Crisp Packet Project

January 15, 2021

Thank you to everyone who took the time to send empty crisp packets to the Girls’ Brigade when they were collecting on behalf of a project worker who was making blankets for the homeless. They have been inundated and the crisp packets have now been delivered to the project worker.

Please Note: This project has been completed and we are no longer collecting crisp packets.

Befriending and Pastoral Care

January 12, 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.

Alpha – Invite Scotland

January 12, 2021

Alpha Scotland are running a campaign starting on the 17th January 2021 where they have churches across Scotland all starting Alpha online in the same week!

There will be people out there who haven’t been invited yet, however, there will be a video inviting those people along on their their Facebook and Instagram page. Let’s unite to see our nation invited into conversations about God…

If you would like to hear more and would like to join the online Alpha please contact office@tpc.org.uk for more details. 

Cafe

January 12, 2021

The cafe will be closed until further notice during the Tier 4 restrictions.

CAP Course Online

January 12, 2021

The Money Course has been devised by the award-winning debt counselling charity, Christians Against Poverty. The course is open to anyone, whether on a high or a low income. It gives you ideas on how to improve your budgeting skills, so you can save, give and prevent debt.

We are running an on-line Money Course and warmly invite you to join us. Please note that no-one will be asked to share any personal financial details on the course. It will run for three weeks – on Thursday 14, 21 and 28 January 2021 at 7pm online on Zoom. Contact office@tpc.org.uk for further details or use the link below to register for the course.

Register:https://capmoney.org/en_GB/joinacourse/5ff06ce374927a5eb67befd2

Foodbank Appeal

December 13, 2020

If you would like to donate to the Springburn Foodbank, snacks like crisps and biscuits would be a treat to put in with food supplies, plus tins, toiletries and baby supplies are always welcome. Kelly Colquhoun has made a Christmas Appeal on the Community Cares Facebook page asking for festive food/treats, Christmas Dinner and a gift for a child. Donations can be left at the box outside the church hall or at Solid Rock Cycles at Balmore. Thank you.

Alzheimer Scotland – Football Memories Group

December 13, 2020

As we have been unable to hold our Football Memories group for quite some time we are now launching a pilot of a Virtual Online Football Memory Group on Monday 14th December at 2pm. Normally we would have hosted a Football Memory Christmas party, which unfortunately, we cannot hold that this year, so why not come along online on 14th December with your Christmas Jumper and Christmas hat and we can celebrate all the good times we have had previously. For further information and to book a place on the Virtual Online group please contact Anne O’Donnell, Community Activity Organiser on Mobile: 07584 607565 or email: ao’donnell@alzscot.org

Tearfund Scotland present Advent Sessions 2020

December 13, 2020

Christmas Concerts Live from the living room – Throughout December, we’ll be hosting Advent Sessions 2020, bringing you four evenings of festive cheer to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. We have a great line-up of talented singer-songwriters from across Scotland this year. Our musicians will be performing weekly with a variety of Christmas songs and original music based on different themes of advent – hope, peace, joy and love. Dates: 17 and 22 December. Visit the Tearfund Scotland Facebook page

Thursday Café

December 13, 2020

The Café will re-open again on Thursday morning 17 December from 9am-12. Things will still be a little different from usual, with tables in the main church, and restrictions on how many people can sit together, but we hope to welcome you for coffee, tea and scones, in a safe and friendly environment.

Befriending and pastoral care

December 13, 2020

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.

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