Ministries

XYZ (Xtra Years of Zeal) Christmas Meal 2018

XYZ (Extra Years of Zeal) Christmas Lunch XYZ Christmas lunch in Calders Garden Centre where 23 folk all enjoyed the food, fellowship and fun. YXZ FunXYZ FellowshipXYZ Food

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XYZ Meeting Andrew Fyfe head of Evaluation UN Capital Development Fund

We were treated to a visit by Andrew Fyfe, his mother is one of our XYZr’s.   He spoke to us about the history and development of the United Nations.…

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Children’s Ministry

The Children’s Ministry web page has been updated. There are also web links to both Kingdom Kids Puppets and the national Messy Church website. The aim is to help keep…

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Bridge Services

Bridge Service dates for the rest of the year have been announced.  They have been added to the website calendar. There is also a lovely poster with the dates on…

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Kid’s Activity club – In-service Day

  Crocodile Rock Kids club – Tuesday 5th June 2018 The Children’s Ministry team ran a Kid’s club for P1-P7 children. The aim was to help families in the community needing…

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Jackie and Jamie’s African blog 5

We are genuinely humbled and very grateful for all the lovely emails, WhatsApp messages we have received. and all your prayers and thoughts. Today’s blog is rather different. Jackie had…

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Jackie and Jamie’s African blog 4

The mile poverty spectrum Greetings again from South Africa. We hope and pray that you are filled with the Lord’s blessings. Today’s blog is focussed around the poverty we are…

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Jackie and Jamie’s African blog 3

Because Jesus would… Thanks again for your prayers and kind messages. It has not been a rock’n roll, adrenaline packed ride today. It has been a day of presentations, and…

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Jackie and Jamie’s African blog 2

So far so good… Thank you for all the lovely messages of encouragement, and your prayers. We feel very blessed by them. We have made it to South Africa safely.…

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Jackie and Jamie’s African Blog

Prayer Request for Jackie and Jamie as they take their leave for South Africa’ s Hands at Work mission trip. 1. For the team of 11 who come on the…

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