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Saturday 25 May: NK Ramblers Walk: Brown Hill, Alva, Ochil Hills.  A strenuous walk but short and slow.  For further details and meeting time, see the poster in the church hall's window.



Sunday 26 May: Morning Worship 10.30am.

Our last evening service before the summer will be an Iona Communion at 6.30pm in the chapel of the church.

Tuesday 28 May:
2pm in the hall.  Popular songs for all, including those with some memory loss, followed by a cup of tea.

Wednesday 29 May:  
Midweek Service
11am in the hall, followed by coffee & home-baking.


Thursday 30 May:
1.30pm in the hall.

NK Heritage Forum is a group for all those with an interest in the history of the parish. 7.30pm in the hall.  All welcome!


Friday 31 May:
You’ll be welcome at the Coffee Pot. Home baking. From 10am in the hall

Sunday 2 June:
Morning Worship 

375th Anniversary: Let's do lunch - Sunday Lunch in the manse garden after the service.  A picnic for everyone.  Garden games, pétanque competition and art activities. It's going to be great fun for all ages.  Bring your own sandwiches and a garden seat and we'll provide the punch and the sunshine.

St Gregory’s Foodbank: Please keep filling our trug with your donations which are so gratefully received. St. Gregory’s are always delighted to receive monetary donations too. The halls are open Monday to Friday (9.00 a.m. to 2.30 p.m.) and every Sunday morning.

375 Anniversary events to come: On Thursday 6 June at 7.30pm in the church hall, Donald Shankland will give a talk on The Heritors of New Kilpatrick, with interesting stories about the owners of the district's large estates and houses.  See you there.

Then on Saturday 15 June at 7pm, we have a retelling of the story of the parish, which will later be touring local primary schools.  A dramatisation of the parish tale and how we grew to be Bearsden: Story of a Stone  This project is a partnership between New Kilpatrick and Bearsden Festival to celebrate the 375th Anniversary of the parish.  There will also be a short film that was created as a Festival project by local teenagers during the October week last year.  The film provides a glimpse into the effect of social media on their lives, and has been written, directed, and acted by the young people themselves with support from young professional film makers.  There will be a chance to hear more from the creative teams behind both projects and an opportunity to ask questions over some refreshments.


Kelvingrove Organ Recitals: Chris Nickol will be playing at Kelvingrove Art Gallery on Sundays 26 May and 2 June, both recitals at 3pm.


Bearsden Academy Summer Concert:  If you would like to attend this concert on Wednesday 19 June, 2.15-3.30pm, contact the church office by 12noon on Friday 31 May (0141 942 8827,  Spaces are limited.  Refreshments will be served.

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