Dementia Friendly Concert

January 26, 2021

In partnership with Celtic Connections 2021

The benefits of music in unlocking memories, reducing stress and anxiety while also helping maintain speech and language, are increasingly recognised. Please join us for a relaxed afternoon performance by Catherine Tinney & Luc McNally recorded in Tramway as part of Celtic Connections 2021.

As you will be aware, it’s difficult to make online events dementia friendly, but both performances are relaxed sets that last around 30-40 mins and give people a taste of the festival. https://youtu.be/ANY5eWTa1-k  

Befriending and pastoral care

January 26, 2021

We are encouraged to look out for one another, and our neighbours, at this difficult time. The support of the visiting friends and pastoral teams remains very much available (by telephone); anyone in the community who would benefit practical help (e.g., with shopping), a friendly phone call, or is finding things difficult can call or be referred to Dorothy Beaton or Marion Murray on 07788 797238 in the first instance.

Fish and Chips (and sausages, pies and pizza)

January 26, 2021

Praise God we have now delivered over 100 suppers across the village and hope to continue for the next few weeks. We have had lots of lovely messages of thanks and have been blessed with new friendships that our pastoral team will be maintaining.

This week we have also linked with Torrance Primary School and will be delivering suppers to families that they think would benefit. It will be great to give them the gift of a nice hot supper and a bit of encouragement at this time.

If you know of someone who would benefit please let Marion know or if you would like to donate a fish supper just pop £5 in an envelope and put it through our doors: contact office@tpc.org.uk for Marion and Alison’s address. Thank you all once again. God bless, Marion and Alison

Bible Stories Online

January 26, 2021

Bedtime bible stories

Renita Boyle has recorded her bedtime bible stories and would love us to listen with our youngsters – they’re great! Here’s the link –  https://soundcloud.com/renita_boyle/sets/my-time-for-bed-bible

Boys’ Brigade Online

January 26, 2021

From Thursday 28 January 7-9pm on Zoom. To join in contact Sean Reilly via office@tpc.org.uk

Girls’ Brigade Online

January 26, 2021

Wednesdays’ on Zoom.

Explorers 6.15 to 6.45pm; Juniors and Brigaders 7-8pm. Please contact Sheila Traynor for details via office@tpc.org.uk

Crossover Online Ceilidh 2021

January 19, 2021

Saturday 23 January 7pm – Ages P7 to S3

Free Admission with live music, story, song – & dancing! Gather on zoom at 6.45pm – 7pm til 9pm. All welcome!

Prayer Ministry

January 19, 2021

Unfortunately, due to current Covid restrictions the prayer ministry team will not be available at the church until these restrictions ease. We will keep you updated on this. However, we are still very active and calls can be made to any of the team on the list of prayer contacts (available from office@tpc.org.uk) throughout the week should you have a concern for prayer for yourself or others and the team will hold these in prayer.  We are very aware of the many different challenges and struggles folk are experiencing at present and the difficulties another lockdown brings. No matter what we face let us share one another’s burdens together in the love and strength of Jesus.  

We would also encourage you to keep an eye on the church noticeboard “Care and Prayer” topic as we encourage folk to join us in prayer for our community.   Please join us in supporting this and tie a ribbon on to the railing as a reminder to all of God’s loving care and faithfulness.

Fish ‘n Chips

January 19, 2021

What a joy to have delivered over 50 fish suppers around our village on the run up to Christmas and an appearance in The Herald topped it all off on Christmas Eve. But it doesn’t stop there. New names are being added all the time and with your generous donations and a fantastic team of delivery people we are able to continue at least until the end of January and hopefully through February too.

Alongside each Fish Supper comes a phone call and chat, a wee written message from the church and a friendly face and ‘how are you doing?’ as the suppers are handed over.

With the new lockdown measures in place, possibly for some time to come, it is even more important that we reach out and connect with each other. Loving human contact is vital for us and no one in our village should feel lonely. God has provided so generously and graciously for each one of us, this small act is one way of sharing His love and the hope we have in Him. If you know of someone who would benefit please let Marion know at office@tpc.org.uk

The Preshal Trust

January 19, 2021

Alan Nicholson, CEO sends heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all the congregation for their most kind and generous donation of Christmas Gifts for the people of the Preshal Trust especially in memory of Lyn Walker. They set up an outdoor space to offer a takeaway Christmas Lunch as well as giving out Christmas gifts which hopefully brought some Christmas cheer to all those who attended.

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