Notices 12th November 2017

 

Diary

 

Sunday 12th November

11am

Bon Accord

Communion service

Iver Martin

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

Iver Martin

Sunday

5.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Prayer meeting

 

Sunday

7.30pm

Bon Accord

Tea and fellowship

 

Wednesday

Various times

Various locations – see newsletter

Neighbourhood fellowships

 

Thursday

12.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Lunch club

 

Thursday

Various times

Various locations – see newsletter

Neighbourhood fellowships

 

Friday

9.30am

Bon Accord

Little Lambs

 

Friday

TBC

Trampoling

Teens

 

Sunday 19th November

11am

Bon Accord

Morning worship

David MacPherson

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

David MacPherson

 

Creche and activities for children under 7 will be held during the morning service. Tea and coffee will be served after the morning service. After the evening service we will have a light supper followed by a time of fellowship with Iver Martin

 

We warmly welcome Iver Martin to our pulpit this weekend. Iver is a previous minister of Bon Accord and is currently principal of Edinburgh Theological Seminary

 

Bon Accord Walk: We plan to do an afternoon walk followed by coffee on Tuesday  21 November. The start point will be Milton of Crathes car park leaving there at 1.30pm. If you need a lift or more details please speak to Wilma, Isobel or Stephen. If the weather is not suitable for walking we will meet and have a cup of coffee and chat. We would like to make this a regular event, so even if you can't manage the 21st but would like to join us for future walks please come and speak to one of us. If you have any ideas, suggestions please let us know. It is a good opportunity to get exercise, enjoy the countryside and get to know each other better!! 


Cords and Student hospitality: We have two schemes which link students and young workers with other members of the congregation; 

Cords: The idea of this scheme is fairly straightforward; two students are allocated to an older member of the congregation, and the idea is that the trio meet on a regular basis for prayer, discipleship, mentoring and friendship.  Your participation is encouraged!  

Student Hospitality: The premise of this is also simple;  a group of students is allocated to willing host families and individuals within the congregation, and the idea is that the hosts invite the students in question to their home for a meal at least once a term.  

If you're able and willing to care for and help students and young workers through either or both Cords and Hospitality (which we hope you are) please contact Donald or Anne Smith. 

 

Foodbank - Tesco National Collection: The Tesco national collection is to take place from Thursday 30 Nov to Saturday 2 Dec.  We will be covering the Tesco Danestone store.  If you can spare an hour or two on any of these dates then please speak to Anne Smith or Gordon Ferguson. It basically involves handing out leaflets and receiving any donations. Thanks in advance.

 

 

Glorious 2018: Leaflets about the Glorious conference for women are available now on the table at the door. This will be held in February. Tickets are available from Aberdeen box office.

Notices 5th November 2017

 

Diary

 

Sunday 5th November

11am

Bon Accord

Morning worship

David MacPherson

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

David MacPherson

Sunday

5.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Prayer meeting

 

Wednesday

10.00am

Bon Accord small hall

Ladies Bible study

 

Wednesday

7.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Midweek meeting

 

Friday

9.30am

Bon Accord

Little Lambs

 

Friday

7.30pm

Bon Accord

Pre-communion service

Iver Martin

Saturday

7.30pm

Bon Accord

Pre-communion service

Iver Martin

Sunday 12th November

11am

Bon Accord

Communion service

Iver Martin

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

Iver Martin

 

Creche, Sunday school and Bilble class will be held during the morning service. Tea and coffee will be served after both services.

 

Cords and Student hospitality: We have two schemes which link students and young workers with other members of the congregation; 

Cords: The idea of this scheme is fairly straightforward; two students are allocated to an older member of the congregation, and the idea is that the trio meet on a regular basis for prayer, discipleship, mentoring and friendship.  Your participation is encouraged!  

Student Hospitality: The premise of this is also simple;  a group of students is allocated to willing host families and individuals within the congregation, and the idea is that the hosts invite the students in question to their home for a meal at least once a term.  

If you're able and willing to care for and help students and young workers through either or both Cords and Hospitality (which we hope you are) please contact Donald or Anne Smith. 

 

Ladies Bible Study: The ladies Bible study will be held at 10am on Wednesday 8 November in the small hall. We will begin our new book “Prayers of the Old Testament”. All ladies are welcome. Foe more details speak to Anne Smith

 

November Communion:  We look forward to welcoming the Rev. Iver Martin, Principal of Edinburgh Theological Seminary, as our guest preacher over our Communion weekend (10th to 12th November). The communion weekend is an appropriate occasion for folks to become members of the congregation be that by profession of faith or by transfer from another congregation. If you would like to become a member of the congregation or would like to know a little bit more of what this involves or means please speak to or e-mail David (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)'.

