Category Archives: Order of Service

Sunday 19th October 2014

Please stand (if you are able) as the bible is brought into the Church
INTIMATIONS & WELCOME
CALL TO WORSHIP
INTROIT CH4 no.5, O Lord our Lord throughout the earth
Hymn 209 Father we praise you
PRAYER & LORD’S PRAYER
CHILDRENS’ ADDRESS
Hymn 251 I the Lord of sea and sky
READING:St. Mark. 10: 46–52
ANTHEM Safe in the Shadow of the Lord
READING: Acts 24: 10–27
Hymn 201 Worship the Lord
SERMON
OFFERING.
DEDICATION OF OFFERING & PRAYERS OF INTERCESSION
Hymn. 458 At the name of Jesus (Tune Camberwell)
BENEDICTION & SUNG AMEN.

SUNG BLESSING AT END OF SERVICE
May God’s blessing surround you each day,
As you trust Him and walk in His way,
May His presence within guard and keep you from sin,
Go in peace, go in joy, go in love.

THE LORD’S PRAYER – Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: for thine is the kingdom, the power and the glory, forever. Amen.

WELCOME TO CHURCH TODAY. Please sign our visitors’ book and join us in the large hall after worship where refreshments are served.
Large print copies of the Order of Service are available from the duty team.

TODAY:

  • We welcome Leigh Shiel at the organ in Alan’s absence.
  • Tea/coffee is being served on behalf of the Bible Society
  • The Reader is Grant Keyes
  • All Articles for November Inspire should be sent or e mailed to Joan Black by today. E mail – blacksabode@googlemail.com. Phone – 638 5433

NEXT WEEK:

  • The Reader is Alan Mathew
  • Tea/coffee will be served by the Guild.
  • END OF “BRITISH SUMMER TIME”: Please remember to change your clocks BACKWARDS one hour on Saturday 25th October, so that you don’t arrive an hour early for worship the next day. Enjoy that extra hour in bed!

Many thanks to everyone who helped with the distribution of the Flyers advertising our Shopping Afternoon and Christmas Fayre. Your help is really appreciated. All the households in the district now have these flyers so hopefully we will have a bumper turnout!

The Guild meets on Tuesday 21st.October. The Speaker is Sheriff Brian Adair whose subject is “Tales from the Court”. There will be a sales table. A warm welcome is extended to all.

Our next visit to Mearnskirk Hospital is on Sunday 26th October. The PURPLE group are taking the service. Please refer to notice board outside the vestry for a list of names.

The Moderator of the General Assembly, The Right Reverend John Chalmers, BD CPS, will conduct a special service of worship in Netherlee Parish Church on Sunday 26th October at 6.30pm to which all are cordially invited. Refreshments will be served after the service to give folks an opportunity to meet the moderator more informally. All welcome.

CHRISTMAS PRACTICE WITH THE CHOIR-will be on Thursday23rd October. We will use the time from 7:30-8:45 (ish) for the Christmas stuff.

Saturday 29th November (Christmas Fayre Day) from 10am in the Church, Alan Mathew vs. CH4 (and it’s 825 hymns) Come along to support and sponsor Alan, in raising funds for the Lanark Choral once in a lifetime trip to New York to sing at the Carnegie Hall. I’m trying to raise funds by doing a sponsored battle of the hymns. I will try and play my way through the entire CH4 hymn book.

CHRISTIAN AID: Calling all swimmers – Christian Aid needs you! The local Committee’s annual Sponsored Swim is on Saturday 25 October in Eastwood Baths and you are invited to “swim for free”. Swimmers of all ages can take part and can swim up to 20 lengths of the pool at any time convenient to them between 5.30pm and 7.30pm. If you are unable to swim on that night you can choose another time that suits you and Christian Aid will cover the cost of entry. Anne and Ross will be delighted to hear from anyone who would like a sponsor form or even just more information on the event. Thank you.

