9.45am, Dean House Please note the earlier start time. This session we are going to be looking at two things. The first item is the more important and may not be totally related to computers. However, it is absolutely relevant to our target audience. There will be a discussion on POWER OF ATTORNEY. Have you already done this? Do you know what it is? Why do we think it is important? This is one of the big roles of Ceartas, our partner organisation, providing advice about this and other matters relating to us, seniors. It may also be relevant to our children, who typically would be often be the responsible person to act in our affairs, were we no longer to have that capacity. The second topic is photographs: how to store them, how to edit them, how to share them. For more information, contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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between 1.30 and 3pm in the New Hall. Do come along to our Dé Café, a safe and friendly environment for those affected in any way by dementia. A place to have a cuppa and cake, share in chat and entertainment, and a chance to ask our advisor from Ceartas about services available for those with dementia and their carers. This week we are celebrating our national Bard, Burns, with music and poems and the odd bit of Scottish food. But no need to wear a kilt! This is an open meeting to which all people are welcome. For more information, contact Clare Robertson, email@example.com or 07789425547
2.00 to 4.00 pm The Guild are holding an Afternoon Tea in the New Hall. All are welcome so please come along with your friends and family.
All ages welcome to celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. (approx 40 minutes)
Join us in celebrating the birth of Jesus.
You are warmly invited to our Christmas Eve Family Service at 6pm. All ages welcome.
Sunday 23rd December 11am Christmas Family Service with Nativity 4pm Candlelight Carols (Followed by tea in the New Hall) Monday 24th December: 6pm Christmas Eve Family Service 11.30pm Watchnight Service Tuesday 25 December 11am Worship for Christmas Day
9.30 to 11 am in Dean House and crèche is available - you would be most welcome - if you intend to come with young children and you haven't been before, please let Fiona Wright know to ensure we have enough crèche helpers. We continue on the study series on "The 'I am' sayings of Jesus Christ" - a Scripture Union lifebuilder study book. The fourth one is "I am the Good Shepherd" - Security - John 10:1-21. Further details please contact the office 0141 776 1046
Come along to the church on Saturday 16th December between 4:00 and 5:30pm. Be transported back to Bethlehem of long ago when you enter Lenzie Union church hall ... and a busy street with lots of fun filled things to do... crafts, games, refreshments, drama …. fun for all the family! The Camel Trail ends here so bring your completed forms if you can. Entry free! All welcome!
10am at Dean House Have you got all your Christmas presents? Still looking for that one special one but can't get to the shops? Or maybe you have more stuff than you need and you are wondering if you could sell them? Why not come along to Silver Surfers and find out how to buy and sell online. Whilst it may not be the same experience as browsing around Buchanan Galleries, it can be convenient on occasions. And payments can be made in a safe and secure fashion. ROC Silver Surfers, Thursday, 13th December, Dean House, 10am for a full discussion on online buying and selling plus coffee and cake (donations requested for charity). For more information, contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 or firstname.lastname@example.org