How to find peace at Christmas and beyond

Events at Fairmilehead this Christmas and beyond
How to find peace at Christmas
Ready, Steady, Christmas!
Set "a place at the table" for Syria
Fairmilehead Parish
1a Frogston Road West
EH10 7AA
Tel: 0131 445 2374
[email protected]
Charity Registration
Rev John Munro BD
Tel: 0131 446 9363 Mobile:07946051536
e-mail: [email protected]
Assistant Minister
Rev Hayley O'Connor M.Div
Tel: 0131 261 4916
e-mail: [email protected]
Ready, Steady, Christmas!
An all-age event at Fairmilehead Parish Church
Sunday 1st December
Mini-Holiday Club (P1-P7)
2.00-4.30pm £5 per child.
Wood Workshop
(Open to adults and children ages 8+)
2.00-4.30pm £6 per person.
Christmas Decoration Workshop
(Open to adults)
2.00-4.00pm £3 per person.
Music Workshop (Children ages 8+)
3.00-4.30pm Free
Christmas Card Workshop
(Open to adults and children 8+)
2.00-3.00pm £1.50 per card.
Wine Tasting (Age 18+)
3.00-4.00pm £3 per person.
At 4.00pm there will be carol-singing in the
church, followed by mulled wine and
Christmas treats in Buckstone Hall.
Registration forms for all events are available on our
website ( and in the church office.
What's On
Advent Sunday 1st December
10.30am Advent Sunday Service / Sacrament of Baptism
We will light the first of our Advent candles today
Sunday 8th December
10.30am Morning Service - Admission and Welcome of New Members
Sunday 15th December
10.30am Young Church Christmas Play and Gift Service
Come and share in the re-telling of the Christmas Story in word and song
Please bring a gift for the Salvation Army's Christmas Present Appeal (see page 8)
Sunday 22nd December
10.30am Lessons and Carols
Join us for a service of traditional and modern Christmas Carols and readings
Christmas Eve
7.00pm Family Watchnight Service
A service for everyone, especially families
Children are welcome to dress as an angel or shepherd
11.15pm Watchnight Service
A special service on Christmas Eve
Christmas Day
10.30am Christmas Day Service with Communion
Sunday 29th December
10.30am Service with Communion/ Sacrament of Baptism
Sunday 5th January 2014
10.30am Epiphany Service
We celebrate the wise men's visit to the infant Jesus
Our usual format of two services resumes next Sunday, 12th January
at 9.45am and 11.00am
All are Welcome !
Prince of
Rev John Munro highlights the importance of peace
at this time of year.
At Christmas time each year we celebrate the
birth of Jesus, who was born in what is now the
modern state of Israel, roughly 2000 years ago. Not
long after he came to prominence, people were asking
questions about his birth and who he was. The writers
of the four gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke and John –
had some of the answers, drawing on oral accounts of
his life that were circulating at the time. As followers of
Jesus they had no doubt that Jesus was the one they
called the Messiah, (Hebrew ‘anointed one’/ Greek
‘Christ’) a leader, sent by God, in the tradition of the
great kings from Israel’s past.
Royal Family
'Another King', to whom even the Queen and the
Royal family owe their allegiance.
What kind of King was Jesus?
The part of the Bible that tells the story of ancient
Israel up until the time of the coming of Jesus predicted
that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem, ‘Royal
David’s City’ and attributed to him various titles. In one
of the better-known descriptions of the coming
Messiah, the Book of Isaiah talks about a son being
born, who will be called “Wonderful or Wise
Counsellor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince
of Peace.” (Isaiah 9.6) No doubt such a description of
the future Messiah as ‘Prince of Peace’
was appealing to the war-weary
"Churches provide space for
people of Israel at the time.
Love it or loathe it, the
what Virginia Woolf called
British Royal family is still
A King who rides a
with us in the 21st
'moments of being', a rare place
century. The latest
of silence. Strength is to sit still,
member of that family is
to paraphrase the psalm".
It proved to be an apt
George, the son of the
description. Throughout
Duke and Duchess of
his life Jesus, while
(Catriona Stewart, The Herald)
Cambridge, and who is
pr oclaim ing
third in line for the 'throne'.