Tickets for the Shopping Afternoon on Sunday 2nd November are now available from any member of the Events Committee listed below. If you are having a tea or coffee after church don’t leave without your ticket! Robert Coulter, Carole Ferguson, Irene Heffron, Christine Kemp, Norrie Kilpatrick, Margo King, Mary Montgomery, Betty Patrick, Margaret Robertson, Liz Taylor, Jerry Taylor, Joan Black.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Sun 19 October Deadline for Inspire
Sun 26 October Mearnskirk Hospital Service
Sat 1 November Sunday School Coffee Morning
Sun 2 November at 2.00pm Shopping Afternoon
Sun 9 November Remembrance Sunday
Sat 29 November Christmas Fayre + Battle of the Hymns

Sunday 12th October 2014

INTIMATIONS & WELCOME
CALL TO WORSHIP
INTROIT The peace of the earth (798)
Hymn 4 How excellent in all the earth
PRAYER & LORD’S PRAYER
CHILDRENS’ ADDRESS
Hymn 193 God is love
READING: Genesis 24 1-9
ANTHEM: Jesus, is the Name we honour (arr. S Fox)
READING: Genesis 24 10-28
Hymn 237 Look forward in faith
SERMON
OFFERING
DEDICATION OF OFFERING & PRAYERS OF INTERCESSION
Hymn 515 Soldiers of Christ arise
BENEDICTION & SUNG AMEN.
SUNG BLESSING

SUNG BLESSING AT END OF SERVICE
May God’s blessing surround you each day,
As you trust Him and walk in His way,
May His presence within guard and keep you from sin,
Go in peace, go in joy, go in love.

THE LORD’S PRAYER – Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: for thine is the kingdom, the power and the glory, forever. Amen.

WILLIAMWOOD PARISH CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, CLARKSTON
Interim Moderator – Rev Linda Walker; Telephone: 0141 649 1340; Email: walkerlinda@hotmail.com
Locum Minister – Rev Eric McLachlan; Telephone: 0141 810 5789; Email eric.janis@btinternet.com
Session Clerk – Margaret Robertson; Telephone: 0141 638 5521; margaretctrobertson@gmail.com
Website: http://www.williamwoodparishchurch.org.uk; Other information – Scottish Charity Number SC009939; Congregation Number 160892; CCL Copyright Licence 409617

WELCOME TO CHURCH TODAY. Please sign our visitors’ book and join us in the large hall after worship where refreshments are served.
Large print copies of the Order of Service are available from the duty team.

TODAY:
Tea/coffee is being served by the Hygiene Committee
The Reader is Grant Keyes

NEXT WEEK:
The Reader is Ross Johnstone
Tea/coffee will be served on behalf of the Bible Society

ORGAN MUSIC:
Preludes & Offering – All from Vesper Voluntaries by Edward Elgar
Music as you gather: Introduction (adagio) D minor, MVT 1 (andante)
D major, MVT 2 (allegro) D minor, MVT 3 (andantino) in F major
Offering music MVT 4 (allegretto piacevole) in B major
Recessional music: Choral Song – Wesley

The Moderator of the General Assembly, The Right Reverend John Chalmers, BD CPS, will conduct a special service of worship in
Netherlee Parish Church on Sunday 26th October at 6.30pm to which all are cordially invited. Refreshments will be served after the
service to give folks an opportunity to meet the moderator more informally. All welcome.

Our next visit to Mearnskirk Hospital is on Sunday 26th October. The PURPLE group are taking the service. Please refer to notice
board outside the vestry for a list of names.

CHRISTMAS WITH THE CHOIR- The first Christmas practice will be 23rd October. We will use the time from 7:30-8:45 (ish) for the Christmas stuff.

Saturday 29th November (Christmas Fayre Day) from 10am in the Church, Alan Mathew vs. CH4 (and it’s 825 hymns) Come along to support and sponsor Alan, in raising funds for the Lanark Choral once in a lifetime trip to New York to sing at the Carnegie Hall. I’m trying to raise funds by doing a sponsored battle of the hymns. I will try and play my way through the entire CH4 hymn book.

WILLIAMWOOD CHURCH SHOPPING AFTERNOON Can you help? We have flyers promoting our Shopping afternoon on Sunday 2nd November ready for distribution. This flyer is also advertising our Christmas Fayre on Saturday 29 November. Do you have any time to help us pop these through some letterboxes? They have been bundled into local streets. If you could take a street you live on, or are near to, that would be brilliant. We are hoping this will be a bumper event with 24 stallholders already signed up. The more people who know about it the better. If you could help us out it would be very much appreciated. Tickets are also now available from any member of the Events Committee listed below. If you are having a tea or coffee after church don’t leave without your ticket! Robert Coulter, Carole Ferguson, Irene Heffron, Christine Kemp, Norrie Kilpatrick, Margo King, Mary Montgomery, Betty Patrick, Margaret Robertson, Liz Taylor, Jerry Taylor, Joan Black.

