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As a result of the Tier 4 restrictions on the number
permitted to attend worship, there will be no service of worship in church this coming Sunday, 29th November..
Unfortunately, this will also be the position on
The recorded service however will be available each week as normal and the associated links will be posted on this page.
The Foodbank collection will also continue as normal on Sundays between 10am and 2pm at the church halls.
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Click on logo for list of past items and HERE for today's song.
Enjoy scenes of
along with some of
Burns favourite tunes,
PRAYER OF THE MONTH
"They shall grow not old
As we who are left grow old
Age shall not weary them
Nor the years condemn
At the going down of the sun
And in the morning,
we will remember them “
On this Remembrance Season we come in gratitude –
For all who have died that we might live
For all who have endured pain that we might know joy
For all who suffered imprisonment that we might know freedom
Turn our feelings into determination
And our determination into deeds,
That as men and women died for peace,
We may, in our day, live and strive for peace,
Through Jesus Christ our Lord
The very prince of Peace. Amen.
Alloway Parish Church now has telephone number where the readings, reflection and prayer from the Sunday online service can be heard. The service will be updated weekly by Sunday evening.
Calls charged at local network rates.
South Ayrshire Food Bank
A big thank you to everyone who supported the food bank on Sunday. Once again we were pleased to receive so many generous donations which will go to the most needy.
Hope to see you again next Sunday when the food bank will be open from 10am to 2pm outside Alloway Church hall.
All coronavirus protocols preserved.
May I offer you, through our website, a warm welcome to Alloway Parish Church.
Ordinarily I would be sharing with you a little history of the village, best known as the birthplace of Robert Burns – Scotland’s national poet.
I would be sharing with you the lively life and witness of the open and welcoming Church family. However we live in extraordinary times.
On 11th March 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the corona virus to be a global pandemic. Physical isolation and distance are now the key words of our society,
Spiritually, we still seek to promote a sense of spiritual well being and fellowship
At a time when much is changing in our world we hope to share in all we do the changeless gospel heritage. A little faith. A little hope. A little love
Keep safe and remember!
“The Church is wherever God's people are praising,
knowing they're wanted and loved by their Lord.
The Church is wherever Christ's followers are trying
to live and to share out the good news of God.
Rev Neil McNaught
“Good is stronger than evil; love is stronger than hate;
Light is stronger than darkness; life is stronger than death.
Victory is ours, through him who loves us.”
Christmas Shoebox Appeal 2020
A few empty wrapped shoeboxes are available for you to uplift from the halls during the Foodbank drop off times (Sunday 10am - 2pm).
Filled shoeboxes should be returned by no later than Sunday 15th November.
If anyone has any empty shoeboxes, please can they let us have them as they are on very short supply this year. These can also be dropped off in the halls. Alternatively we can arrange to collect them if that’s more convenient. Please call Lynda/Steve on 07952685505.
Here is a little minute long video which explains what it’s all about:
Thank you for visiting our website.
We trust at this challenging time you will find
His Peace and Blessing.
8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things. And the God of peace will be with you.