Sunday 14 August:  The last of the shared summer services between Bearsden Cross and New Kilpatrick Parish Churches. Roddy and Graeme hope that you have enjoyed this time of fellowship and sharing in worship over the summer period.

 

Wednesday 17 August: There will be a midweek service at 11am in NK this Wednesday, followed by coffee and cake.

 

Thursday 18 August: Daybreak group meets in NK’s church hall at 1.30pm. A group for those with a degree of memory loss.

 

NK Family Communion & Picnic:

Next Sunday, NK come together round the table in an intergenerational communion, less formal, but just as deep in creating community. This will lead into a picnic in the Manse garden. With echoes of the Jubilee, there will be traditional Sunday School picnic races and games for every generation.

Please bring a seat for the garden and some sandwiches. juice and entertainment will be provided. If it is raining, we will be in the hall.

 

NK Enquirers’ Class:

After church on the 4th, 11th and 18th September for an hour in the chapel,

NK are offering a short run of classes for anyone who might be interested in formally joining the church. These will be three discussions on what faith means today and what it is to be church. It is also open to anyone who has recently joined or anyone who has been a member for decades to look again and explore a reimagined version of ourselves. Come along at 11.30 am.

 

Macmillan Coffee Day

3rd September 2022

New Kilpatrick’s Macmillan Coffee Day will be held in the garden at 25 Gartconnell Road. on Saturday 3rd September.

All are very welcome, but it would be helpful if places could be booked at one of the 4 slots (10-11am, 11.30-12.30, 1.30-2.30 and 3-4pm) – contact mail@nkchurch.org.uk or

0141 942 8827. Please indicate if you are happy to sit at a small table with others or would prefer to be in your own “bubble”.

A cuppa, a chat, and all in a good cause.

 

Christian Aid

We have received an urgent appeal from Christian Aid for the crisis in East Africa. Many are facing famine and lives are at risk following the worst drought to have hit the area for 40 years.

There will be envelopes available on Sunday 14 August. If you prefer to donate online, you can do so on the Christian Aid website.

You can hand the envelopes back in at either New Kilpatrick or Bearsden Cross Church.