NOVEMBER INSPIRE All Articles for should be sent or e mailed to Joan Black before 19th October. E mail – blacksabode@googlemail.com. Phone – 638 5433

CHRISTIAN AID: Calling all swimmers – Christian Aid needs you! The local Committee’s annual Sponsored Swim is on Saturday 25 October in Eastwood Baths and you are invited to “swim for free”. Swimmers of all ages can take part and can swim up to 20 lengths of the pool at any time convenient to them between 5.30pm and 7.30pm. If you are unable to swim on that night you can choose another time that suits you and Christian Aid will cover the cost of entry. Anne and Ross will be delighted to hear from anyone who would like a sponsor form or even just more information on the event. Thank you.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Sun 19 October Deadline for Inspire
Sun 6 October Mearnskirk Hospital Service
Sat 1 November Sunday School Coffee Morning
Sun 2 November at 2.00pm Shopping Afternoon
Sat 29 November Christmas Fayre + Battle of the hymns

Sunday 5th October 2014

HARVEST THANKSGIVING


Please stand (if you are able) as the bible is brought into the Church
INTIMATIONS & WELCOME
CALL TO WORSHIP
INTROIT 
Come all you people (CH4 757)
Hymn 233 
Come, you thankful people come
PRAYER & LORD’S PRAYER
ADDRESS 1
Hymn 229
 We plough the fields and scatter
READING
 St. Mark 4: 30–34
ADDRESS 2
ANTHEM 
God who made the earth (Korean folk melody, Arr J. Bell)
READING 
St. Matthew 14: 13–21
ADDRESS 3
Hymn 65 
Jubilate, everybody (Sing twice)
OFFERING
DEDICATION OF OFFERING & 
PRAYERS OF INTERCESSION.
Hymn 182 
Now thank we all our God
BENEDICTION
& SUNG AMEN.

SUNG BLESSING AT END OF SERVICE
May God’s blessing surround you each day,
As you trust Him and walk in His way,
May His presence within guard and keep you from sin,
Go in peace, go in joy, go in love.

WILLIAMWOOD PARISH CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, CLARKSTON

Interim Moderator – Rev Linda Walker, Telephone: 0141 649 1340, Email: walkerlinda@hotmail.com
Locum Minister – Rev Eric McLachlan, Telephone: 0141 810 5789, Email eric.janis@btinternet.com
Session Clerk – Margaret Robertson, Telephone: 0141 638 5521, margaretctrobertson@gmail.com
Website: http://www.williamwoodparishchurch.org.uk
Other information: Scottish Charity Number SC009939, Congregation Number 160892, CCL Copyright Licence 409617

WELCOME TO CHURCH TODAY. Please sign our visitors’ book and join us in the large hall after worship where refreshments are served. Large print copies of the Order of Service are available from the duty team.

TODAY:
Tea/coffee is being served by the Inspire Group
The Reader is Mairi McIntyre
There is a Fairtrade stall in the hall after the service.

NEXT WEEK:
The Reader is Grant Keyes
Tea/coffee will be served by the Hygiene Committee

ORGAN MUSIC
Music as you gather. We Plough the Fields “Wir Pflugen” (Joseph Prentiss, Now thank we all our God “Nun Danket” (Lani Smith), We gather together to ask the Lord’s Blessings “Dutch folk tune” (F. Ritter)
Offering Music Variations for Thanksgiving (Colin Curtis)
Recessional Music: Festival Postlude (Nelson)

Thanks to all those who came for tea and coffee last Sunday.  The sum of £40.00 will be sent to Church House Youth Club and your support is much appreciated.  Many thanks also to Gemma Wilson for the baking she donated as part of her Duke of Edinburgh Scheme.

THE CONGREGATIONAL BOARD meets on Wed 8 Oct at 7.30 in the Session House.

THE GUILD meets on Tuesday 7th October at 7.30. Communion will be followed by the Topic “How to Share”.

CHRISTMAS WITH THE CHOIR; We will soon be commencing our practices for the service to be held on Sunday 14th December, which is traditionally a service of carols, readings and music. If you’d like to augment the choir for that service please let Alan know ASAP. Christmas practises will likely begin towards the end of October on Thursday evenings.

