Flowers in the sanctuary today are provided by Angus Main and Family

The Organist playing for us today is Audrey McKirdy

Thanks to all those who contributed to last week’s offerings:

Freewill Offering £361.00
Open Plate £111.81
Total £472.81

Welcome Desk:
If you know of anyone who is in or just out of hospital or who needs an elder or staff member to call, please leave the information at the Welcome Desk. We would also appreciate suggested names to receive flowers after today’s or a forthcoming service – call at the Welcome Desk.

Poppy knitters and crocheters:
What a fantastic response we have had to our request for poppies. I now have over 900 poppies and I know that some of you still have some to hand in. Very well done to you all. I think you can stop knitting now; we’ll need to find you another project! Please bring your poppies to church this Sunday or at the very latest next week the 21st. Please give them to Jim Leatham and the welcoming team or leave them in the pigeon-hole room. Thank you, Kathryn.

Growing Claremont Healing Hour:
The first Healing Hour meeting will be on Monday 29th of October at 7.30 pm until 8.30 pm in the Williams Room. It would be great to see as many as possible coming along to support this new service within Claremont Church. Should you require any further information my home telephone number is now 01355513434. My mobile telephone number is 07353063823 or speak to any of the core group – Martin Russell, Moraig Drumgold, Helen Walton. Blessings Anna Corlett and Marianne Lamb
Studio 32:
EK based Music Theatre company, will perform at Calderglen High School on the evening of Monday 22nd October. They will sing numbers from Les Miserables, West Side Story, Mary Poppins and Oliver, as well as a couple of scenes from The Steamie. Tickets available on the night are £5 – an absolute steal for such a stellar performance evening.

Parking in Davaar:
Can we all be reminded that we should not be parking our cars at any time within the Davaar complex.

AYEMac ( Men’s group):
Tuesday 6 November 7.30pm – Come and hear the man who starred in A league of his own – an evening with Barrie Crawford former local football referee and Grade 1 linesman.

Anniversary Photos:
Can anyone with any photos relating to any events we had for our 50th anniversary please pass on to me. We hope to have an end for Anniversary year display. Thank you. Helen Cuthbertson

Boys’ Brigade Body Shop Evening:
Our BB Company is holding another Body Shop Evening on Monday 5th November at their shop in the Town Centre. The evening starts at 6.30, finishing around 8.30, during which generous discounts can be obtained on many products. Tickets costing £5, including refreshments, can be obtained from any BB Officer.