What kind of Prince will George
promoting it by peaceful means.
be? Will he be like his grandfather, Charles, one
Nowhere is this better illustrated than in the story of
who delights in farming and gardening and who is a what proved to be Jesus’ last visit to Jerusalem when he
patron of the fine arts and, not least, architecture? Or entered Israel’s capital riding on a donkey. This was a
will he be, like his namesake who eventually became demonstration of his peaceful intent for apparently,
George IV after a spell as Prince Regent and who when Israel’s kings rode to war, it was on a horse or
visited Edinburgh in 1822, self indulgent, a gambler, and horse drawn chariot, but in times of peace they
builder of royal apartments and palaces? It is doubtful travelled around by donkey. Maybe too much is made
that he will be allowed to do that! Here in the of such symbolism but the words attributed to Jesus in
Christian Church we have what has been dubbed the gospels are unambiguous. As followers of the
Prince of Peace we are to ‘turn the other cheek’ and
love even our ‘enemies’. (Matthew 5.38-48)
We live in an age where wars and rumours of wars
abound even if we are spared the devastation
ourselves. War is always destructive, and the thought
of a modern, nuclear war, is unimaginable. To keep the
peace between ourselves and others we have to
renounce violence and at the same time develop an
inward peace.
If we are not at peace within ourselves it is unlikely
that we shall have peace to share with others.
Give Peace a Chance
Christmas time for many can be stressful as the
expectations and pressures mount towards Christmas
Day itself. The celebration of the birth of the ‘Prince of
Peace’ can paradoxically rob us of our peace of mind.
This year we are making available to the people of our
parish a space in the church where peace and quiet can
be found in the midst of an otherwise busy time of the
year. Perhaps peace is Christ’s greatest gift to us at
Christmas. “Peace” he said “is what I leave with
you; it is my own peace that I give you. I do not
give it as the world does.” (John 14.27)
Peace and Quiet during Christmas
The church will be open for quiet prayer and reflection at the following times:
4th, 11th and 18th December, 2.00pm - 9.00pm
Advent is a season of waiting and preparation yet it often
feels so busy.
You’re invited to join us each week as we slow down
and spend some time in quiet reflection.
Contact Rev Hayley O’Connor for more information
0131 261 4916
[email protected]
As we pray for peace in Syria,
Rev Ian Alexander, Secretary of the Church of
Scotland's World Mission Council asks us to
support "A Place at the Table"
As the conflict in Syria continues to
rage, many of us want to do something,
but do not really know what or how. The
World Mission Council has worked for
many years with the National
Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon
(NESSL), the Presbyterian Church
there, and can offer a way to help.
Dr Mary Mikhael of
the Synod writes,
‘The refugees are
living in a miserable
situation. Lacking
food, drinking water,
and heating, so
many old diseases,
like TB, have come
back. It’s a human
tragedy. We cry for
prayers; for solidarity.
We cry for the world
powers to stop the
violence. We cry for
financial help especially from churches: please help us to
provide our own people with what they need and to reach
out beyond. We want to be a church for all people. Help
us bring hope into a hopeless situation.’
Thousands of lives have been lost, homes and cities
destroyed; millions are homeless – living as displaced
people in Syria and as refugees in neighbouring
countries. With £20 NESSL can offer a basket of basic
staple foodstuffs which can feed a family of five for a
month. The Synod is also working to provide shelter
and hygiene supplies.
You can help make a difference, it's as easy as setting
'A Place at the Table' and giving the money you
would have spent on that extra meal to help feed a
displaced family. Remember, £20 can feed a family of
five for a month! Money raised will directly help
NESSL as they reach out to the refugees to provide
food, shelter and hygiene supplies.
To find out more, to donate and to download
Aid being distributed by the church
Thank you!
The Right to a Childhood?
Professor Stuart Monro recently attended
the inaugural public meeting of the Global
Citizenship Commission in Edinburgh and
was inspired by women's rights and
education campaigner, Malala Yousafzai.
The objective of the Global Citizenship Commission is
to undertake a thorough review of the 1948 Universal
Declaration of Human Rights, and suggest revisions to
this fundamental expression of basic human rights and
dignity that would make it more comprehensive and
relevant to the 21st century.
Convention on Human Rights must include the right to
education. The words she spoke touched the heart of
all who listened to her. She is a highly articulate and
persuasive young lady with a wonderful sense of
humour, and insights
that belie her years.
The meeting highlighted for me that, since 1948, the
world has changed and can no longer focus solely on
the rights of the individual, but also those of groups
that operate within Society. At the same time, it is
now recognised that rights must also be balanced by
responsibilities. National governments and the
international community share this responsibility, which
extends the rights and dignity of individuals to groups,
such as the old, the disabled and those of children and
other vulnerable groups.
