Church The service in the church on Sunday will be held at 9.30am and will be led on this occasion by Reverend James W Aitchison. All welcome.
Church The service this Sunday, July 15, at 11am will be conducted by the Reverend James Aitchison. All welcome.
St Serf’s Church The service last Sunday was conducted by Mr Michael Archibald and his sermon was based on the past, the present and the future. Alison Hooper was the organist and she also read the lessons. The flowers were kindly donated by Margaret and Mary Jamieson. Parishioners are reminded that the annual summer fayre will be held on Saturday, August 11, in the church grounds, followed by the duck race. There are still plenty of ducks for sale for this event. The service this Sunday will be conducted by Mr Archibald and will be made most welcome.
Church Morning worship last Sunday took place at 11am and was conducted by Rev Mike Erskine. The kirk shop took place during that week and closed on the Saturday. Once again, it was very successful and £11,823 was raised for church funds. The worship service this Sunday, July 15, will be at 11am. Refreshments will be served after the service. The Sunday school is now closed during the summer holidays. All events and services are open to everyone. Family history project Alyth family history project is open on Sunday afternoons, from 2pm to 4pm in Alyth Parish Church. The project includes thousands of photographs of people, events, schools, businesses, weddings, children and views, etc. Admission is free. Enquiries are always welcome by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by searching for AlythFHP on Facebook.
Bowling Club Numbers in this week’s lotto draw were 3, 15, 18 and 20. There were no winners; prize money next week will now amount to £1050.
Church The service on Sunday, July 15, will be conducted by the Rev Adrian Lough at the usual time of 11.15am. All welcome. Church Centre Café and Softplay The café will be open every week day morning as usual for the next three weeks. All are welcome to come and enjoy a snack or bring their children along to the softplay area. Both the cafe and soft play areas will be on holiday for two weeks commencing July 23. Afternoon teas The next summer afternoon teas event will take place in Bankfoot Church Centre on Saturday, July 21, from 2pm to 4pm. Afternoon tea will be served with entertainment provided by Rural Blend. Tickets cost £8 and these are on sale at the café. Book tables with Evelyn on 01738 710534 or at the church office on 01738 788017. Summer holiday messy church The summer holiday messy church event will take place in Bankfoot Church Centre on Sunday, August 5, from 3pm to 5pm. This will include a family tea at 5pm. Entry is free and donations would be welcomed. Barbecue A barbecue evening for all will take place at the Active Kids adventure park on Friday, August 10, from 6pm for both the messy church members and the Sunday morning congregations. Messy church The next messy church will be held in Luncarty Church Centre on Sunday, August 12, between 3pm and 5pm. This will be followed by a family tea at 5pm. Entry is free, but donations would be welcomed.
Church See the Guildtown section for more information on church services and intimations.
Church Last Sunday’s service was conducted by Rev Andy Graham and the readings were given by J Morison from Two Corinthians chapter 12, verses 2-10 and Mark chapter six, verses 1-13. The Sunday service at Bendochy church is from 10am to 10.45am. All welcome. See the Coupar Angus Abbey Church section for further details of the service and intimations.
Hall committee The annual barbecue and roasts night will be held on Saturday, August 4, at the Blackwater Hall from 7.30pm. There will be a licensed bar and raffle provided at the event. Tickets are available from Pam Cameron on 01250 882352 or Morag Houstoun on 01250 882241. Old tyme dance The next dance will be tonight (Friday, July 13) in the Institute from 7.30pm to 10.30pm. Music for the evening will be provided by Gavin Piper. Tickets cost £5 (includes tea and biscuits) available at the door on the night. Proceeds will go to charity. Bowling club The friendly against Glenfarg on Saturday this week requires two members names to enter. All those who have already put their name up in the clubhouse will now