St Michael Weekly Notices – 2 October 2022

Sunday, 2 October 2022

08:30: Said Eucharist (1970 Rite)

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

18;30: Prayer Book Choral Evensong

Sunday, 2 October 2022

Today Rachael Wright is to be Ordained to the Diaconate by the Rt Revd
Ian Paton in St Ninian’s Cathedral, Perth to serve as Assistant Curate at St
Mary’s, Dunblane.

Sunday, 2 October 2022

From 12 noon Apple Day at Geilston Garden – showcasing Geilston
apples with a series of themed activities. –

Geilston Garden

Sunday, 2 October 2022

14:30: The Glasgow Phoenix Choir at Helensburgh Parish Church (£10).

Money raised from the concert for Helensburgh Community Foodbank and Garelochhead Parish Church roof fund.

Tuesday, 4 October 2022

10:30: Eucharist (1982 Rite) – we celebrate the Feast Day of St Francis of Assis – followed by refreshments.

Wednesday, 5 October 2022

11:00 am: weekly Chair Exercises in St Michael’s upper hall. Please let Anna know if you would like to join in.

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

Friday, 7 October 2022

18:00: Novice dance class followed by advanced dance class at 19:00 in the upper hall.

Saturday, 8 October 2022

10:00 – 12:00: Helensburgh United Reformed Church is holding a Coffee & Cake Morning. Entry £3, includes Coffee & Cake. There will be jewelry, gifts, baking and crafts on sale. We look forward to seeing you.

Sunday, 9 October 2022

08:30 am: Said Eucharist (1970 Rite)

10:30 am: Said Eucharist (1982 Rite). Please join just for refreshments after the service in the upper hall.

Sunday, 16 October 2022

A ‘Stall in the Hall’ in aid of the Malawi Project is planned for Sunday 16th October 2022 after the 10:30am Service. Any homemade baking and/or unwanted gifts would be greatly appreciated to help raise funds.

Eco Congregation Thought for the Week

To save the planet, don’t drive your car at all! For most of us, that’s impractical, but use less fuel by driving smoothly and minimise need for brakes by anticipating. Keep your speed down on the motorway to get best economy.

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