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Thursday, October 5th, 2017 | Tags: ,

You will all know that Martin our minister had a fall which resulted in a very serious break to his arm and elbow. As a result of this he has been signed off for a period of eight weeks. As a very fit and active person this is particularly frustrating for him.

In addition to the pain of such an injury he is also suffering from difficulty sleeping at night and the inevitable tiredness that results from this.

Meanwhile, the work of St Andrew’s goes on and we have been lucky to have our services ably led by Keith Scott and Tim Mineard initially and then for two weeks we have been delighted to welcome our friend David Searle. Ian Gray, our pastoral assistant is also undertaking additional duties.

We send Martin our love and best wishes and ask for God’s blessing on him and the manse family.

Crossreach Supremo Retires

Sunday, May 14th, 2017 | Tags:

We were thrilled to have Peter Bailey and his wife with us for morning worship on Sunday 14th May. Peter is soon to retire from his role as Chief Executive of Crossreach and during our service he reflected on the work of Crossreach and shared with us some personal highlights. He finished by telling us that he plans to go out in style, with an abseil from the Forth Road Bridge!! (You can sponsor him at his Justgiving page.)

We wish Peter well in all that he will do in the time ahead.

Messy as ever!

Sunday, April 30th, 2017 | Tags:

Our April Messy Church was a big success, as always. The focus was on Joseph and, among other things, the children made beards to disguise themselves as Old testament characters! With family games, a range of great crafts, a short worship time and a two-course dinner, Messy Church really is a winning formula! Next Messy session is on Sunday 28th May, 4-6pm.