Church Events

Here you can find out about events due to take place in the near future

A MALAWI STYLE LUNCH

Saturday, 23 November 2019 served from 12 noon onwards
Hosted by Maureen & Henry Douglass (Address on request)
Raising money for the Lingadzi Sports Academy, Malawi
Please let us know if you want to join us,
email hmdouglass@hotmail.co.uk or call 01436 674 763
Bring your own bowl and spoon!  Dress: African or something bright!
PAYMENT will be by Donation, all proceeds to the Appeal

Lunch will be a basic meal using ingredients used in Malawi
A bean stew based on dried beans cooked with tomato, onion, and other vegetables over many hours.
Refried beans cooked with sweet potato and combined with a tomato based sauce. 
Both dishes served with fair trade Kilombero rice grown in Malawi by smallholder farmers.

Saturday 23rd Helensburgh Christmas Tree Lights are turned on. Volunteers needed to steward during the Christmas Tree Festival
Stewarding forms on the Prayer table at the back of the church or contact Irene on helensburgh24@gmail.com

Sunday 24th November – Solemnity of Christ the King. Last Choral Evensong for 2019.

Recent Events at St Michaels and All Angels

St Michaels Got Talent – a craft fair with a difference – 5 October 2019

Well, what a day, over 200 visitors, exhibitors and helpers, together with musicians – Barbara Wenborn, Andrew Lockhart, Mark and Janina Duncan to entertain us, and Lindsay Watkins to illuminate our splendid stained glass, St Michaels had a really good day!  We had over 30 exhibitors and sellers from model ships to tapestry to paintings, not forgetting a lot of cakes and other goodies.  

How good? well your social committee who organised this report that over £2000 was raised as a contribution to church funds. Look Here for more on this.

Harvest Festival 6 October 2019

Because Sunday 6th October was our Harvest Festival our beautiful church was decorated with flowers and produce.

The theme of our Harvest Festival worship was to focus on sparking interest in our Malawi Project, in partnership with the Helensburgh and District Rotary Club.  This project is providing practical and targeted support to Christian fellowships in Malawi over the coming months. Our Sunday collections raised over £2000 for this project.

Our thanks go to the members of the congregation who have worked hard to achieve such two such tremendous results over the weekend.

On 4th August 2019 Rev Dom Ind celebrated the first anniversary of his institution as Rector at St Michael and All Angels.

Dom! happy anniversary from the congregation.

2nd June 2019 Evening Prayers at Townhead Farm

4th Helensburgh Beavers paid St Michaels a visit on 7 March.
All in aid of their completing their Faith Badge:

Ash Wednesday


6th March 7:30pm – Sung Eucharist with imposition of Ashes.

We are listening, and we welcome your comments

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: