Mon Oct 9: 7.30pm Worship Practice @Bridges
Thurs Oct 12: 7.30am Leaders’ Prayer Meeting @Bridges
Thurs Oct 12: 7.30pm Prayer & Praise @Bridges
Bridges Coffee House will be closed on Monday Oct 30 through to Saturday November 4.
Sun Oct 29: 4:00 – 6:00pm Messy Pumpkins Light Party @ Northmuir Hall
Steve & Vicki Woods from Australia plus their two boys will be staying with us from Monday evening October 30. They are attending a 24-7 Prayer Gathering event at ICC Birmingham prior to coming to Kirriemuir. We plan to have them share at a meeting on Tuesday October 31 @ The Airlie Arms Hotel beginning at 7.30pm. A great alternative to Hallowe’en! Please find attached info on the history of how the connection with Steve came about 6 years ago.
Sunday November 5 (7-8.30pm) it is planned to have a Youth Event at the Northmuir Hall with Dez Johnson leader of Youth Alpha Scotland. More details from Jessica in the meantime.
Blythswood Shoebox Appeal
Checklists for the annual Blythswood Shoebox Appeal will be available on Sunday with the final date for handing in shoeboxes Sunday November 5.
However, you can print off your own checklist at https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/213375_f0edcfe7d5d24e349de44a414fecf4ba.pdf
More details from Lynne.
View a short 3 minute video clip re the appeal and the effect on families in Albania
Further to my preaching a week past Sunday on ‘Our Merciful God’ here is the link to the American Lutheran pastor who ministered to the prominent Nazis at the Nuremburg War Trials http://www.messianicgoodnews.org/henry-gerecke-chaplain-to-nazi-war-criminals/ Powerful stuff!
Iron Men Day (half day actually!) – Sheddocksley Baptist Church, Aberdeen –Saturday November 25 – 9.15 to 1pm
I was speaking to Christian Vision for Men’s Ricky Bain from Sheddocksley BC this week (he has taken over from Steve McGuire in covering the north of Scotland) and as we have supported CVM for a number of years as a church it would be good if a number of the guys were able to attend this event.
The blurb states, “Well we decided that actually getting a load of men together to worship God, have a laugh together and be inspired from the Bible is essential, so that’s what we want to do. We have called these Iron Men days as we are also releasing a brand new book resource focused on how we can be forged as gospel men in today’s busy world.”
See http://cvm.org.uk/ironmen which includes a short video from Nathan Blackaby, Director of CVM.
If you’d like to place a regular order for Elim’s Direction magazine (£2 a month) please let Kenny know. October’s edition of the magazine is now available. Features include the Bible College of Wales where David Holdaway (former Aberdeen Elim pastor) is Principal and also Edinburgh Elim’s Gordon Allan writing on MPower (Elim’s men’s ministry).