The Young Women’s Group will meet on Tuesday 7th October at 8.00pm in the Overlee. Contact Lynn Gordon 07979804066 or 01415854951 for more information.

CHRISTIAN AID: Calling all swimmers – Christian Aid needs you! The local Committee’s annual Sponsored Swim is on Saturday 25 October in Eastwood Baths and you are invited to “swim for free”. Swimmers of all ages can take part and can swim up to 20 lengths of the pool at any time convenient to them between 5.30pm and 7.30pm. If you are unable to swim on that night you can choose another time that suits you and Christian Aid will cover the cost of entry. Anne and Ross will be delighted to hear from anyone who would like a sponsor form or even just more information on the event. Thank you.

LIFE AND WORK for October is now available in the usual places for collection by individuals and distributors

http://www.williamwoodparishchurch.org.uk has had a makeover!  The web address is the same but the content has been completely revised and updated.  I hope you find that it’s easy to navigate as I’d encourage you all to have a look and let me know what you think.  Please let me know if you spot any mistakes and also let me know if there is essential or useful information that is missing.  Going forward we will be setting up a web development group to ensure that the content is kept fresh and up to date.  Thanks!   Linda. walkerlinda@hotmail.com or 649 1340

NOVEMBER INSPIRE All Articles for should be sent or e mailed to Joan Black before 19th October. E mail – blacksabode@googlemail.com. Phone – 638 5433

Please pass items for inclusion in the weekly bulletin to Evelyn Wallace (evelyn.wallace@outlook.com or 638 3490) These should be received by 9pm on Wednesday evening.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

Tues 7 October Young Women’s Group meeting
Wed 8 October Congregational Board Meeting
Sun 19 October Deadline for Inspire
Sun 2 November at 2.00pm Shopping Afternoon
Sat 29 November Christmas Fayre

Sunday 28th September 2014

INTIMATIONS & WELCOME
CALL TO WORSHIP
INTROIT: I love you, Lord (CH4 770)
Hymn 268 O God of Bethel
PRAYER & LORD’S PRAYER
CHILDRENS’ ADDRESS
Hymn
Wide, wide as the ocean, high as the Heaven above; Deep, deep as the deepest sea is my Saviour’s love.
I, though so unworthy, still am a child of His care;
For His Word teaches me that His love reaches me everywhere.

READING: Isaiah 40 1–11
ANTHEM Father we love you
READING: Isaiah 40 12–31
Hymn 153 Great is thy faithfulness
SERMON
OFFERING
DEDICATION OF OFFERING & PRAYERS OF INTERCESSION
Hymn 702 Lord in love and perfect wisdom
BENEDICTION & SUNG AMEN
SUNG BLESSING

SUNG BLESSING AT END OF SERVICE
May God’s blessing surround you each day,
As you trust Him and walk in His way,
May His presence within guard and keep you from sin,
Go in peace, go in joy, go in love.

THE LORD’S PRAYER – Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: for thine is the kingdom, the power and the glory, forever. Amen.

WELCOME TO CHURCH TODAY. Please sign our visitors’ book and join us in the large hall after worship where refreshments are served.
Large print copies of the Order of Service are available from the duty team.

TODAY:
Tea/coffee is being served by the on behalf of Church House.
The Reader is Tony Drysdale

NEXT WEEK:
The Reader is Mairi McIntyre.
Tea/coffee will be served by Inspire Group.
There will be a Fairtrade stall in the hall after the service.

Organ music
Music as you gather. Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves by Verdi, – Barcarolle, from ‘The Tales of Hoffmann’- Offenbach
Offering Music Mozart – Serenade in G major, K. 525 ‘Eine kleine Nachtmusik
Recessional Music: The Prince of Denmark’s March (Trumpet Voluntary) by Jeremiah Clarke

Due to the limited choice of children’s hymns in the CH4 hymnal, we will for a few weeks be using some of the better known children’s hymns and chorus that have been omitted from recent hymnals.

