WELCOME TO ST COLUMBA CHURCH: The mission of any Church is to reflect through its presence, its music, its fellowship and its beauty the transcendence of God, and we seek to do that here in all that we share. We hope that everyone who enters these doors will find an encouraging, friendly group of people. While we are far from perfect, we are regularly discovering truths that are changing us individually and enriching our lives as a church community. As we worship together, learn from the Bible, and pray for one another, we are strengthened in our commitment to Jesus Christ as well as to each other. If this is your first time here, we welcome you, and invite you to share the joy that we have found.
AT THE DOORS TO WELCOME YOU TODAY:
Team 6: Mr. Bill McCulloch, Mr. Tom Rodger, Mr. Michael Whiteford, Mr. Alex. Connell, Mr. Robbie Park, Mr. Jim Hunter, Mr. Jim Hume, Mrs. Liz Murray, Mr. Glynn McCaig, Mrs. Pamela Naylor, Mrs. Jane Hunter and Mr. Jim W. Brown
Team 7: Mrs. Irene Bartholomew, Mr. Norman Reid, Mrs. Nancy Mortimer, Mrs. Jean Stewart, Mrs. Heather Fullerton, Mrs. Christina Kennedy, Mr. Terry Swinn, Mrs. Janet McKnight, Mr. Derek McNish, Mr. Keith Fullerton, Mrs. Anne Mills and Mr. Peter G. Macdonald
Team 8: Mrs. Dorothy Bone, Mrs. Linda Sharp, Mrs. Shona Frew, Mr. Jim Brown, Mrs. Jessie Davidson, Mrs. Sheena Stewart, Mr. Peter T. MacDonald, Mrs. Fiona Boyd, Mrs. Maureen Fullerton, Mr. Stuart Reid, Mrs. Larraine Christian and Mr. John Ballantyne
MINISTRY OF FLOWERS: The flowers, which adorn the Sanctuary this week, have been given to the Glory of God by Mr. and Mrs. Alan McKinlay, Revd. and Mrs. Roddy McNidder and Mrs. Rine Kidd
Sunday 30 June 2019 HOLY COMMUNION
SERVICES CONDUCTED by members of the MINISTERIAL TEAM
9.30 am – Team: 6 11.15 am – Team: 7 6.30 pm – Team: 8
Sound: Mr. John Crone Sound: Mr. George McMillan Sound: Mr. Jim Brown
RETIRING OFFERING at all Services will be used for Pulpit supply and in support of our friends in the Congregation at Lochside Church.
UNFERMENTED wine is available in the centre rows of each tray.
Sunday 7 July 2019
SERVICES CONDUCTED BY REVD. IAN PATERSON and REVD. EDDIE SIMPSON
9.30 am Family Worship: Duty Team: 9 Sound: Mr. Alastair Swan
11.15am Morning Worship Sound: David Campbell
20’s IN THE PEWS: This year’s recipient is Alzheimers (Scotland). The total collected during May was £32.28 – this is a substantial drop on previous months. Please remember your 20’s for this very worthwhile cause. Thank you.
LIFE & WORK: Pre-ordered copies of the July edition are available for uplifting at the main door of the Church. There are extra copies available at both doors priced £2.80
FOOD BANK: Stocks on certain items are really running low – some are at critical level. We desperately need the following items – all tinned foods: fish, potatoes, vegetables, fruit, cold meat and tinned meals.
Your help and support is greatly appreciated.
OASIS CAFÉ SUMMER TEAM look forward welcoming you this Thursday 4th July (10.30 – 12 noon), pop in and enjoy their splendid HOMEBAKING and a blether. Bring a friend and relax – all very welcome.
OASIS CAFÉ – Please note during Holiday Club week there will be NO CAFÉ on Thursday 18th July.
HOLIDAY CLUB: the Team are excited to bring you an amazing Holiday Club – “Showstoppers!” which is running Monday 15th – Friday 19th July from 10am – 12noon. The Team is committed to this children’s mission and as always, we really need your help to deliver a 5 star event! There are many interesting tasks for volunteers, if you are able to help one day or five, please contact Irene (in the office) or Stuart ([email protected])
FUN DAY – LOCHSIDE – HELP REQUIRED: for the Fun Day and Car Wash at Lochside Church on 13th July from 12noon – 2pm to raise funds for the afterschool club. We would be so grateful if you could help in any way. We need – donations of Homebaking (there is a list in the Carrick Park Vestibule to sign up for this); donations for the “Tombola” – please NO alcohol, as there will be children involved in helping on the day; bring your car to be washed; and the donation of some of your precious time to help out. More information is available from Helen Greig (520288) or Irene in the office.
DRIVER – we are looking for a driver to bring a lady from Wilson Street to the 11.15am Service – please contact the office if you can help.
OUR MINISTRY OF FLOWERS: we would be most grateful if the congregation would give the office names of members who are deserving of Sunday flowers. People who are poorly, housebound or just needing cheering up! Thank you in anticipation of your help.
MEMBERS AND FRIENDS IN HOSPITAL THIS PAST WEEK:
AYR HOSPITAL: Mrs. Chresta Clark (Stn 10)
THE BIGGART: Mrs. May Speirs and Mrs. Mary Martin (Macmillan) and Mrs Muriel Morton (Urquhart)
AYRSHIRE HOSPICE: Mrs. Nan Conway and Miss Mabel Davidson.
We extend our condolences to the family of Mrs. Jean Rosamond (Retired Elder Ayr St Columba Church) who passed away last week in Malin Court. We have no details of Jean’s funeral service.
Congratulations to Mr. Hugh and Mrs. Rosemary Bryson on the occasion of their Diamond Wedding Anniversary.