What's On This Week
Sunday 29 January
10.30am - Morning Worship
10.30am - Sunday School
Tea and coffee following the service in the Fellowship Lounge.
Plant and Home Produce Stall: A big thank you to everyone who supported the stall last week either by bringing or buying. The sum of £170 was raised for the Foodbank which will be a big help.
Tuesday 31 January
9.45 - 11.15am - Parent and Toddlers
7.00pm - A study entitled 'The Grace Of Les Misérables' will begin on Wednesday 15th February (details in church magazine). We are looking for volunteers who would be willing to lead small group discussions during the study, and others to assist with providing hospitality. If you would be willing to help out in either way, please attend this preparatory meeting. Contact Rev. David for further information.
Wednesday 1 February
10.30am - Coffee and Chat in the Fellowship Lounge.
Thursday 2 February
10.30am - Quiet Time of Prayer in the Fellowship Lounge.
12.00 - 1.30pm - Leisurely Lunch. The menu will have a Burns theme and details are on this page and in the January newsletter. We look forward to your company.
Friday 3 February
9.45 - 11.15am - Parent and Toddlers.
1.30pm - Ladies Carpet Bowling in the Small Hall. If any lady would like to try carpet bowling, please come along on Friday.
Saturday 4 February
Social Committee are holding a Family Beetle Drive on Saturday 4th February in the church halls. 6.45 for 7.00pm start. Cost £2 per adult, children free. An evening of family fun.
Sunday 5 February
10.30am - Officer Bearers Service
10.30am - Sunday School
Tea and Coffee in the Church Halls following the service.
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Church Services currently take place at 10.30am.
Following changes to the Covid restrictions, there is no longer an enforced capacity on attendance and masks are no longer legally required to be worn but left to your discretion. Assistance will be provided on any seating arrangements.
Our organists, Stephen Bradley and Alan Richmond play in Church and Karin Stewart and Stephen regularly enhance worship with their singing.
Our weekly online service can be found on the Church website – www.allowaychurch.org, on the Alloway Parish Church Facebook page ,or on our YouTube channel.