KWENDERANA PARTNERSHIP – I would like to thank everyone for their support at coffee after church last Sunday. Due to 2 very generous donations we raised a total of £350 to pay for Masozi Moyo’s school fees. This will pay for at least 2 year’s fees and the balance will be used to provide school uniform, bedding, soap, towels and any other items
required. – Fiona Gunning

LIFE AND WORK for October is now available in the usual places for collection by individuals and distributors.

www.williamwoodparishchurch.org.uk has had a makeover! The web address is the same but the content has been completely revised and updated. I hope you find that it’s easy to navigate as I’d encourage you all to have a look and let me know what you think. Please let me know if you spot any mistakes and also let me know if there is essential or useful information that is missing. Going forward we will be setting up a web development group to ensure that the content is kept fresh and up to date. Thanks! Linda. walkerlinda@hotmail.com or 649 1340.

NOVEMBER INSPIRE All Articles for should be sent or e mailed to Joan Black before 19th October. E mail – blacksabode@googlemail.com. Phone – 638 5433.

WILLIAMWOOD HOUSE are currently looking for caring people who would like to become a member of their relief staff. If this is of interest to you, please get in touch by telephoning 637 1168 and speaking to a senior member of staff.

HARVEST THANKSGIVING – Sunday 5 October 2014
Donations of harvest goods for the benefit of the Talbot Association, the Wayside Centre and the local Food Bank will be gratefully received in the CHURCH on Saturday 4th October between 10.30am-11.30am

Listed below are items which will be useful

harvest list

NO OUT OF DATE OR HOME MADE ITEMS

Thanks, Helen McKenzie

Sunday 21st September 2014

Please stand (if you are able) as the bible is brought into the Church
INTIMATIONS & WELCOME
CALL TO WORSHIP
INTROIT: 
I love you, Lord (CH4 770)
Hymn 36 
God is our refuge and our strength
PRAYER & LORD’S PRAYER
CHILDRENS’ ADDRESS
Hymn (sheet) 
I want to walk with Jesus Christ
READING
. Matthew 11:1–15
ANTHEM
 How deep the Father’s love (Townend arr. Larry Shackley)
READING: St. Mark 5: 21–32
Hymn 270 
Put all your trust in God
SERMON
DEDICATION OF OFFERING & 
PRAYERS OF INTERCESSION
Hymn 113 
God the Father of Creation
BENEDICTION
 & SUNG AMEN.
SUNG BLESSING

SUNG BLESSING AT END OF SERVICE
May God’s blessing surround you each day,
As you trust Him and walk in His way,
May His presence within guard and keep you from sin,
Go in peace, go in joy, go in love.

WILLIAMWOOD PARISH CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, CLARKSTON
Interim Moderator – Rev Linda Walker, Telephone: 0141 649 1340, Email: walkerlinda@hotmail.com
Locum Minister – Rev Eric McLachlan, Telephone: 0141 810 5789, Email: eric.janis@btinternet.com
Session Clerk – Margaret Robertson, Telephone: 0141 638 5521, margaretctrobertson@gmail.comWebsite:
http://www.williamwoodparishchurch.org.uk

Other information: Scottish Charity Number SC009939, Congregation Number 160892, CCL Copyright Licence 409617

WELCOME TO CHURCH TODAY. Please sign our visitors’ book and join us in the large hall after worship where refreshments are served.
Large print copies of the Order of Service are available from the duty team.

TODAY:
Tea/coffee is being served by the Kwenderana Group, raising money specifically to contribute to the boarding school fees for a young wheel chair bound girl from Emazinveni
The Reader is Carole Ferguson

NEXT WEEK:
The Reader is Tony Drysdale
Tea/coffee will be served on behalf of Church House

ORGAN MUSIC:
Music as you gather: CH4 Hymns 519 and 474, Hyfrydol by RH Pritchard “Es ist ein ros” by John M Rasley.
Offering Music: How deep the Father’s love for us- Stuart Townend.
Recessional Music: Felix Mendelssohn’s-Allegro from his Organ Sonata No. 2

Due to the limited choice of children’s hymns in the CH4 hymnal, we will for a few weeks be using some of the better known children’s hymns and chorus that have been omitted from recent hymnals.

THE GUILD COFFEE MORNING: The final total raised was £572.70. We would like to thank all those who helped and of course all of you who supported the event. Many Thanks, Elizabeth.

Grateful thanks to all those who supported coffee after church last week in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund. The amount raised was £75 and a cheque for this amount is on its way to them.

WILLIAMWOOD HOUSE are currently looking for caring people who would like to become a member of their relief staff. If this is of interest to you, please get in touch by telephoning 637 1168 and speaking to a senior member of staff.

