M4D RADIO – A brand new radio station for people with Dementia

September 23, 2020

Alzheimer Scotland – Check out this fantastic new radio station for people living with dementia and their Carers. 

The Music for Dementia campaign has launched M4D Radio – a non-commercial, advert-free radio station, which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Listeners can tune into M4D Radio’s mix station or one of four further stations playing music by decade from the 1930s to the 1970s. The schedules are designed to follow the rhythm of the day including sessions on Music to move to, Music from the Musicals, and Soothing tracks for sundowning and night time. M4D Radio is available via any internet-enabled device including computers, tablets, mobile phones, smart TVs and Alexa’s. You can access the radio on website:   https://m4dradio.com/

Christians Against Poverty – Job Club

September 23, 2020

CAP will be running an online Job Club (via zoom) this term, covering such topics as finding your motivation, discovering your strengths, writing CVs etc and also offer one to one coaching. It’s open to anyone at all, whether long term unemployed or just uncertain about the future. If you or someone you know would benefit from this please do get in touch (or ask them to) if this is something that might help. Phone Marie Willingham, Kirkintilloch Baptist Church on 0788 8417244.

Luke’s Adventures on YouTube!

September 1, 2020

Jesus Heals a paralysed man. Visit https://youtu.be/iTBKGmz1Ifo  There will be storytelling, making a craft, singing and activity sheets (attached) (Suitable for P1 to P7) Available all week. Don’t miss it!

Wednesday Prayer Clinic will re-open on 2 September 2020

September 1, 2020

We are pleased to announce that the church will re-open weekly commencing Wednesday 2nd September from 10.30am until 11.30am to offer prayer support during the many challenges and struggles we are all facing at present.  Two members of the prayer team will be there to welcome you and pray into your concerns with you in a safe loving and confidential setting.  

For your safety social distancing rules will apply, face masks should be worn at all times and sanitisers provided should be used on entering the building.

Luke’s Adventures on YouTube!

August 22, 2020

Following on from the success of Paul’s Adventures during holiday club week, from today, you can follow Luke’s Adventures each week at https://youtu.be/iTBKGmz1Ifo  There will be storytelling, making a craft, singing and activity sheets (Suitable for P1 to P7) Don’t miss it! To receive the activity sheets email office@tpc.org.uk

Bible Reading Notes – Esther

August 18, 2020

George Philip’s Bible Reading Notes in the Book of Esther are available under sermons on the website or contact office@tpc.org.uk for a copy.

Coronavirus Information Hub

August 11, 2020

Alzheimer Scotland have created a suite of information resources for people with dementia, their carers, and families throughout the coronavirus pandemic. This will include information on activities, support for families and what to do if you have to go into hospital during this time. There is also a series of Podcasts which can be viewed with very useful hints and tips from various professionals. Please refer to the website:   www.alzscot.org

The Village Hug – Issue 13

August 11, 2020

This great fun packed magazine by our young folk is full of interesting articles and plenty of fun activities to keep children and adults entertained! If you missed issue 13 email office@tpc.org.uk to receive a copy.

With lockdown now easing and schools going back, now feels like the appropriate time for our young team of contributors to concentrate again on their school and university studies! The next issue of The Village Hug due for publishing on 21st August will be the final one, so it’s your last chance to send us your articles or stories to thevillagehug@gmail.com 

I’m sure you will agree, they have done a marvellous job over the last few months!

Lost and Found

August 11, 2020

There are several adult/children’s jackets and trousers and two pairs of child’s trainers that have been left at the church. If you have forgotten to take an item home can you please contact the office before Friday 14 August to arrange to pick up, otherwise, they will be recycled. 


August 7, 2020

On Saturday 8 August – (P7 to S3) gather at the church at 6.45pm for 7pm for a Scavenger Hunt around the village. Finish time approx. 9pm.

We are currently limited to small groups (no more than 15, including leaders) outdoors, with physical distancing. As we are limited for numbers, we will need people to book up in advance for outdoor events. Please can you do this no later than the Friday before the event (i.e. Friday 7th deadline for an event on Saturday 8th) at office@tpc.org.uk

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