Burns Night was celebrated in grand style and with great enthusiasm at our church this year, as always.
Some more photos from our popular Burns Night Supper, which this year was attended by our interim moderator, Revd Iain Stewart, and his wife. Our catering team provided the traditional meal of haggis, neeps and tatties, which was followed by dessert.
Our Burns Night celebration concluded with some energetic dancing under the direction of Liz McCune who, with her husband Colin, coordinated the evening.
The latest version of the Quarterly Update – the United Reformed Church’s electronic newsletter – has just been issued. It contains news, views and diary dates, and is essential reading for keeping up to date with what is going on in the URC. In the current edition, the Revd Roberta Rominger, general secretary of the […]
A January day: the sky was loud With boisterous wind, chequered by tumbling cloud But yet, beneath our feet, the earth’s asleep, Dreaming of February; roots that creep, Seeking for moisture, snowdrops seeking light, The golden crocus and the aconite, And then, in March, on every vale and hill, The clustering primrose and the daffodil; […]
Our Scratch Nativity, produced by Jill Worship and Grace Bagshaw, was very popular and great fun. It was greatly enjoyed by everyone, young and old.
Each week during Advent the children hung special decorations they had made on the Jesse tree. At our Christmas Day service, Revd Jill Thornton invited the children to add their final touches.