Dementia Awareness Week – ‘Get Ready to Blether’

May 27, 2022

Join us for ‘Tea and a Blether’ at Bearsden Dementia Resource Centre, on Monday 30 May, 10am to 3pm, contact Anne O’Donnell 0141 946 0966 for details, or why not host a coffee morning to raise funds for people living with dementia. At work, in school or with friends and family, you can take your ‘Tea & Blether’ anywhere. Wherever you host and whatever your reason, we promise that every penny raised in Scotland stays in Scotland. Sign up for free to get your fundraising pack at

Retiral Collection

May 27, 2022

At the Communion Service on Sunday 29 May there will be a retiral collection for The Lodging House Mission, one of the Presbytery Charities. If you wish Gift Aid to be claimed please put your donation in the envelope provided and write your name on it. If you would prefer to donate online please use: and remember to add Gift Aid if applicable. 

Memories Scotland

May 20, 2022

In partnership with Scotland’s Libraries connecting heritage resources with reminiscence activity. The Memories Scotland archive is set to engage new audiences with an expanded collection of historical images, artefacts, film and audio.  The launch of the new East Dunbartonshire Memories Scotland Group will be held on Wednesday 25th May at 1.30pm in Kilmardinny House,  Kilmardinny Avenue, Bearsden, G61 3NN and will subsequently meet in the Bearsden Hub at Bearsden Library on the last Wednesday of each month at 2pm. We would like to cordially invite you to join us at our pilot group meeting in Kilmardinny House. Please RSVP to Tracey.O’ or Anne O’Donnell, Alzheimer Scotland – AO’                   

Stamp Appeal

May 17, 2022

In Lebanon, in response to the financial collapse in the country, pastors in Syria and Lebanon initiated, in 2021, a scheme where they gave half of their salary to establish a relief programme to support the neediest families around their congregations.

Church of Scotland partners, The National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon (NESSL) is struggling to pay salaries for pastors which range between £100 to £150 per month. Some pastors have left their vocation to take other jobs. Salaries have been supported by fee paying schools, but many families are now finding it hard to pay school fees. Despite the hardships experienced, pastors are reaching out to the needy in their congregations in a sacrificial way. This year the Stamp Project proceeds aim to raise enough funds to support a pastor for a full year’s salary.

Please keep your stamps and place them in the box in the Church foyer.

Thank you for the Kiltwalk Donations!

May 3, 2022

Thank you to everyone who sponsored me and two colleagues to walk the Kiltwalk last Sunday for CrossReach. We raised the amazing sum of £1298 and this is added to by a 50% top up from the Tom Hunter Foundation. 

It was a well organised event and the weather was perfect, and I am pleased to say that we completed the 23 miles. Thank you again for your generosity.

Sheila Traynor 

Alzheimer Scotland – What’s On

April 18, 2022

We are delighted to announce, after a 2-year absence, the return of the popular Dementia Friendly Concerts at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. The Concerts are free but tickets must be obtained from the Concert Hall on telephone: 0141 353 8000 or Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Box Office, online at (there may be a booking charge for Online tickets). Anne O’Donnell has secured some tickets for each concert so if you are unable to book with either of the above please let her know and she can post or deliver the tickets to you. The dates for the forthcoming concerts in May are Friday 6th and Friday 27th May at 1.30pm. 

For Information and Joining Links for any Community Activities that are on week commencing 18th April please contact Anne O’Donnell, Community Activity Organiser, East Dunbartonshire on Phone: 0141 946 0966 or 07584 607565. Email: ao’ 

Kiltwalk 2022 to fundraise for CrossReach

April 18, 2022

In the recent  Church newsletter, there was an article giving some information about a charitable organisation that our Sheila Traynor works for called CrossReach which is part of the Church of Scotland. 

CrossReach is one of the leading social care providers in Scotland, offering care and support to thousands of people each year of all faiths and none. 

On Sunday 24th April Sheila will be walking 22.7 miles from Glasgow Green to Balloch with a few colleagues to raise some funds for CrossReach. 

Sheila says, any donations will be gratefully received and this is the link to the JustGiving page

Alzheimer Scotland

April 12, 2022

What’s On in week 3 in April 

For Information and Joining Links for any Community Activities please contact Anne O’Donnell, Community Activity Organiser, East Dunbartonshire on Phone: 0141 946 0966 or 07584 607565. Email: ao’

Change Lives by Changing Jobs

March 15, 2022

Quarriers is recruiting Support Workers in Milngavie, Milton of Campsie, Lenzie and Kirkintilloch. Call 07812 228475 (9am-5pm Mon to Thurs and 9am-4pm on Fridays) Text ‘EAST’ to 82222 to apply or visit for more information.

Lodging House Mission – Easter Eggs

March 15, 2022

The Lodging House Mission is inviting churches and individuals to donate Easter Eggs which will then be gifted to those in need. Eggs can be donated conveniently on Sundays at the church until the end of March or alternatively at the East Campbell Street Day Centre between 2-4pm weekdays until Easter.

** There is also a new chaplaincy initiative being launched. LHM are looking for volunteers to form a prayer support team. In addition, there is a need for front of house volunteers as people retire from volunteering leaving a gap on Thursdays in particular. There are more details relating to all of these things on the Presbytery website. Bill Gray

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