St Michael Weekly Notices – 25 September 2022

Sunday, 25 September 2022

08:30 am: Said Eucharist (1970 Rite)

10:30 am: Harvest Festival at St Michael’s. Food gifts and collection will be donated to Helensburgh & Lomond Food Bank. Many thanks to all those who helped decorate St Michael’s for our Harvest Festival.

Tuesday, 26 September 2022 –

Feast Day of St Vincent de Paul, Priest, 1660

10:30 am: Said Eucharist (1982 Rite) followed by refreshments

Wednesday, 28 September

11:00 am: Chair Yoga | Chair Exercises will start again in the Upper Hall at St Michaels.

Please feel free to join in, it’s great fun.

Friday, 30 September 2022

Correction: the class starts at 06:00 and ends at 08:00 pm: Line Dancing lessons for beginners.

Come along to learn some cracking dances to great tunes, it’s great for keeping fit, making new friends, suitable for singles or couples and all ages.

See you all on the dance floor, Reboot Line dancing

Saturday, 1 October 2022

10:30 am: Pet Blessing Service with speaker Fiona Baker.

All God’s creatures are welcome!

Sunday, 2 October 2022

08:30 am: Said Eucharist (1970 Rite)

10:30 am: St Michael and All Angels Church Patronal Festival. Said Eucharist (1982 Rite). Please join just for refreshments after the service in the upper hall.

06;30 pm: Prayer Book Choral Evensong

We pray for all those to be ordained to the diaconate this
Michaelmas: Val Cameron (Edinburgh); Andrew Elliott (Aberdeen & Orkney); Ross Jesmont (Edinburgh) and Janet Spense (Edinburgh)

Thursday, 6 October 2022

10:30 am: the Monthly Coffee Morning will take place at Sharon Clark’s home, in Helensburgh. For address and contact information please email

The Helensburgh & Lomond Foodbank

The Foodbank are urgently needing items of dry food. Please follow this link to view the list:

Helensburgh Foodbank Food List

Eco Congregation Thought for the Week

How much of your house are you heating unnecessarily? Make sure radiators in rooms you don’t use are set to ‘frost’ or at least turned right down to save energy costs.

  • The Legacy by Rosemary Rose is specifically for upgrading of the creche. The work has started with a new entrance door to the lower hall. This will enable access without going through the upper hall. The corridor is so much lighter; please have a look if you haven’t already.
  • Clearing the lower hall – we have interest in the pews. If you or any one you know have interest in the piano, or the full size table tennis table, which are downstairs, please let Dom know. If there is no interest, we will contact the local Youth Groups!
  • The Christian Aid Tea has raised a wonderful total of nearly £1,000. Thanks to all involved. Details are on the Christian Aid notice board.

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