To mark the second anniversary of Celebrate Recovery in South East Edinburgh and to relaunch the programme Steph McLeod is coming to the Hub, Ravenscroft Street, Gilmerton to sing and share his story this coming Thursday 15th January. Doors open at 7. There will be a shared meal. If you yourself or someone you know is struggling with hurts, habits or hang ups, do come along and bring your friends and find out more about Celebrate Recovery. For more info contact Shona Haggie 664 4352.
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2015, 19th – 23rd January
Theme: Give me a drink
Short Church Services: Monday 19th Jan, 2pm at St. Barnabas’ Church
Tuesday 20th Jan, 7pm at St Catherine’s Church
Wednesday 21st Jan, 2pm at St Gregory’s Church
Thursday 22nd Jan, 7pm at Liberton Kirk Main Service, followed by refreshments
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
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.
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.
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.
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
We are now less than 4 weeks away from the start of the Blythswood Care Shoebox Appeal 2014. Last year’s successful run within one week will not be repeated owing to logistical problems with the vehicles and drivers; we hope to better the 2013 total of 6,300 shoeboxes sorted but it will again be over a two-week period. The dates for this year are:
Monday 10th November to Friday 22nd November. There will be only two shifts per day: 9.30am-12.30pm and 1.00pm to 4.00pm. There will be no evening session.
The main work of the Shoebox Appeal in South Edinburgh is on the sorting centre at Craigmillar Park Church. It is supported by churches and organisations all over Scotland but particularly by congregations in the Newington and South-East area because members mostly live within an easy distance; and while we are always pleased to receive filled shoeboxes our greatest need is for helpers to give their time sorting the shoeboxes donated by others. In recent appeals we have handled between 5,000 and 7,000 boxes each year.
Volunteers to help with shoebox sorting in the Hall at Craigmillar Park Church. There are 2 shifts each day, from 9:30am-12:30pm and 1pm-4pm every weekday and we need at least 6 sorters per shift.
(To help with the arrangements:
If your church is already involved in the shoebox appeal, please would you pass this email to your co-ordinator and ask him or her to contact me.
- If you are not yet involved, we would like you to consider getting involved. You would need to organise a local co-ordinator and, again, ask him or her to contact me.)
Dear friends at Liberton Northfield Parish Church,
Following on from last year’s events – we’re delighted to be hosting another festival of Christian music right on the Royal Mile during the festival. The evenings will feature well-known local artists like Steph Macleod, The Exile Band, Beth Coyle, Alan McKinlay, Anthem 33, Selah Corbin, The Royal Foundlings, El Mafrex and others.
Each evening, three bands or artists will play their music and share their faith stories with festival-goers, in a cafe-style environment. A refreshments bar will be available. If you’re looking for something to recommend to your congregation for good quality Christian music that is a great opportunity to confidently bring a non-Christian friend along to, this is it.
|Date||Tues 19 – Sat 23 August|
|Time||Doors 7pm, Programme from 7.30pm|
|Venue||Carrubbers Christian Centre, 65 High Street, Edinburgh|
|Tickets||no tickets required|
Target AudienceThis event is for everyone (no childcare facilities).
Special event is arranged by Big Idea on the 20/9/2014 in Moredun, keep the date free in your diary, more details nearer to the time.
At Celebrate Recovery in the Hub Ravenscroft Street on Thursday 29th May, 7 for 7.30 pm, Emily Ackerman is coming to share the amazing story of her journey to healing and wholeness, of how God kept her and her family through 2 decades of illness and touched her and restored her to health last year. (Meal at 7.30pm). Contact Shona Haggie (664 4352) for further details.
Please come along celebrate the Church’s birthday on Pentecost Sunday 8th June 2-4pm at KLM’s Celebration Sunday on the KLM Land, Gracemount Avenue. There will be Light and Life and fun and games and music and free ice-cream
The Redeemed Christian Church of God
Every Friday evening The Redeemed Christian Church of God have a Bible study in our church hall. They have cordially invited members of our congregation with love to their 1st Year Anniversary Celebration on Friday June 6th for a praise and testimony night, 7pm-10pm.