cushing of St Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church in Balfron writes
‘The Balfron Community Choir , (which originally grew from the church choir in Balfron Church) are coming to perform at St. Anthony’s. Although this is not an official ecumenical event, I thought it might be nice if everyone who has a link with St. Anthony’s or a link through the churches in Balfron area felt welcome to come along to the concert.
The concert will start at 7:30 and will contain a variety of repertoire to suit everyone, from Mozart to les Mis and lots in between !
Tickets are £4 and £2 and can be purchased from Balfron Library, Mac Farlanes (Hardware) in Balfron, or from me on 07726941407’
19.00 Saturday 30th September at Holy Trinity – Stirling
Music for a While A musical delight for voice and harpsichord/organ Ulrike Wutscher mezzo-soprano Alistair Warwick harpsichord / organ Monteverdi Laudate Dominum Schütz Bringt her dem Herren Ich will den Herren loben allezeit John Clerk Dic mihi saever puer Purcell Hark! How all things Evening Hymn Music for a While Dido’s Lament (Dido and Aeneas) Händel Mi lusingar il dolce afetto (Alcina) Ombra mai fu (Xerxes) Dopo notte (Ariodante) Holy Trinity Scottish Episcopal Church Albert Road, Stirling More details: www.holytrinitystirling.org/music.htm musicinstirling.org
Harvest Festivals: Sunday 8th October
St Andrews Christmas Fair Saturday 11th November
Remembrance Sunday 12th November
Sunday 3rd December
10.00 Callander Annual Parish Meeting followed by the Linkage Advent Carol service at Callander commencing 11.15 There will be no service at Aberfoyle that Sunday
Sunday 10th December
Following the morning service: Aberfoyle Annual Parish Meeting
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
Household goods – good quality crockery, cutlery, towels, pots and pans.
No fresh fruit nor vegetables please.