Alzheimer Scotland – What’s On in January 2020

January 3, 2020

Monday 6th Evening Carers Group, East Dunbartonshire Resource Centre 7pm – 9pm
Friday 10th Mind That Song, Bearsden Cross Church, Bearsden 2pm – 3.30pm
Monday 13th Football Memories, Woodhill Evangelical Church, Bishopbriggs 2pm – 3.30pm
Friday 17th Mind That Song, Hillhead Church, Kirkintilloch 2pm – 3.30pm
Monday 27th Football Memories, Woodhill Evangelical Church, Bishopbriggs 2pm – 3.30pm
PLEASE NOTE:-
The Friday Film Club at The Picture House has been cancelled in January.
Football Memories, Bearsden & Milngavie have now been cancelled and we will relaunch with New Activities in the New Year.
For further details or to book a place on Community Activity Groups please contact Anne O’Donnell, Community Activity Organiser at the Bearsden Resource Centre Tel: 0141 946 0966 Mobile: 07584 607565 or email: ao’donnell@alzscot.org
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New Year Praise Party – Sunday 5 January, 6.30-7.45pm

January 3, 2020

What better way to kick off a New Year than with an extended, informal time of worship and praising God together?! We also want to hear from you if you’d like to share how you or someone you know has experienced God’s goodness and faithfulness over the past year. You can either email a few lines of encouragement/testimony to office@tpc.org.uk by Friday lunchtime or come prepared to share on the night. Hope you can join us then. James Davidson and Robin MacLellan.

Scottish World Tour 2019 – ENGAGE World Mission Advisors

November 8, 2019

Throughout 2019, the Tour will take in many of Scotland’s towns and cities. It’s especially for 18 to 25-year olds, but all are very welcome. The programme runs for around 90 minutes and will be interactive – bring your own questions! Hear how local churches are engaged in local and international mission, pray for people on our planet, consider how you can be involved. Venue: Sandyford Henderson Memorial Church, 13 Kelvinhaugh St, Glasgow, G3 8NU on Thursday 14 November at 7.30 pm. See notice board for full details.

The Just Trading Scotland’s Story

November 2, 2019

The joys and challenges of running Scotland’s leading Fair-Trade importing business. JTS will be holding an information session on Sunday 3rd November at Gavin’s Mill from 2pm to 4pm. Feel free to pop along and hear about the challenges JTS have faced and what we plan for the future. You will also be able to taste some of our amazing jams from both Eswatini and Meru

Christmas with Dick Dowsett and Origin Scotland

November 2, 2019

In association with Tearfund – Dick Dowsett will join us at our Christmas outreach in Glasgow. The event will be an evening of carol singing and some great Christmas music from the Origin team, and (more on this later) the super-talented guys from New Scottish Hymns on Sunday 8th December at Findlay Church, 56 Clarendon Place, Glasgow, G20 7PZ. Free Tickets from 0131 541 0117 or at www.originscotland.org

Girls’ Brigade 80s Disco

November 2, 2019

The junior girls have been learning about the 1980s. We are finishing the session on Wednesday 4th December with our 80s family disco 7pm – 9pm. Please come along and join in the fun (80s dress up would be great but not essential). Pay at the door £2 adult, £1 child. Money raised will be given to ‘Comic Relief’ a charity the girls were learning about; set up in 1985.

Torrance Heritage and History Group

October 27, 2019

The Govan Stones: Evolving understanding of the cultural capital from early medieval Scotland. Come and hear our Guest Speaker: Professor S. Driscoll on Monday 28th October 2019 in the Caldwell Hall, Campsie Road, Torrance at 7:30pm.

SU Scotland Event – “Glow in the dark”

October 27, 2019

A totally random event “Glow in The Dark” Saturday 9th November, 5pm -7pm in Bearsden Baptist Church, 14 Roman Road, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 2SL for young people from P6-S2. Excellent Games / Snacks / Music / Bible Teaching / Lendrick Muir News.

Bearsden Choir – Remembrance Sunday

October 27, 2019

You are invited to join us on Remembrance Sunday, 10/11/19 at 4pm, in the City Halls, Candleriggs, Glasgow. All the profits will go to ‘Erskine’, the charity that cares for nearly 1,000 Scottish veterans. That’s why the tickets are slightly dearer this time. Tickets cost £30, £25, £22.50, £17.50; students and children: £5. You may buy all these through the Box Office; or, Phil Malloch can get the two dearer ones for you at choir. We hope you’d like to come. Best wishes, Phil Malloch 01360 620970.

Big Quiz Night for Tearfund

October 27, 2019

After last year’s success we’d love you to join our Quiz Night in the church in aid of Tearfund on Saturday 16 November at 7:30pm. For one night only – churches and other groups up and down the country will be taking part in the biggest multi-venue, nationwide quiz! Entry is free – but you can make a donation on the night. Details from William Traynor.

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