8:30am Said Eucharist (1970 rite)
10:30am Sung Eucharist (1982 Rite) followed by refreshments
10:30am Young Church
10:30am Said Eucharist (1982 Rite) followed by refreshments
11:00am: Concert at the Victoria Halls, with Pippa Reid-Foster playing the harp
and the choral sung by St Michael’s Choir.
Free admission to this family-friendly event.
10:00 am – 1pm: Come and enjoy a cup of coffee/tea, Christmas Pies & Shortbread, delicious homemade soup with crusty bread and company!
In the Lectionary we start Year A.
6:30pm we have the Advent Carol Service.
10:30am: at Mark and Janina Duncan’s. For venue confirmation please email firstname.lastname@example.org
2-2.30pm: a presentation of the Nativity will take place including a tableau on Colquhoun Sq. all invited.
Carol singers are welcome.
Afterward, afternoon tea at Helensburgh Baptist Church.
St Michael’s Annual General Meeting will take place after the 10:30 am service
Purpose is to elect Vestry members, Lay Representatives and to receive the Annual Accounts. Agenda and copies of the Trustees’ Annual.
Report & Accounts will be available on the website and at the back of the church by 20 November 2022.
10:00am: Diocesan Advent Quiet Day on Zoom. Please see notice at the back of the church.
Who would like to join Anna in knitting St Michael’s Peace Angels for distribution at Christmas 2022? No need to be a knitting expert, all that’s required is a pair of knitting needles, white double knitting wool and a pattern from Anna.
The Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) have challenged crocheters across the nation (and further away!) to crochet every day in November to raise funds. Aliet Ray has taken up the call to crochet a warm winter cowl. Will you support her by donating a small amount towards her goal of £150.00 and perhaps be the winner of the Colours of Clynder Cowl?
Crochet Every Day website for more information.
Her JustGiving page is: Hooked in Clynder (please do leave your name to go into the draw for the cowl) or contact her on email@example.com for more information. Or see notice at the back of the church.
Laura Eales of Home Start Lomond is seeking volunteers to provide personal and individualised support to local families. Please see notice at the back of church if you would like to help
We already know not to overfill the electric kettle. To save even more energy, switch the kettle off as soon as you see steam, the water has then boiled, you don’t need to wait for it to switch itself off.