Notices 19th August 2012
The holidays are over for most of us and I trust many of you were able to enjoy some time of rest and relaxation.
As has become a fixture in our church calendar the final week of the school holidays is Holiday Club week and I would like to take the opportunity to thank all those who have helped in different ways. Many of the helpers and children are, of course, not with us this morning as they are participating in the Holiday Club family service at Gilcomston South.
I also want to give notice of not one but two forthcoming congregational meetings; the phrase ‘too much of a good thing’ does come to mind!
Wednesday 29th August at 7:30pm – Annual Business Meeting
Sunday 2nd September – Congregational Meeting
The second meeting is for the purpose of the Deacon’s Court bringing a proposal in relation to the church building and will take place immediately following the morning service in the large hall. More details to follow.
Can I finally remind folk that the Neighbourhood Fellowships recommence this week? If you have not participated in the past I would encourage you to do so. Just ask if you are unsure as to times and locations.
Tea and Coffee: Tea, coffee and biscuits are served downstairs in the hall after the morning and evening services. Everyone is very welcome to come downstairs and join us for this.
Ladies Book Study - Monday 20th August, 7.15 at Wilma's. We will be studying Chapter 7 and 8 (contentment and thankfulness) of The Practice of Godliness by Jerry Bridges
Congregational Outing – Saturday 8th September (2pm – 5pm) at Hillview Community Church (formerly International Baptist Church) in Cults. This will be afternoon of fun and fellowship for ALL ages!
This year we hope to have a bouncy castle, games, face painting, BBQ, a time of praise and of course our annual egg toss!
For the Senior Citizens there will be afternoon tea and scones.
We would love to see you there.
Live Sermons: The Bon Accord Sunday morning and evening services are also available live via the internet for those people who cannot come to church. You can find out more by visiting www.bafreechurch.org.uk and clicking on "Online Sermons" then "Live sermons" from the menu.
Ordering sermons: You can obtain a copy of a church sermon by doing any of the following:-
- Order a CD from the Bon Accord website by following on-line instructions
- Order a CD from the Bookstall
- Speak to Norman Buchanan or any office bearer at the door
- Download a sermon in MP3 format from the Bon Accord website for free