I came away from
the lunch afterwards,
having met Malala
and the members of
revision of the
Declaration of Human Rights is. However, looking at
Malala and listening to her wise words, I can’t help
wondering what had happened to that young lady’s
childhood and I ask myself the question; should not
every young person born into the world today
have the fundamental human right to have the
time to be a child?
This was strongly brought home by Malala Yousafzai,
the young Pakistani girl shot in the head for upholding
the right of all children, but especially girls, to
education. Her discussion with Gordon Brown was
inspirational, emphasising the importance that any
Friends of Fairmilehead
Keeping you in the loop!
'Friends of Fairmilehead' is a new initiative to keep you informed about what's going on at Fairmilehead Church!
Anyone can be a 'Friend of Fairmilehead', regardless of whether or not you are a member of the church.
We'd love to tell you more about upcoming events - from holiday club for children to panel discussions on current issues and social
events such as our new "Ladies @ Fairmilehead". There will be regular events for 'Friends', including a wine tasting in the new year!
Becoming a friend is easy!
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This year, along with our Gift Service on 15th December, we are donating to the Salvation Army’s Christmas
Appeal – so, from now until 16th December, we are asking you to please support their Christmas Present
Appeal by donating new unwrapped toys and gifts for children or families in need this Christmas. The Salvation
Army will then wrap and distribute the gifts.
Suggested Gift List for Children and Young People
0-3 years: dolls, teddy bears, cot mobiles, baby clothes, bath toys, CDs of suitable music and nursery rhymes,
3-5: dolls and action figures, cars, lorries, DVDs (music and nursery rhymes), colouring sets, pencils, crayons,
books, puzzles
5-9: educational games & toys, stationery (colouring sets, pencils, crayons, school sets),
family friendly DVDs, books, puzzles, wordsearch, crosswords
9-12: games and toys, stationery, DVDs, books, T-Shirts, hair accessories, gloves, scarves,
13-16: DVDs, books, make-up and toiletries (please try to ensure non-allergenic
ingredients if possible), gloves, scarves, hats, T-Shirts, hair accessories
In addition, if you would prefer, we will also be collecting gifts for older people and for the homeless people
supported by the Salvation Army. They suggest small items of toiletries, hand cream and so on for older people
and (new) warm clothes, scarves, or gloves for homeless people. Thank you so much for your help!
For more information contact Helen Grant (477 6830 or [email protected]) or visit http://
Christmas Biscuits
You can hang these biscuits from your Christmas tree
or put them in a box to make a tasty present!
You will need:
140g icing sugar, sieved
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 egg yolk
250g butter, cut into small cubes
375g plain flour, sieved
To decorate:
200g icing sugar, sieved
edible food colouring
edible gold & silver balls
approx 2m of thin ribbon, cut into 10cm lengths
How to make your biscuits:
1. Tip the icing sugar, vanilla extract, egg yolk and butter into a mixing bowl, then stir together with a wooden spoon
(or pulse in a food processor). Add the flour and mix to a firm dough. Shape the dough into two flat discs and wrap
in clingfilm. Chill for 20 minutes. Line two baking sheets with non-stick baking paper, then ask an adult to heat the
oven to 190C/fan 170C/ gas 5.
2. Roll out the dough on a lightly floured surface to the thickness of two £1 coins. Cut out shapes and place on the
baking sheets. Using the tip of a skewer, cut a small hole in the top of each cookie. Bake for 10-12 minutes until
golden brown (ask an adult for help when using the oven).
3. Lift the biscuits onto a wire rack to cool. Meanwhile, mix the icing sugar with a few drops of cold water to make
a thick, but still runny icing. Colour with edible food colouring if you like. Spread it over the cooled biscuits,
decorate with edible balls and thread with ribbon when dry.
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The winner of the WordSearch
competition in the last issue was
Robbie Smith. Well done,
Robbie, we hope you enjoyed
spending your voucher!
Our competition this month is open to
children aged 3-6 years. To be in with a
chance of winning a £10 WHSmith Gift
Card, we’d like you to colour in the
picture below as brightly as you can! You
can use crayons, pencils, pens or even
paints. Send your completed entries in to
the church office before 20th December –
don’t forget to include your name, age,
address and telephone number!