HARVEST THANKSGIVING – Sunday 5 October 2014
Donations of harvest goods for the benefit of the Talbot Association, the Wayside Centre and the local Food Bank will be gratefully received in the CHURCH on Saturday 4th October between 10.30am-11.30am

Listed below are items which will be useful

harvest list

NO OUT OF DATE OR HOME MADE ITEMS

Thanks, Helen McKenzie

CHURCH CONTACTS & INFORMATION
Please pass items for inclusion in the weekly bulletin to Evelyn Wallace (evelyn.wallace@outlook.com or 638 3490) These should be received by 9pm on Wednesday evening.

Sunday 14th September 2014

Ordination and Admission of New Elders

Please stand, if you’re able, as the bible is brought into the Church
Intimations & Welcome
Choral Introit – I love you Lord (CH4 770)
Call to worship
HYMN 69 Just as the Father shows His love
Prayer
HYMN 556 I need thee every hour
READINGS: Judges 6: 1-10 & 7: 1-8
ANTHEM – Love Divine (John Stainer)
SERMON
HYMN 680 You are called to tell the story
Ordination & Admission of New Elders
Offering uplifted
Dedication of offering and prayers of intercession
HYMN (sheet) Who is on the Lord’s side?
Benediction and Sung Amen (3-fold)
Sung Blessing

Sung Blessing at end of the Service (we sing this to each other)
May God’s blessing surround you each day,
As you trust Him and walk in His way,
May His presence within guard and keep you from sin,
Go in peace, go in joy, go in love.

Church Notices

WELCOME TO CHURCH TODAY. Please sign our visitors’ book and join us in the large hall after worship where refreshments are served.
Large print copies of the Order of Service are available from the duty team.

TODAY:
Tea/coffee today is being served on behalf of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
The Reader is Christine Kemp

NEXT WEEK:
The Reader is Tony Drysdale
Tea/coffee will be served by the Kwenderana Group

ORGAN MUSIC TODAY
Music as you gather: Lefébure-Wély – Vade-mecum de L’ORGANISTE (A useful collection for the organist of 10 pieces for church use). The movements today include Communion, Offertory, Prayer, and Meditation.
Offering Music: 2 versets on the hymn tune Love Divine – arr Noel Rawsthorne
Recessional Music: The Wedding March from a Mid-Summer night’s dream – Mendelssohn

Session meeting Wednesday 17th September at 7.30pm

HARVEST THANKSGIVING – Sunday 5 October 2014
Members of the congregation wishing to donate harvest goods for the benefit of the needy of Glasgow are invited to bring them along to the CHURCH on Saturday 4th October between 10.30am – 11.30am where they will be gratefully received.
Listed below are items which will be useful in the care of the above.

harvest list
NO OUT OF DATE OR HOMEMADE GOODS PLEASE
The centres we are supporting this year are Talbot Association, Wayside Centre and the local Food Bank.
Thank you for your continued support.
Helen McKenzie

CHURCH CONTACTS & INFORMATION

Interim Moderator – Rev Linda Walker, Telephone: 0141 649 1340, Email: walkerlinda@hotmail.com
Locum Minister – Rev Eric McLachlan, Telephone: 0141 810 5789, Email-eric.janis@btinternet.com
Session Clerk – Margaret Robertson, Telephone: 0141 638 5521, margaretctrobertson@gmail.com
Website: http://www.williamwoodparishchurch.org.uk
Other information
Scottish Charity Number SC009939
Congregation Number 160892
CCL Copyright Licence 409617

Please pass items for inclusion in the weekly bulletin to Evelyn Wallace (evelyn.wallace@outlook.com or 638 3490) These should be received by 9pm on Wednesday evening.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Sun 5 Oct Harvest Thanksgiving

Sunday 7th September 2014

Williamwood Parish Church
Sunday 7 September 2014
 THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION.
Please stand (if you are able) as the bible is brought into the Church
INTIMATIONS & WELCOME
Hymn 111
 Holy Holy Holy
PRAYER
Hymn 120
 God we praise you 
(Ode to joy)
READING: 1 Cor. 11: 23–32
Hymn 484
 Great God your love has called us here.
SERMON
OFFERING
DEDICATION OF OFFERING
Hymn 19
 Ye gates lift up your heads on high
SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION
Hymn 221
 Saviour again to thy dear name we raise.
(Omit verse 2)

BENEDICTION
 &
 SUNG AMEN

SUNG BLESSING AT END OF SERVICE 
May God’s blessing surround you each day,
As you trust Him and walk in His way,
May His presence within guard and keep you from sin,
Go in peace, go in joy, go in love.

