St Michael Weekly Notices – Sunday, 26 February 2023

Sunday, 26 February – First Sunday in Lent

08:30 am: Said Eucharist (1970 Rite)

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

After the Sung Eucharist, Richard Smith will be offering some advice to those who read & lead the intercessions, as to the best way to use the mic.

The Messenger – March | April 2023

The MESSENGER for March and April 2023 is available for collection
from the back of the church.

Please let Dom know if you wish to go on retreat to Iona in 2024.

Tuesday, 28 February 2023 – Feast day of St David, Bishop Patrol of Wales

10:30 – Said Eucharist (1982 Rite) with refreshments after the service.

We celebrate the Feast-day of St David, Bishop, Patron of Wales, c601.

Wednesday, 1 March – Lent Course 2023

7:00 pm: The Lent group will meet in the Lower Hall at

This year’s topic will be ‘Lives to Inspire‘ using online materials produced by the Glasgow Ignatian Spirituality Centre.

An introductory meeting will take place on Wednesday 15 February at 7pm in the Lower Hall. For further information

Thursday, 2 March – Monthly Coffee Morning

10:30 am: Monthly Coffee Morning will be held in the Upper Hall

Friday, 3 March – World Day of Prayer Service

10:00 am: The World Day of Prayer Service will be held at Rhu Kirk

Saturday, 4 March – Diocesan Synod

The Diocesan Synod will be held at Holy Trinity Church, Kilmarnock

Sunday, 5 March- Second Sunday in Lent

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

6:30 pm: Prayer Book Choral Evensong

Tuesday, 7 March- Feast day of Saints Perpetua, Felicity and their Companion

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

We celebrate the Feast-day of Saints Perpetua, Felicity and their Companions, Martyrs, 875

17th to 19th March – Minds Festival

Helensburgh Community Hub: Reading Minds Festival, a weekend of wellbeing through books.

Thank You!

Thank you all very much for your support with the February Stall in the Hall.

We made £129.30 towards Eco Congregation membership!

Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2023: Away From It All (AFIA)

Away From It All (AFIA) is a Mothers’ Union holiday scheme, primarily funded by MU members, to give the opportunity of a break to those who may be experiencing stress or difficulties in their family life. 

For more information please follow this link:

Yoga Classes

Stephen Brandon (07904 087368) is holding yoga classes (£8) on Wednesday mornings/afternoons and Thursday evenings in the Upper Hall. If you are interested, please contact him.

Eco Congregation Thought for the Week

It is reported that transport accounted for 36% of Scotland’s greenhouse gas emissions in 2018, mostly from cars. Over half of car journeys are 5km or less. If you can walk, cycle, use public transport instead you will be doing your bit
towards Net Zero Carbon!

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