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Last Saturday still feeling a little bleary eyed, we had an early start to meet Tim at 7 am outside Tesco as three of us missed Tim’s two earlier expeditions. Equipped with binoculars we ventured along beside the River Allander through Lennox Park and then continued in the direction towards… read more >>

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The craft group welcomed new faces on Saturday, who visited the hall to observe and sample our activities as part of Milngavie Week’s Dorcas open day. The church itself was also open as a quiet space, with areas set up for prayer and reflection.

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As a Milngavie Week event, a number of our congregation were privileged to be present as well as helping with the organisation of the premier film showing of the stage play adaptation of Euripides’ The Trojan Women in Douglas Academy last week. After the film there was a question and… read more >>

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The annual Milngavie Churches Flower Festival on Friday and Saturday at St. Andrew’s raised £466 for Water Aid. This event has now been run for 14 years and we thank all who came along to see the beautiful, varied and imaginative arrangements provided by the Milngavie churches. On Saturday we… read more >>

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Happily prayers were answered and the rain that was forecast turned to sunny spells last Saturday when folk gathered for a summer tea hosted by Andrea and Stephen. There was a delicious spread of scones, strawberries, cream and other mouth watering sandwiches & home baking.          … read more >>

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Whitchester Christian Centre was a lovely, welcoming and relaxed venue for our church weekend away. Eighteen of us gathered there including Andrea’s dogs, Claude, Trixie and Ted. The sun was shining on our arrival and we enjoyed tea and home baking outside with wonderful views of the surrounding hills. We… read more >>

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Andrea is now President of the Milngavie Choir for this year & St Andrew’s hosted the two May concerts which were very much enjoyed by both audience and choir. We were delighted that Sunday afternoon’s concert was a sell out! There was a relaxed atmosphere during which the choir sang… read more >>

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Melting wax crayons onto hot stones is a mesmerising activity and it didn’t matter if we didn’t like the result as the process was so absorbing and meditative. As it happened the results were pretty good with marbling effects, flowers and abstract designs created. No participant was burnt which was… read more >>

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The Soup Lunch in support of Christian Aid was held in St Andrew’s church hall on 11 May. Always a popular event, almost 30 people gathered to savour 5 different soups prepared by members of the congregation and friends, including Roasted Red Pepper, Curried Chicken (with rice and green beans),… read more >>

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St Andrew’s participated in the Milngavie’s Healthy Habits event, by providing a ‘Quiet Space’. Having an opportunity to take time out for quiet reflection amidst a busy & active life style is a valuable contribution to health and wellbeing. Objects and words were on display to help guide thoughts/prayers &… read more >>