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Christmas Trees were first decorated with foods such as apples, nuts and dates
If you received all the presents from the song "The Twelve Days of Christmas" you would
have 364 presents!
Tinsel was once made of real silver
Christmas Day wasn't a holiday in Scotland until 1958
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– a new
group for women in the Fairmilehead area –
meets at 8.15pm on the second Thursday of
every month in the Church
Centre. Over the past few months,
we have enjoy ed a cupcake
demonstration, a wine-tasting evening,
a family history evening and a
jewellery workshop.
We start 2014 with a Pamper Evening on
Thursday 9th January. Why not come along and
enjoy a glass of wine, while treating yourself to a little
We will be celebrating Valentine’s Day by holding a
Valentine Family Ceilidh on
Saturday 8th February from 6pm to
All welcome – tickets will be on sale at our January
meeting and via committee members. Full details on
how to get your tickets will be available on the
Alternatively, contact us at
[email protected] or via our Facebook
page (Ladies at Fairmilehead).
Further details of the treats available are available on
the church website ( ).
Around 86,000 people in Scotland have
dementia, and this number is expected
to double over the next 25 years.
Causes, symptoms & different types of
The importance of diagnosis, medication,
diet & lifestyle
Different ways to manage behaviours &
encourage engagement
Many people in our community of Fairmilehead will
know of someone with dementia. Perhaps you feel a
bit uneasy about visiting them, you don’t quite know
what to say, how to say it or how to support their
family members who are faced with challenging times
ahead. We have invited Andrew Senew of Home
Instead Senior Care to come along, as part of their
commitment to raising awareness of dementia, and Further details from Pamela Black, Session Clerk,
Fairmilehead Parish Church or Andrew Senew of
Home Instead at
This summer, Clare Mather went to Kenya for five
weeks with the charity First Aid Africa, to teach
first aid in local rural communities near Lake
We taught the groups all week, but did get time at the
weekends to do some sightseeing. A highlight of the trip
for me was going on safari to the Masai Mara, where we
were lucky enough to see lions,
leopards, cheetahs, elephants, rhinos
and giraffes.
"We taught around 200 local people
to treat breathing difficulties, bleeding,
bone breaks and burns, along with
The trip was eventful and challenging.
skills that would be useful in the area
We were delayed leaving the UK due
they live, such as how to treat a snake
to the huge fire at Nairobi airport, and
bite. It was so rewarding to teach life
narrowly missed the siege in Nairobi,
-saving skills to people who live
having been in the shopping mall only a
around 20km away from any medical
couple of days earlier. Whilst there,
help. Many towns are completely
many locals lost family and friends in a
isolated when it rains because of the Clare (left) presents a First Aid manual dreadful bus accident taking people to
conditions of the road, and, even if treatment could be market. We also witnessed some of the conditions in the
sought, it is usually unaffordable.
We did face some local hospital, and realised that malaria and HIV claim the
barriers whilst teaching, including language and the current lives of so many people, simply because immunisation is
reliance on local remedies and witch doctors. The local too expensive to administer. I hope in some way to have
people however were so appreciative of our time and we made a difference to the communities in Kenya, but in
were often overcrowded with onlookers anxious to learn. turn they have touched me and made a difference to my
life too".
Over 50 people took part in
Archaeology Scotland's Roman Quest
in Fairmilehead at the end of August
and had great fun, but sadly didn't find
anything Roman.
Volunteers learned how to do a test
pit or geophysical survey and turned
up all kinds of interesting "rubbish" in
their back gardens or in the local
amenity areas in Buckstone and
Comiston. Metal detectorists helped
out with scanning spoil heaps, and
targeted areas for metal artefacts and
the Antonine Guard added amazing
local colour marching down the roads
with commands being bawled out in
Latin. These volunteer re-enactors
have replicated Roman soldier attire
down to the last detail and very
nearly stopped the traffic on
Comiston Road.
Archaeologists made sure everyone
Meanwhile children from
Young Church were out in
the church garden digging
up the flower beds to see
what might have been there
before and Edinburgh
Local people alongside The Antonine Guard
Archaeological Field Society
was supported in their dig, and presented their "geophys" results for
Roman camps expert, Rebecca Jones Fairmilehead Park.
was on hand to chat about how The process of searching was such
Roman soldiers would have used a fun and we shouldn't feel too
marching camp.
disappointed that we didn't find
Finds were brought back to the base
at Fairmilehead Church and pottery
expert George Haggarty gave a
splendid assessment of what had been
found, which ranged from 18th
century Chinese porcelain to blue
and white patterned plates and
slipware teapots. Star finds included a
musket ball, circa 17th century and a
piece of prehistoric flint knife.
