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  Fourteen intrepid snowdrop viewers, along with Andrea’s dogs, Trinko and Claude, gathered at Mugdock East Car park on Saturday morning, optimistic that wind and rain forecasts would not come to pass. We were blessed in that the rain only started at the finish of the walk and there were… read more >>

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3rd Sunday before Lent St Andrew’s Milngavie 2022 Today we were delighted to be joined by a few visitors for our Sunday celebration of the Eucharist.  Gordon once again treated us to a psalm between the two readings which I must admit for once we sang with gusto! Yesterday we… read more >>

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Last Sunday, as part of our service, we celebrated the Queen’s 70th Jubilee, giving thanks for her devoted service, which has been fortified by her strong Christian faith. The theme of the service was Calling and Vocation. Andrea, our rector, pointed out that the first disciples were an eclectic mix,… read more >>

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4th Sunday before Lent    2022   St Andrew’s Milngavie Dear All Today as we gathered for the Sunday Eucharist, we remembered and gave thanks to Her majesty The Queen for her service to this country as she celebrates her 70th anniversary of succession to the throne.  Our final hymn was the… read more >>

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Tim and Jane have planned a Snowdrop Walk for us on Saturday 12th  February, meeting at Mugdock East Car Park at 10.00 followed by soup back in the church hall at 12.00. We’re looking forward to walking together and hopefully seeing lots of snowdrops reminding us that Spring is on… read more >>

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Candlemas    2021 St Andrew’s Milngavie Dear All Today we celebrated Candlemas, the Presentation of Christ in the Temple. This is always a great festival. We had a lovely choral service with our singers back in voice! The celebration was followed by a further celebration of the resumption of coffee in the hall!… read more >>

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Milngavie and Bearsden Herald St Andrews Episcopal Church Milngavie On Sunday, Andrea, our rector, pointed out that St Luke emphasized Jesus’s ministry to the poor, the oppressed, the marginalised and the sick, and that he was not the powerful, political figure who people expected. In the eyes of God, we… read more >>

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District News for 20 January for M&B Herald  Continuing our Sunday 10.00am Sung Eucharist, our readings this week were from Isaiah 62.1-5, followed by 1 Corinthians 12:1-11 and the Gospel from John 2:1-11 which latter being one of the best known passages of the bible (and possibly in the world)… read more >>

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Dear All Today we celebrated the Second Sunday of Epiphany. It was a lovely bright sunny morning with a good turnout to do justice to Gordon’s chosen hymns and lively playing. Notices for this week: Tuesday 10am Prayer Group in the Garden Room. Wednesday 7.30 Book Group on Zoom Thursday Holy… read more >>