TPC Thursday Café

May 7, 2021

The Café is now open again on Thursdays from 9 – 12 pm. All welcome.

Screen Memories Online Session – Scotland on Film

May 7, 2021

What else would you be doing on a Friday afternoon.  Join us at 2pm today and share your memories, the group is open to anyone who wants to take part whether you are a person with Dementia, a Carer, a family member, Volunteer or Supporter or just have a keen interest in the Silver Screen.

If you wish to join in then please send Anne at Alzheimer Scotland an email with your details and access with the Zoom link below:-

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83622746509?pwd=K3EzSmlUMDNId2xMWjcvNUZlNzhxQT09

Meeting ID: 836 2274 6509
Passcode: 949550

Thursday Café

March 26, 2021

If rules allow, we hope the Café will be open again on Thursday 29 April from 9 – 12 pm.

Origin Scotland –

March 26, 2021

Resurrection 2021 Sunday 4 April 7pm

Usually on Easter Sunday in the UK, Origin draws together churches from all over central Scotland to worship together in a great celebration of the resurrection of Jesus and this year we are excited to present an online event on Easter Sunday, and two shorter meditations on Thursday and Friday of Easter week. Here are the dates: Easter Thursday Meditation 1 April, 7.30pm; Easter Friday Reflections 2 April, 7.30pm; Resurrection 2021 Sunday 4 April, 7pm

All at www.youtube.com/originministries

Football Memories Group – Monday 8th & 22nd March at 2pm

March 5, 2021

Our Digital Online Football Memory Group will meet every 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 2pm. Come along and join us for a bit of football fun and banter, sharing memories of teams, players and games of the past. For information about Digital Groups please contact Anne at AO’Donnell@Alzscot.org or call 07584 607565.

Fish and Chips

March 5, 2021

Following on from our Fish and Chips outreach over the winter when we got to know some lovely people in the village, many would really appreciate continuing to receive a friendly phone call and perhaps, in safer times, a home visit.   These simple phone calls mean so much when you live alone and prove such a blessing both to the person receiving the call and to the one offering that hand of friendship. The Pastoral Team are excited about what God has been doing and look forward to building up these friendships in Jesus’ name.   We would value your support and prayers and if you feel prompted to help please speak to Margaret Neil, Dorothy Beaton or myself.  Our numbers are detailed below. Many thanks.

Margaret Neil 07554 328739;  Dorothy Beaton 07580 463684;  Marion Murray 07910 836828 

Crossover Online

March 5, 2021

Join us at 6.45 for 7pm – 9pm

Crossover is back this Saturday and we are online again, playing escape room style puzzle games! Please have at the ready some spare paper and pens for taking notes, some glue or sticky tape, a pair of scissors, and some felt tip pens. You will also need ‘Escape room materials’, which will be delivered to you in advance, and for this reason, it is even more important than usual that you let Iain Nisbet know in advance if you are planning to attend.

Girls’ Brigade Get Moving – 14 Day Challenge

February 7, 2021

As the Emma Cameron Foundation is a special charity to Torrance Girls’ Brigade, we do like to raise funds for the ECF each year and give the display collection.

Recognising the benefits of exercise especially in lockdown, we have set the girls and leaders a challenge to be active for 14 days and their parents are welcome to donate to the ECF in recognition of this via the JustGiving page below.

Being active can be anything which gets us moving like a cycle, walk or indoor exercise class.

Anyone is very welcome to join us in this challenge, either with the 14 day activity or you could give to the ECF in recognition of the girls efforts! Many thanks, the GB leaders. https://www.justgiving.com/emmacameronfoundation

Alzheimer Scotland – M4D Radio – A brand new Radio Station for people with Dementia

February 7, 2021

Have you heard about this fantastic new radio station for people living with dementia and their Carers.  No adverts, no interruptions, no DJ’s, just music that you choose to listen to.  

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 nigh time. M4D Radio is available via any internet-enabled devices including computers, tablets, mobile phones, smart TVs and Alexa’s. Please note it is not a commercial radio station and cannot be listened to on a radio. You can access the M4D Radio on the website:   https://m4dradio.com/ 

Fish ‘n Chips in February

February 7, 2021

We are in the final month of our fish and chip deliveries and while the weather has been wild this week a little lightness is creeping in to the evening sky, Spring is on its way.

We continue to be amazed by the joy a simple fish supper brings and by your generosity in supporting this wee outreach activity. God has done wonderful things with your donations of a wee bit of fish and a couple of tatties.

A big thank you too to our deliverers, they turn out in all weathers and hurry hot suppers right across our village. A superb team.

We have enough money now to see us to the end of the month so don’t need any more donations but if you have been blessed by giving the gift of food, the food banks in Springburn and Kirkintilloch still need support.

Thanks again to all, we’ll let you know our grand total of suppers delivered at the end of the month.

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