 

Foodbank - Tesco National Collection: The Tesco national collection is to take place from Thursday 30 Nov to Saturday 2 Dec.  We will be covering the Tesco Danestone store.  If you can spare an hour or two on any of these dates then please speak to Anne Smith or Gordon Ferguson. It basically involves handing out leaflets and receiving any donations. Thanks in advance.

 

Blythswood Shoeboxes: Wrapped shoeboxes are now available in the Foyer Café for anyone who would like to take one (leaflets with all the details and item checklists are available on the entrance table). Please consider filling a box or donating some items and bringing some joy to someone less fortunate this Christmas. Filled boxes should be returned on Sunday 5thNovember

 

 

Glorious 2018: Leaflets about the Glorious conference for women are available now on the table at the door. This will be held in February. Tickets are available from Aberdeen box office.

Notices 22nd October 2017

 

Diary

 

Sunday 22nd    October

11am

Bon Accord

Morning worship

David MacPherson

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

David MacPherson

Sunday

5.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Prayer meeting

 

Wednesday

7.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Midweek meeting

 

Sunday 29th  October

11am

Bon Accord

Morning worship

David MacPherson

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

David MacPherson

 

Creche, and activities for under 7’s will be held during the morning service. Tea and coffee will be served after both services.

 

There will be no Sunday school or Little Lambs this week as it is the school holidays.

 

Cords and Student hospitality: We have two schemes which link students and young workers with other members of the congregation; 

Cords: The idea of this scheme is fairly straightforward; two students are allocated to an older member of the congregation, and the idea is that the trio meet on a regular basis for prayer, discipleship, mentoring and friendship.  Your participation is encouraged!  

Student Hospitality: The premise of this is also simple;  a group of students is allocated to willing host families and individuals within the congregation, and the idea is that the hosts invite the students in question to their home for a meal at least once a term.  

If you're able and willing to care for and help students and young workers through either or both Cords and Hospitality (which we hope you are) please contact Donald or Anne Smith. 

 

Student and Teens Weekend: This year the “weekend away” for teens and students will be held in Bon Accord! It will take place on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 November. Further details will follow but please keep these days free in your diary.

 

Why the reformation still matters: Celebrating 500 years of the protestant reformation. This meeting will be held on Tuesday 31 October at 7.30pm in Bon Accord. The speaker will be Dr. David Gibson from Trinity church. Flyers advertising this meeting are available.

 

November Communion:  We look forward to welcoming the Rev. Iver Martin, Principal of Edinburgh Theological Seminary, as our guest preacher over our Communion weekend (10th to 12th November). The communion weekend is an appropriate occasion for folks to become members of the congregation be that by profession of faith or by transfer from another congregation. If you would like to become a member of the congregation or would like to know a little bit more of what this involves or means please speak to or e-mail David (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

 

AIM prayer meeting: A prayer meeting for the work of AIM (the mission which Emma Tidey is hoping to work with) is held monthly in Aberdeen . This is at the home of Mike and Alison Strudwick. The next meeting will be on Monday 30th October at 7.30pm. Anyone with an interest in this work is welcome. If you wish to go further contact details for the Strudwick’s can be had from Isobel Morison.

 

Food Bank:  We are once again providing a foodbank service from Bon Accord, operating as part of the Aberdeen North Foodbank coordinated by Kings Fellowship Church .   The first distribution of food was held on Wednesday afternoon, giving the opportunity to help and as appropriate share the gospel with four neighbours.    

To build up the stock of food donations of non-perishable foods and toiletries would be appreciated, including long-life milk and diluting juice.

A stock of food is held at a central store (currently at Cockers on Lang Stracht) and anyone with a  spare hour or two and willing to help organise the warehouse would be much appreciated.  If you can help with this please let either Anne Smith or Gordon Ferguson know.   

 

Blythswood Shoeboxes: Wrapped shoeboxes are now available in the Foyer Café for anyone who would like to take one (leaflets with all the details and item checklists are available on the entrance table). Please consider filling a box or donating some items and bringing some joy to someone less fortunate this Christmas. Filled boxes should be returned on Sunday 29th October or Sunday 5thNovember

 

Scottish Reformation Society Meetings: Scottish Reformation Society public talks will be held in Craigiebuckler Church Hall, Springfield Road , Aberdeen at 7.30 p.m.

 

Friday 27 October 2017  "Scottish Reformers before 1560" Rev. Douglas Somerset

Friday 24 November 2017 "The Disruption of 1843 in Aberdeen : some personalities" John Smith

In March and April we will be having Revs John Keddie and John MacLeod.

