POSADA RETURNS! A calendar is now available in the hall so that you can choose to take Mary and Joseph into your homes on a date that suits. Mary and Joseph will be welcomed back to the church at our Christingle Service on Christmas Eve. Our aim is to refocus the Advent preparations and is a reminder to us of the many people who are without shelter or care not just in Advent but all the year round. Suggested donations of £5 can be put in an envelope marked Posada and put in the offering plate. Thank you to everyone who bought or donated to the Remembrance Crosses. A donation of £235 was sent to Poppy Scotland. The display in the grounds at the main door of the church th will remain in place until Sunday 30 November 2014. Welcome BARNHILL ST Welcome to church – it is good to have you here. Today the Rev MARGARET’S David Laing will be leading worship. PARISH CHURCH DD5 2QU (SC011017) We are a church serving God at the heart of the community 16 Nov 2014 MINISTER Rev Susan Sutherland 01382 779278 [email protected] JOB ADVERT Chalmers-Ardler Children and Family Project Project worker – maternity cover to end August 2015 Chalmers-Ardler Children and Family Project was established by Chalmers-Ardler Church of Scotland to provide a safe and welcoming environment for children and their parents/grandparents or carers, where children can be encouraged to develop and where support can be provided to both children and adults. The duties of the post include assisting the Project Leader – to organise and provide a programme of play and activities for children, appropriate to their stages of development, and to work with parents and other project users, identifying needs and developing a programme of activities for adults as well as encouraging participation in the children’s activities. The salary is £120.75 per week. The hours of work are 9am to 12 noon each weekday. It is anticipated that the maternity cover would run until the end of August 2015. The successful candidate should have experience in a childcare setting, in either the professional or voluntary sector, and a relevant qualification to HNC level; and will be required to obtain clearance under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups legislation. For further information and an application form, or for an informal chat about the post, contact Moraig Blakeman, the Project Leader, telephone 01382 760052 or 07989164419 or email [email protected] Applications should be submitted by 30 November. PASTORAL ASSISTANT Beth Duncan 01382 779887 [email protected] btopenworld.com ORGANIST Bill Ford BEADLE Colin Teasdale There is a crèche for babies and young children in the Session Room. Older children go down to the hall during the service for Junior Church. Order of Service Please stand when the Bible enters the church. The choir will sing hymn 755 vv.1 & 3 Welcome and Family News : David Butchart (Session Clerk) Call to worship Great and Glorious God, we gather to worship you. We lift our eyes to you, in reverent awe before your majesty. Great is the Lord our God, and greatly to be praised! Generous and Merciful God, we come to worship you. We lift our eyes to you, giving thanks for your compassion. Gracious is the Lord our God, and greatly to be praised! Welcoming and Empowering God, we worship you. We lift our eyes to you, and we celebrate your faithfulness. Holy is the Lord our God, and greatly to be praised! Hymn 543 : Longing for light, we wait in darkness Prayer and Lord’s prayer (printed on card inside the hymn book) With the children Hymn 530 : One more step along the world I go Children leave for Junior Church READER Vivienne McLuckie CHURCH OFFICE Tues – Fri 9.30 am – 12.30 01382 737294 [email protected] CHURCH SECRETARY Alison Tonner Readings : Zephaniah 1: 7 and 12 - 18 (OT page 909/910) Matthew 25: 14 - 30 (NT page 37) Hymn 374 : From heaven you came helpless babe Sermon The next hymn is unannounced. Please remain seated to sing Hymn 500 : Lord of creation, to you be all praise Offering WEBSITE www.bsmchurch.org.uk Dedication of offering and Prayer for other Hymn 522 : The Church is wherever God’s people are praising Benediction and threefold Amen DATES FOR YOUR DIARY Refreshments are served in the hall after the service. EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Monday 24 Nov 7pm – Meeting in Room 1 (Lindsay Darroch) 7.15 pm – Rehearsal in the hall for the panto THE WEEK AHEAD The Minister will be unavailable this week. If you require pastoral assistance please phone George Robson on 901212 Monday 17 Nov 7.15pm - Panto rehearsal in Rooms 2 & 3 Tuesday 25 Nov 10am – Care Team meeting in Room 1 2.30pm – Afternoon Guild 7.15pm – Congregational Board 7.15pm – Education Committee meet in Room 1 Wednesday 26 Nov 10am – Can you help to guillotine and fold the parish Christmas card? We produce nearly 3,000 cards so help with this task would be much appreciated. Contact Alison on 737294. 7.30pm – Finance Committee meet in Room 2 7.15pm – Rehearsal in the hall for the panto Tuesday 18 Nov 9.30 am – Prayer meeting in the Session Room led by Ann Patterson 7.30pm – Guild meet in hall Life in the trenches – Steve Johnston. All welcome. 7.30pm – Exploring the Bible (fortnightly sessions) Contact Irene Bennett on 739488 for details. Wednesday 19 Nov 12 noon – service in the church. Entry by the north transept door. 12.30 pm – Cafe is open serving soup, sandwiches, baked potatoes, home bakes 2.30pm – Bereavement Support Group meet in Room 2 7.15pm – Panto rehearsal in the hall Thursday 20 Nov 7pm – Choir practice in Session Room Friday 21 and Saturday 22 Nov Mini Arts and Craft Fayre Fri: 2pm – 8pm; Sat: 10am – 4pm in the Church Session Room £2 donation at the door (children free) Proceeds to Church Fabric Fund Sunday 23 Nov 10.30am – Worship Lifts to Church: Lindsay Darroch 738224 and Bob Blacklaws 775311 Creche: Fiona Robertson and Lucy Cosgrove Saturday 29 Nov ‘ADVENT’URE Join us in the Session Room as we start our journey towards Christmas. Coffee, tea and juice will be available from 9.30am. Our guest speaker from Dundee Women’s Aid will tell us about their work with women and children in our city. After questions and refreshments there will be an opportunity for quiet reflection followed by a short service in the Church. There will be no charge but donations for Dundee Women’s Aid, who are marking 40 years working with vulnerable and abused women and children in our community, will be appreciated. This event is open to both men and women and we look forward to seeing you then. Names, for catering purposes, can be given to Alison in the Church office or to any member of the Mission and Outreach Committee. 2pm – Concert with Bruce Davies in Lochee Parish Church. Tickets £5 (£2 child) available from the Church Office. See poster in hall for more details. Saturday 6 December 4.00 – 5.30 pm – ‘Messy Christmas’ in the hall Children must be accompanied by an adult Sunday 7 December 2.30pm – ‘A Time to Remember’ Bereavement Service Refreshments served in the hall afterwards. For catering purposes, please let Alison in the office know if you would like to attend. Wednesday 17 December 2pm – Senior citizens are invited to an afternoon at Grove Academy. Musicians will play until 2.45pm. Tea and cakes will then be served. For catering purposes please let Alison in the Church Office know if you would like to go.
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