TAIN WEEKLY BULLETIN. Sunday 2nd October 2016


Sunday 2nd October2016 

Welcome to our services today. 


“I was glad when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord.”                     

(Psalm 122:1)

Tea & Coffee are served in the hall after the morning service.
 Please stay behind if you are able.

TodayAM – Mr William MacKenzie  

             PM – Rev. Douglas MacKeddie

            Sunday School and Crèche – The children go through to the Hall after the second singing.

            Crèche duty today: Mairi MacAulay and Rae Ross.

            Crèche Next Sunday:  Catherine Walker and Mary Mackay.

            Prayer Notes: Missionary Prayer Notes for the month of October are available in the vestibule at the front door of the Church

            Evening Prayer Group:  This meets at 5.35 pm in the Hall.

            October Door Duty:  James Skinner and Ian Mackay.

Tuesday Road to Recovery meets in hall at 7.30pm

Wednesday   Tain lunch Club meets from 12noon till 2.00pm.   Team 1 on dut

                                  Joint Meeting with the APC in our hall.   Rev. John van Eyk will speak on Paul’s Prayer in Ephesians 3:14-21.   

Thursday   Casan Beaga: (Parent and Toddlers) meets in the Hall at 10am

                              (Snacks Duty – Fiona and John Garvie.)

Next Sunday:  Rev. A MacAulay

New Church Fund: There will be an opportunity to contribute to the New Church Fund after both services today.

Tain Communion:  The following people have been added to the communion role of the congregation:   Jan Garscadden, Dugald MacArthur, David and Anne Wilkie,

Health Centre Clean-Up: It is intended to clear weeds, moss and litter from around the old health centre so as to prevent it from becoming more of an eyesore.   This will take place on Saturday 15th October from 10am.  If you are able to help, please come along.  It would be helpful if you could bring any of the following with you; spades, shovels, barrows, buckets or a trailer.

WFM:  Women for Mission, sales and mission box collections for the month of September amounted to £195.

Blythswood Shoebox Appeal:  Leaflets are available at the door.  Completed boxes can be delivered to the Church or to the Blythswood Shop by Friday 4th November.


Thank-you for attending our service today. 

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If you would like a visit from the minister, please call 892 156      or email minister@tainandfearnfreechurch.co.uk

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Note: There is a loop system in the church.

We stand to sing and remain seated for prayer

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