Diary

 

Sunday 29th    October

11am

Bon Accord

Morning worship

David MacPherson

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

David MacPherson

Sunday

5.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Prayer meeting

 

Monday

7.30pm

Ladies book Study

Linda’s home

 

Tuesday

7.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Reformation meeting

 

Thursday

12.30pm

Bon Accord small hall

Lunch club

 

Friday

9.30am

Bon Accord

Little Lambs

 

Friday

6.30pm

Stewart’s home

Bonfire night

 

Sunday 5th November

11am

Bon Accord

Morning worship

David MacPherson

 

6.00pm

Bon Accord

Evening worship

David MacPherson

 

Creche, Sunday school and Bilble class will be held during the morning service. Tea and coffee will be served after both services.

 

Joint service with Gilcomston: This evening’s service will be a joint service with Gilcomston. This will be held in Bon Accord.

 

Ladies Book Study: We will meet at Linda's home on 30 October at 7.30pm to study lesson 8 (chapter 11) of the book 'The Pursuit of Holiness' by Jerry Bridges. If anyone would like more details please speak to Wilma.

 

Lunch club for over 55’s: Lunch club will be held this week on Thursday 2 November at 12.30pm.

 

November Newsletter: Please send any items for the November 2017 issue of the Bon Accord newsletter to Julie Inglis by Monday 30 October. 

 

Cords and Student hospitality: We have two schemes which link students and young workers with other members of the congregation; 

Cords: The idea of this scheme is fairly straightforward; two students are allocated to an older member of the congregation, and the idea is that the trio meet on a regular basis for prayer, discipleship, mentoring and friendship.  Your participation is encouraged!  

Student Hospitality: The premise of this is also simple;  a group of students is allocated to willing host families and individuals within the congregation, and the idea is that the hosts invite the students in question to their home for a meal at least once a term.  

If you're able and willing to care for and help students and young workers through either or both Cords and Hospitality (which we hope you are) please contact Donald or Anne Smith. 

 

Student and Teens Weekend: This year the “weekend away” for teens and students will be held in Bon Accord! It will take place on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 November. Further details will follow but please keep these days free in your diary.

 

Why the reformation still matters: Celebrating 500 years of the protestant reformation. This meeting will be held on Tuesday 31 October at 7.30pm in Bon Accord. The speaker will be Dr. David Gibson from Trinity church. Flyers advertising this meeting are available.

 

Bonfire and Fireworks Night: All are invited to Upper Burnhaugh, Netherley this Friday 3rd November for Bonfire Night. The bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm with pulled pork buns and salad served shortly after that. Fireworks will go off around 8pm. The weather forecast currently looks good but if this changes and it rains or the wind is too strong (or blowing in the direction of the house) we will attempt again on Saturday evening. 
Please let us know if you intend coming along. Wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear and for kids wanting to hold a sparkler, please bring gloves. The bonfire area will be cordoned off but we would ask that young children are supervised by parents at all times during the evening. 

 

November Communion:  We look forward to welcoming the Rev. Iver Martin, Principal of Edinburgh Theological Seminary, as our guest preacher over our Communion weekend (10th to 12th November). The communion weekend is an appropriate occasion for folks to become members of the congregation be that by profession of faith or by transfer from another congregation. If you would like to become a member of the congregation or would like to know a little bit more of what this involves or means please speak to or e-mail David (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)'.

 

AIM prayer meeting: A prayer meeting for the work of AIM (the mission which Emma Tidey is hoping to work with) is held monthly in Aberdeen. This is at the home of Mike and Alison Strudwick. The next meeting will be on Monday 30th October at 7.30pm. Anyone with an interest in this work is welcome. If you wish to go further contact details for the Strudwick’s can be had from Isobel Morison.

 

Food Bank:  We are once again providing a foodbank service from Bon Accord, operating as part of the Aberdeen North Foodbank coordinated by Kings Fellowship Church.  To build up the stock of food donations of non-perishable foods and toiletries would be appreciated, including long-life milk and diluting juice.

A stock of food is held at a central store (currently at Cockers on Lang Stracht) and anyone with a  spare hour or two and willing to help organise the warehouse would be much appreciated.  If you can help with this please let either Anne Smith or Gordon Ferguson know.   

 

 

Blythswood Shoeboxes: Wrapped shoeboxes are now available in the Foyer Café for anyone who would like to take one (leaflets with all the details and item checklists are available on the entrance table). Please consider filling a box or donating some items and bringing some joy to someone less fortunate this Christmas. Filled boxes should be returned on Sunday 29th October or Sunday 5thNovember

 
 
Green, Allan