Notices for the week beginning 7th November 2016
Saturday 12th November
St Andrews Christmas Fair will be from 10-2pm in Callander Kirk Hall. This is our main fund raiser of the year.
There will be the usual tombola, cake and candy, gift and brick a brac stalls. The Cubs and Guides will be there and of course we will be having our wonderful Christmas Hampers raffle. There will be tea/coffee, scones, cakes, soup, and toasties for sale. We hope to see you there, and please encourage family and friends to call in and help support our wonderful Church in our fundraising efforts.
Thank you to those who have already contributed to the appeal for donations to the tombola and raffle: items though are still required. There are boxes at the back of the church for these, or you can drop them off at Roslynn’s house, or alternatively call her on 330353 to make arrangements for collection. Please note this year, there WILL be a bric-a-brac stall.
Callander Kirk Guild
The Guild has kindly invited the ladies of St Andrews to a meeting at 14.00 on Thursday 17th November at the Kirk Halls. RSVP please to Evelyn Nicolson 01877 330436 (See below)
Sunday 13th November Remembrance Sunday
Please note change of service times and venues (See below)
Sunday 20th November
Start Up Stirling
Requirements are listed at the end of this sheet.
For your prayers
Jenny, the sister of John Champness recently diagnosed with serious illness.
Ann Andrews, the daughter-in-law of Christine Ffinch undergoing and thankfully responding to treatment
Nancy Fielding presently in respite care at Blanefield House.
Struan Seymour now discharged from hospital and for his parents and grandparents.
Those recovering from operations.
Those recently bereaved.
St Andrew’s Rotas
Readers and sides persons: Christine and Joan
Tuesday 8th November 2016
17.00 Fellowship Group meets at Croftamie
Saturday 12th November
St Andrew’s Christmas Fair at Callander Kirk Hall (see above)
6.30-830pm in the Deli Ecosse, Callander.
Callander Filling Station
Robert Scott writes
‘Emma Stark from the Glasgow Prophetic Centre is our speaker for the evening. Jenne and Alex will be leading worship and Julie will be there to serve us coffee and cake. Emma will be bringing along a team of people who will offer personal prophetic ministry from 6 – 6.35pm. If you would like to receive this ministry from Emma and her team, could you please reply to this e-mail (email@example.com) as soon as possible and a time slot will be allocated to you. Spaces are limited so please get in touch soon.
Sunday 13th November
Remembrance Sunday (see above)
There will be no service at St Mary’s. There will be a Joint Service with Aberfoyle Kirk. Please Please gather at the war memorial in the Kirk grounds at 10.45 for the Act of Remembrance at 11.00am
10.00 Remembrance Service at St Andrews (non Eucharistic)
10.45 Town Remembrance Service at Callander Kirk followed by laying of wreaths at the Memorial.
Wednesday 16th November
No midweek service – Richard away
Thursday 17th November
14.00 Callander Kirk Guild Meeting (see above)
Sunday 20 November 2016
St Mary’s Third Sunday at Three series
3pm The Kentigern Quartet (see above)
Sunday 27th November
Callander Annual Parish Meeting following Morning service starting at 10.00. Items to be added to the Agenda must be notified to the Rector in writing no less than seven days before commencement of the meeting
Preacher at St Mary’s The Revd. Graham Willey
Sunday 4th December
Aberfoyle Annual Parish Meeting following Morning service starting at 11.15 Items to be added to the Agenda must be notified to the Rector in writing no less than seven days before commencement of the meeting
Sunday 18th December
Carol Service Sunday
Please remember that Service times and venues will vary:
8.00 Holy Communion at Balfron
10.00 Holy Communion at St Andrew’s
11.15 No Morning Service at St Mary’s
16.00 St Mary’s Carol Service (Joint with Aberfoyle Kirk) at St Mary’s
18.30 St Andrew’s Carol Service (Joint with Callander Council of Churches)
St Mary’s Midnight Service Joint with Aberfoyle Kirk at the Kirk
Sunday 15 January 2017
St Mary’s Third at three series
Pistons and Pipes Tom Poulson Trumpet Calum Robertson Organ/Clarinet This exciting and entertaining young duo have promised a wide ranging programme with a strong sense of spectacle.
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.
From time to time appeals for specific items in short supply at Start Up’s warehouse will be made.
No fresh fruit nor vegetables please.