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  Last Wednesday a group of us from St Andrew’s joined with members of St James Bishopbriggs for the first session of a 6-part course based on the book Soul Keeping by John Ortberg. There were 23 folk who braved the wet and icy evening to start on this new… read more >>

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Today we had a very enjoyable time making bookmarks under the expert guidance of Gail. She demonstrated bookmarks made with a choice of beautifully coloured felt/ribbon, characterful animal corner bookmarks and geisha ladies complete with patterned kimonos & costume accessories. As well as careful cutting & folding, there was also… read more >>

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A candle was lit in our Advent Wreath for each of the 4 Sundays in Advent culminating in the lighting of the Christ candle on Christmas morning. During Advent in this time of preparation and waiting for Christ’s coming, some of us focused on personal prayer/reflection aided by a good… read more >>

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In spite of warnings of blizzards, last Saturday nearly 50 of us gathered for a delicious Christmas lunch complete with all the trimmings, expertly prepared by Clare and her team. There was a happy, festive atmosphere – including laughter & groans at the corny, cracker jokes! As we drank tea… read more >>

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The Christmas Tree Festival held at St Paul’s, displayed a wonderful array of trees decorated by church and community groups, each one very unique. As well as the trees there were singers and musicians who made music to entertain visitors and add to the Christmas spirit throughout the week. Charities… read more >>

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          We celebrated St Andrew’s Patronal Festival on Friday evening with a Eucharist service followed by fellowship over a fish and chip supper. John Drane preached an inspiring and challenging sermon focusing on Jesus’s call to Andrew. He related Andrew’s skills as a fisherman to the… read more >>

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This morning we celebrated the Kingship of Christ with a Choral Service produced by the Royal School of Church Music. We thank Hugh MacDonald who played the organ and led our choir during our rehearsals & we also thank singers from other churches who helped swell the numbers in our… read more >>

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Clare and Sophie were great weaving tutors demonstrating how to set up our looms and how to then weave as well as adding a fringe and loops for texture. Once we had mastered setting up our looms, the weaving itself was surprisingly easy. It was fascinating to watch it grow.… read more >>

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Last Thursday the fellowship enjoyed another trip to Killearn for lunch at The Three Sisters Bake in its beautiful setting with great views across the surrounding countryside. Over lunch, Peter told us some village news, including that fact that the spectacular view has made the Three Sisters Bake and hall… read more >>