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Last Thursday the fellowship enjoyed another trip to Killearn for lunch at The Three Sisters Bake in its beautiful setting with great views across the surrounding countryside. Over lunch, Peter told us some village news, including that fact that the spectacular view has made the Three Sisters Bake and hall… read more >>

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Along with the poppies in church, we displayed the memorial altar cross, given in memory of ‘Lieutenant Robert Wallace Lees 2nd Bn. KOSB killed in action on Sunday 3 September 1916’. After our own Service of Remembrance in St Andrew’s, we joined the many from churches & the local community… read more >>

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There was a good atmosphere at the coffee morning last Saturday with a buzz of laughter & chat as people enjoyed tea/coffee and delicious baking. Stalls were filled with crafts including creations from our Dorcas group, books, baking and bric-a-brac where there were bargains a plenty! Thank you to all… read more >>

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This Sunday our service will end a little earlier than usual so that those who wish to join the other Milngavie churches and the local community for a combined Act of Remembrance, will be able to get there for the start.

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Our small choir has begun rehearsing for a service on 25th November to celebrate the Kingship of Christ, using a new Royal School of Church Music Festival Service book. Thank you to our friends who are providing extra voices and to Hugh Macdonald for his musical direction.

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Coffee, tea, cake and biscuits set us up for our AGM after our morning service. In the Rector’s report Andrea reported on the life of St Andrew’s over the past year, which has been full with many events and activities both social and spiritual, including participation in a number of Milngavie… read more >>

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On Saturday 15th September, we had an enjoyable, relaxing time creating dementia muffs, both knitted and also out of material. These muffs are often found to have a calming effect on a person suffering from dementia who likes to fiddle with something, as well as helping hands to feel warm… read more >>

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The rainy weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the eighteen folk gathered for the Quiet Afternoon last Sunday in the beautiful surroundings of Schoenstatt. With the shelter of umbrellas & macs, twelve of the group had a wet walk through the forest & all gathered  together afterwards for a time… read more >>