WILLIAMWOOD PARISH CHURCH OF SCOTLAND, CLARKSTON
Interim Moderator – Rev Linda Walker
Telephone: 0141 649 1340
Email: walkerlinda@hotmail.com
Locum Minister – Rev Eric McLachlan
Telephone: 0141 810 5789
Email.-eric.janis@btinternet.com
Session Clerk – Margaret Robertson
Telephone: 0141 638 5521
margaretctrobertson@gmail.comWebsite:
http://www.williamwoodparishchurch.org.uk
Other information
Scottish Charity Number SC009939
Congregation Number 160892
CCL Copyright Licence 409617

WELCOME TO CHURCH TODAY. Please sign our visitors’ book and join us in the large hall after worship where refreshments are served.
Large print copies of the Order of Service are available from the duty team.

TODAY:
Tea/coffee is being served by the Printing Group
There is a Fairtrade stall in the hall after the service.
The Reader is Margo King
Mearnskirk Service. If you would like to join us for the short service, please meet at front door of the hospital at 1.45.

NEXT WEEK:
.The Reader is Christine Kemp
Tea/coffee will be served on behalf of the Battle of Britain

ELDERS AND OFFICE BEARERS’ CONFERENCE
Taking place next Sunday afternoon, 14th September, we’ll be beginning with a soup and sandwich lunch at 1.30 – we’ll provide the soup, please bring your own sandwiches! As a one off event at the beginning of a new church year, this is a really good opportunity to come together to discuss where we’re at as a congregation, where we’re headed and to share in fellowship and worship. We don’t have too many of you signed up yet so please do make every effort to come and let either Margaret or Linda know – to make sure we have enough soup. Looking forward to seeing as many of you there as possible.

LIFE AND WORK for September is now available in the usual places for collection by individuals and distributors

JUNIOR SINGERS We meet again at 12.20pm approx. (When the church is clear) until 12.50pm, starting today (7th Sept.). Any 8+-year olds wanting to join us, please come along and join in. N.Gray (585 7213)

Please join us at the Guild Coffee Morning on Saturday 13th.September at 9.45am to 11.30am. Stalls include Home Baking, Household, £2 and Under and Books and Plants. Donations for the Stalls would be very welcome. We look forward to seeing you there. Tickets cost £2 for adults and 50p for children and are available at the door.

FLOWER DELIVERY: The rota board for the delivery of flowers is now available for the months of September and October is on the ledge at the Vardar Avenue side of the vestibule. If you can help, please enter your name on a date suitable to you.

Please send any intimations for inclusion in Sunday 14 September’s Order of Service to Margaret Robertson. Contact 638 5521 or margaretctrobertson@gmail.com

INFORMATION CLASS:
The minister intends holding an information class beginning at 3. 00 P.M. today. This class will be held in the vestry and will meet for the four weeks of Sept. If this time and day proves to be unsuitable please have a word with Mr. McLachlan. If you or anyone you know may be interested in attending this class please fill in your details below and return them to Mr. McLachlan or any of the office bearers on door duty. This class is open to anyone who wishes to use it as a refresher course. It may be that you want to renew your membership vows. You will be most welcome. All members and friends please make this invitation as widely known as possible.
If anyone has membership with another Church and is considering moving to Williamwood please discuss this with the minister.

CHURCH CONTACTS & INFORMATION
Flowers – Jean Little 638 1505
Events Convenors:
Jerry and Liz Taylor 571 9063
Hall Lets – Fiona Gunning 577 5761 or gunning4@hotmail.com. Send requests in plenty of time!
Property & Keys―
Stuart Young, 577 5707
Inspire: Editor: Joan Black (638 5433 or blacksabode@googlemail.com
Prayer Circle ― (Confidential)
17 people who will pray for a person or a situation. Phone Lorna on 571 8821 or Anne on 644 4776.

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
Sat 13 September 10.00-4.00 ER Open Doors/ Concert
Sat 13 September Guild Coffee morning
Sun 14 September Conference
Sun 5 Oct Harvest Thanksgiving