Events for December

06/12/2014 SEECAT Quiet time with prayers and thoughts 10.15am- 1.00pm
Redeemed Christian Church of God Carol Service 1400hrs
Light of the world at Liberton Kirk 7.30pm .
10/12/2014 Guild annual business meeting Time TBC
13/13/2014 Trailblazers Christmas Party 1500hrs
17/12/2014 Guild Christmas Meal 1430hrs at the Church
18/12/2014 Carols at Cameron Toll Shopping Centre 6.30pm- 7.30pm
20/12/2014 Carols at Morrisons 12.00-1.00pm
06/12/2014 Light of the World by Origin at Liberton Kirk 7.30pm.
02/01/2015 African Children Choir at Craigmillar Park Church 7.00pm

Carol Service and Christmas Party

The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCC of G) is holding a carol service and Christmas party on Satur-day 6th December in our church, 2-5pm.
A warm invite is extended to all who attend our church services.
For your information, the RCC of G hold a Bible study on Friday evenings, 7-9pm.

Guild

Guild Coffee Morning
Thank You from the Guild
Our thanks to all who supported the Guild Coffee Morning on 8th November, when we raised a total of £412! Well done everyone – a great result!
Christmas Meal
The Guild Christmas meal has been organised for 17th December at Swanston Golf Club. The cost per person is £24. The coach will leave the church at 2.30pm for the meal at 3pm. It is anticipated that we would be home be-tween 5pm – 6pm. The coach is a 24 seater and we already have a total of 22 names but, if others would like to come along, a larger coach can be or-ganised.
Annual Business Meeting
The Annual Business Meeting will be held on 10th December.

Bang-on & Jeff’s wedding

Bang-on & Jeff’s wedding was in Agape church, Cannelton Indiana. It was a very blessed day. Jeff’s family and the church have welcomed Bang-on with open arms and hearts. They are happy Jeff has found in Bang-on what he has been praying for in a wife and that Bang-on has found in Jeff what she had been asking God for in a husband.
Please continue to keep them in your prayers as there is still a long process for them to go through to get the final visas required for Bang-on to stay in America.

Monthly Newsletter

At last we have got here, our monthly newsletter has materialised with the great support of the Elders and group leaders. The communications team hope you find this new format both informative and relevant to the needs of todays Church congregation.
We appreciate one month is a long time and you cannot always submit that last minute event or notice. Please be assured these will be covered during intimations on a Sunday, via the website or the most valuable of all…word of mouth.
I would encourage you to visit our clean, easy to use and up to date web-site for all the latest notices and events.
Januarys newsletter will be closed for submissions on Monday 29th Decem-ber. So please consider anything you feel may be missing, not enough off or you would like to share. Send these to:
James.young82@googlemail.com
member@imesser.wanadoo.co.uk

Light of the World

Light of the world : by Exile a night of praise at Liberton Kirk on Saturday the 6th of December at 7.30pm . See the notice board for details. The event is by tickets but it is free, will order 20 tickets if you need one see Norma Packham.

Big Idea

06/12/2014 Light of the World by Origin at Liberton Kirk 7.30pm. You need a ticket but they are free, retiral offering will be taken for the event. See Norma Packham for tickets.
02/01/2015 African Children Choir at Craigmillar Park Church 7.00pm , free tickets from Norma, retiral offerings will be taken, if you can walk to the event with prayers and candles or lanterns, or if you come by car or bus still do pray on the way.

SEECAT dates

06/12/2014 Quiet time with prayers and thoughts as we prepare our-selves for Christmas at 10.15am-1.00pm bring your own lunch, tea and coffee will be served.
18/12/2014 Carols at Cameron Toll Shopping Centre 6.30pm-7.30pm
20/12/2014 Carols at Morrisons 12.00-1.00pm

The Guild’s annual Coffee Morning

The Guild’s annual Coffee Morning takes place on Saturday, 8th November, between 10am to 12 noon.  Everyone is invited to come along and see what we have in store for you.  There will be the usual stalls with books, bric-a-brac, CDs and much more, plus there will be the most wonderful selection of scrumptious home baking, the likes of which you will not have seen for a long time!!  Come along, bring a friend, and enjoy fellowship and tea/coffee with mouth- watering delicacies!!  Tickets £2.00 each.

 

Should you have any items which you would like to donate to the above, we would be delighted to receive them.  They can be handed in to the church hall on Friday, 7th November 2014, between 2pm and 4pm.  Thank you.

Tea and Coffees

Volunteers are required to help with teas’ and coffee’s  on the 30th of November and 28th of December they would be working with Sheila Corrigan. If interested speak to Sheila or Jan.

Guild meeting Wednesday 29th October

Jennifer Merrilees has very kindly accepted the Guild’s invitation to be the guest speaker on Wednesday, 29th October, at 2pm to give a talk
about the Torch Association. We are all very much looking forward to learning more about the work the Torch Association does. All are welcome
and – bring a friend!