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Paisley South Church



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Communion

Please join us on Sunday 28th August at 11.00 am to celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion. The Thank Offering for this Communion is in support of the Star Project, which we heard about at Worship on 31st July.




Readers

Would you like to help lead the service by doing the readings, or preparing and delivering one of the prayers? The Minister is keen to encourage members of the congregation to be involved and would be happy to hear from anyone who is willing to do so. Please email or phone him to let him know. Thank you.




Teas and Coffees

A reminder that tea/coffee is again available after Sunday services. Covid safe regulations will be adhered to. Congregation will be served seated at tables. Volunteers are required for a rota to help (Food Hygiene Course not essential), please speak to Janis McNeil or Roslyn Barbour.




Back 2 Church Sunday

This will be on 18th September. We extend an invitation of love and hope to our friends and neighbours to join us at Worship.




Tearoom on a Tuesday

This will be held from 10am to 12pm in the Medium Hall, commencing Tuesday 6th September.




Charitable Giving


This is a reminder to the congregation that there are boxes for Foodbank donations in the vestibule and outside the large hall. In these difficult financial times, there is even greater need. Bags for Life, Tinned goods, Longlife Milk and Juice, Biscuits, Coffee, Toiletries and Household Cleaning Items would be much appreciated. Lists are displayed on the boxes.

The Change for Good Box ( formerly The Copper Box ) is now in the vestibule.This year’s Charity is Mary’s Meals. If you wish an individual box to collect in, please add your name to the list beside the box and we will order more from the charity. Half way through the year we have been able to send a cheque for £240.00.




Recycling of Empty Medicine Blister Packs


We have placed a box in the Church Vestibule where you can drop off any empty medicine blister packs you may have at home. It doesn't cost you or the church anything, helps the environment through recycling, and the company which recycles the packs will make a donation to Marie Curie.


Thank you for your support.

Margaret and Russell Banks.




Wednesday Break


The Break will resume in mid-September

Paisley South Church

123 Rowan St

Paisley PA2 6RZ

 

Paisley South Church (Church of Scotland) Registered Charity SC000558