4.30-6.30pm in the New Hall. There will be activities for children on "Jesus light of the World". For adults and young people, we will be having a fun time participating in some Classic Gameshows. Then we will come together and have some food and worship. Don't miss it.
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7.30 pm in the New Hall. Starring Sharon and Rosie, Bearsden Young Fiddlers, Graham Sherry. Tickets £7 in aid of Alzheimer Scotland, Ceartas, Carers Link.
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 third one is "I am the light" - Direction - John 8:12-30. Further details please contact the office 0141 776 1046
10am at Dean House Our topic for this week's Silver Surfers is relevant to all who check the web for information about goods, services, and offers. How can we check up on that information? Can we be sure about its veracity and it’s source? Roy from Ceartas will help us establish ways of identifying the quality of information, and enable us to make good decisions especially before we spend any money on goods or services offered on the internet. Coffee and cake as usual (all donations go to charity). For more information contact Clare Robertson, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07789425547.
between 1.30 and 3pm in the New Hall. For everyone living with Dementia and their carers. "Remembrance Centenary" an opportunity to reflect. Enjoy wartime songs with David Hunter on the piano and soloist Christine Cook.
To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War there will be some extra times of remembrance this year: 10.55 am Joint Service at Lenzie Old Parish Church The 1st Lenzie BB pipe band will play outside the church before the service Trees to mark our remembering and prayers for peace will be planted in the gardens at Lenzie Old and Lenzie Union following the service. 2pm Short Act of Remembrance at the Woodilee War Memorial 6.55pm Short Act of Remembrance outside Lenzie Old Parish Church. This will begin with the sounding of the Last Post and end at 7.05pm by joining with over 1000 churches throughout the nation with the ringing of the bell to mark the peace at the end of the First World War. The BB will also be involved in this service A short evening service in Lenzie Union New Hall will follow at 7.15pm
7.30pm in the New Hall. if you fancy a change from fireworks tonight why not come along. Jim Percival will be speaking about St Kilda.
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 second one is "I am the bread of life" - Survival - John 6:25-51. Further details please contact the office 0141 776 1046.
10am at Dean House Come along to Silver Surfers and find out all about passwords. Not so much what a password is, but HOW TO REMEMBER THEM!!! How many have you got? Are they all different? Have you written them on a scrap of paper and promptly lost it? Roy Hunter from Ceartas will show us ways of safely storing or saving that information. Margaret McCartney will be your host, and the session starts with coffee and cake. If you are new to the world of computers or have lots of internet-related questions, this is the place to come. For more information contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 or email@example.com
7pm in the New Hall. Young entertainers are invited to take part. Singers, dancers, musicians, actors get in touch with Drena on firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to take part on this evening. There will be a rehearsal in the New Hall on 25th October. We hope you will join us to provide an appreciative audience for Lenzie’s young performers. Tickets cost £3.