Dates for your Diary at Gilmour & Whitehill

7th November : Elders Training Course –  Lunch at 1pm and start Diary datestime 2pm

11th November : Remembrance Service in front garden. Community event – all welcome and will include pupils from Glenlee Primary School.

12th November: Glad Rags & Handbags. This is a ticketed social event and thanks to all who have made it a Sell Out. Proceeds will go towards Church Funds.

**Please note the Community Cafe will be closed on the 12th Nov for 1 week only **

14th November: Joint Service for Remembrance Service. This year the service will take place at Hamilton West Church. – please see announcement below for details.

12th December: REJOICE: An evening of Carols and Songs for Christmas starting at 6.30pm

19th December: Communion

24rth December: Joint Watchnight Service. This will be held in Gilmour & Whitehill at 7.30pm

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY

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A joint Remembrance Service will be held on

Sunday 14th November 2021  at  10.45 am

in Hamilton West Church.

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Both Churches invite their local communities to join them on Thursday 11th November at 11 am, 

where a short Memorial Service will be held in their respective gardens, for a short Service of Remembrance.

Gilmour & Whitehill news

Summer Fayre
What a wonderful effort and great fellowship! Thanks go to everyone involved in raising the magnificent sum of £2327.96.       

thank-youRetiring Offering
Last Sunday amounted to £83.90 which will go towards the total at the end of the year between The Haven and Crossreach.

Gilmour & Whitehill Update

Summer Fayre – Saturday 8 June

Summer FayreThis takes place on Saturday from 10 am to 12 noon and tickets are priced £2 adults and £1 per child.   There is an urgent need for items for the Tombola and Church Stall.  Bottles or jars of anything, eg sauce, wine, oil, shampoo etc will be most gratefully received as will toiletries and fancy goods.

Recipe Book     cook-book

Joyce Adamson has produced a Recipe Book which will be sold in aid of Church funds.  The cost is £3 per copy.

What’s On at Gilmour & Whitehill

Retiring Offerings etc.
the-havenTwo charities have been chosen at random from the four suggested – The Haven and Crossreach.  All monies collected during the year from these offerings and the Christmas Frieze will be divided equally and donated at the year end.  crossreach
Please, if you can, give generously.

For more information on these charities please click on their names for links to their websites.

Country and Western Evening    country-and-western
The Ways and Means Committee has organised a Country and Western Evening, which is being held on Friday 29th March 2019.  Entertainment is being provided by Elaine Dallas and it is hoped to have a demonstration of Line Dancing.  Hot dogs and other food will be served. 

Tickets are on sale priced £5 each.  It would be great if folks came along dressed country style.

Please support this hardworking committee by coming along.  Yee…hah!

 

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 The next Gilmour & Whitehill Kirk Session meeting is due to be held on Monday 1st April 2019 at 7.30 pm.

What’s On

Memories Tearoom
memories-2The theme at the next open day on Thursday 29 November will be Remembrance. Why not come along for a chat and cup of tea or coffee? 

We are grateful to the Tearoom Committee, who have offered to purchase and install a water heater in the kitchen to replace our broken appliance.

 

Lyndale Club        scotland

The guest speaker at the next meeting will be Mr Stuart Logan, whose topic is Dossing Around Scotland. 

We meet in the Coffee Lounge on Tuesday 27 November at 7.30 pm.  A warm welcome is extended to all.

 

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Coffee Morning
The 17th Hamilton Rainbows, Brownies and Guides will hold a Coffee Morning on Saturday 1st December from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon.  Please come along and support our young people.



Data Protection                   download
A letter asking you to check your personal details will soon be delivered by your elder along with lots of other items such as  communion cards, free will offering envelopes, invitation to the Congregational Lunch and the In Touch magazine. 

We ask for your co-operation in this matter, and encourage you to ensure your details are up to date!

Prize Draw

Grand Prize Draw
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Tickets for the Grand Prize Draw will be on sale soon at Gilmour & Whitehill Church. 

If you can sell a few to your family and friends please speak to Jeanette Hunter or Anne Paul, who will happily provide you with a book.

1st prize is a fabulous hamper worth £40, 2nd prize is a £25 voucher to dine at Carrigan’s, 3rd prize is a beautiful knitted snowman, and a further 22 other prizes to be won.

Every ticket sold will aid church funds.

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 2018: LEST WE FORGET

A few photo’s taken after today’s Joint Service of  Remembrance and

img_5597some of the img_5593-2touching tributes, including the silhouettes provided by the Junior Boys’ Brigade representing, “There But Not There!”

Hopefully today we felt the presence of those that have gone before us!  

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Follow the link below for more details on the There, but not there! project

 

Joint Service for Rememberance

Join us at Hamilton West Church,  remembranceday

on the 11th November at 10.45 am

for our United Service of Remembrance.

 

 

What’s On

In Touch Magazine                  48aa6af8-268c-4d9b-8d42-64632a89ca20
Items for the next publication of the magazine can be given to Sandra Hamilton or Irene Sergison until Sunday, 4 November.  Articles on any topic can be submitted, so please feel free to contribute.  As always the editor’s discretion will apply.

 

gift-2Afternoon Tea in a Bag
With Christmas present hunting starting soon have you seen our current venture?  On display in the Coffee Lounge is a poster advertising our latest fundraising idea.  Please take a look at this novel gift, which will come completely ready to hand over to the lucky recipient.  Orders are being taken now by Anne Paul, Anne Lyon or Jeanette Hunter, any of whom will be delighted to give you further details.

 

Church Flowers            flowers
Following the service each Sunday the flowers which have beautified the chancel and sanctuary are delivered to church members and the community.  Please, if you know of someone who would benefit from the joy of receiving them let Anne Paul know and their name will be added to the list.

 

 

guest-speakerLyndale Club                   
The guest speaker at the next meeting will be Mrs Liz MacIntyre whose topic is Letters from a Desert Rat.  We meet in the Coffee Lounge on Tuesday, 30 October at 7.30 pm.  A warm welcome is extended to all.