Roman artefacts as time constraints
meant that we were only able to
search a small area.
The problem now will be what to do
next - people are all fired up and keen
to do more. So watch this space!
My name is Kenneth
Welsh and I am a
serving police officer
with Police Service of
Scotland, formerly
Lothian and Borders
I have completed 27
years police service in
a number of different
jobs – my current role
is Community Police
Officer, part of the
Community Policing
Oxgangs Police Station and serving the community of
Fairmilehead/ Swanston/ Oxgangs/ Colinton and Bonaly.
Community Police Officers are experienced officers
who have built up skills that can be used to the
advantage of the community. They work alongside
principal partners such as The City of Edinburgh
Council, Housing Associations, Health Care
organisations, public and private, and The Fire Service,
to solve problems, issues and meet other social needs.
This happens alongside the basic policing principles of
protecting property, preserving life, preventing
crime and investigating when crime is committed.
Major changes affecting our local area include the
closure of the public front counter at Oxgangs Police
Around sixty people came along
on 27th October to listen to a
panel of eminent scientists and
theologians discuss a range of
questions on the topic of "Science
and Religion".
Station. This will happen in the near future but there
will not be any changes to policing operations from the
Oxgangs Police Station
The landline numbers for local stations have been
replaced by 101 which will be used for non
emergencies and 999 to report emergency incidents.
The community team speak to all age groups about
various subjects which include road safety, personal
safety, internet safety, bogus callers and crime
prevention talks along with crime prevention surveys. If
you run a group and would like me to come along,
please get in touch.
Finally, the Police Scotland website has lots of
information about policing priorities and the subjects
mentioned above as well as links to other websites. If
you wish to contact me please feel free to do so.
[email protected]
Yellowlees, President of the Royal
Society of Chemistry, and
responded to questions such as "Is
evolution simply the result of ‘the
survival of the fittest’ or is it
something much more complex?"
and "Do you agree that the real
opponent of religion is not science
but atheism?"
The panel, made up of Professor Left to Right -Dr Mark Harris, Prof. Colin
Graham, Prof. Lesley Yellowlees (chair), Jeff
Stuart Monro, Scientific Director
Bagnall, Prof. Stuart Monro
at Our Dynamic Earth; Professor
Colin Graham, Professor of Religion at the University of Following the success of this event,
Experimental Geochemistry at the Edinburgh; and Jeff Bagnall, Critical it is hoped that another similar
University of Edinburgh; Dr Mark Roman Catholic Theologian, was evening may be arranged.
Harris, Lecturer in Science and chaired by Professor Lesley
The Church Centre is open seven days a week and the five halls host an amazing range of groups from Badminton
and Bridge to Yoga and Zumba. Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs, Scouts
and Explorer Scouts all meet here during term-time. Check out the back page of this
magazine for details of what's on each day.
Carole Park is our Church Centre Co-ordinator, and has been in post since May
2012. As well as looking after everything to do with booking halls in the Church
Centre for all the organisations who hold classes and activities, and parents looking
for a hall for their child's birthday party, Carole also works for the Ministers,
preparing Orders of Service, taking enquiries for baptisms and weddings and
organising duty Elders to welcome the congregation and visitors to Sunday services.
She also edits the monthly Newsletter and is part of the team that produces Crossroads magazine three times a
If you are looking for information on what's happening in the church or church
centre, would like to book a hall, or if you would like to give feedback on Crossroads
or suggest ideas for future articles, please do get in touch!
Carole can be reached on 445-2374 or e-mail: [email protected]
Merry Christmas
happy new year
to all our readers and hall
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Moya Justice (445 2410)
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Pamela Whitlie (445-2831
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Guild (alternate weeks during season)
The Singing Group (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)
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Fairmilehead Toddler Group
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SheLovesFit - FitSteps
Praise Group (monthly)
South Morningside Nursery
Monkey Music
SheLovesFit - Fabulous Fitness for the over 50s
Fairmilehead Toddler Group
3v2 Soccer Academy
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Paul Fleming (447 5446)
Jo Letelier-Lobos (01875 819966)
Lisa Fleming (441-4581)
Hayley O'Connor (261-4916)
Renee Barton (445 1059)
Anne Sommerville (447-5132)
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