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Church Diary
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Dec-Feb 2013/14


Sunday Worship



Sunday Services - Daviot & Dunlichity Parish Church

Sun 6 Sept 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 6 Sept 15 Dunlichity 6.30pm
Sun 13 Sept 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 20 Sept 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 27 Sept 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 4 Oct 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 4 Oct 15 Dunlichity 6.30pm
Sun 11 Oct 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 18 Oct 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 25 Oct 15 Daviot 12 noon
Sun 1 Nov 15 Daviot 12 noon



Sun 6 Sept 15 Dalarossie 10.30am Holy Communion
Sun 13 Sept 15 Tomatin 10.30am Strathdearn Hall
Sun 20 Sept 15 Dalarossie 10.30am
Sun 27 Sept 15 Tomatin 10.30am
Sun 4 Oct 15 Dalarossie 10.30am
Sun 11 Oct 15 Tomatin 10.30am Strathdearn Hall
Sun 18 Oct 15 Dalarossie 10.30am
Sun 25 Oct 15 Tomatin 10.30am
Sun 1 Nov 15 Dalarossie 10.30am

All-Age-Worship
At 10.30am on the second Sunday of each month in the Strathdearn Hall when there is a Family All age Worship Service.
Further details from Mrs Sandra Edward Tel: 01808 511246.



S-Club

This meets in Daviot Hall at 12 noon, except during school holidays or when there is a Family service, for children of Primary school age P1-P7. For further information contact: Dr Russel Lees or Mrs Val Rose.



Guild

The Moy, Dalarossie & Tomatin Guild meets on the second Wednesday of the month between September and April (inclusive) at 7.30 pm in Tomatin Church, unless otherwise stated. New members from either Parish warmly welcome.
Further details from Mrs Sheila Don on 01808 511729.

Daviot and Dunlichity Guild meets usually in Daviot Church on the first Monday of the Month at 7.30pm from September to December. Then from Jan -April at 2pm at Daviot Church unless otherwise stated. New members from either Parish warmly welcome.
Further details from Mrs S Rennie.

Hospital Visitation

Please note that it is no longer possible for the Interim Moderator to obtain information about who is in hospital from lists previously held by the Hospital Chaplaincy. Unless, he is informed about people in hospital he will not know about them not and therefore will not be able to visit them.

Messy Church

Restarts on Sunday 27th September in the Strathdearn Hall from 4pm-6pm and thereafter on the last Sunday of the month(except December when we shall be meeting on the 20th). Fun, Crafts, Celebration Time and Food! Everyone is welcome - young, old, adults, children, teenagers, carers, grandparents - come as friends, families or partners, or come on your own; all-comers welcome. If you are a child you need to bring an adult with you (parents and carers join in the fun too!) Entrance free though donations welcome. Messy Church is a form of new expression of church for children and adults that involves creativity, celebration and hospitality.








Save your used stamps

Save your used stamps and support first class care In Bangladesh, families often abandon their elderly relatives when they are no longer able to earn money and with nowhere else to turn to the elderly become increasingly helpless and lonely.
The Church of Bangladesh Social development Programmes (CBSDO) runs the "Golden Jubilee Project" which provides somewhere for these golden aged people to meet, eat, receive medical care, learn new skills, and pray. To provide them with a meal costs just the price of a first class stamp.
Please support the Golden Jubilee Project by collecting used stamps. Please trim them leaving a small border. If you leave them on the table at the back of Daviot Church. I will see that they reach the World Mission Department of the Church of Scotland
In anticipation, thank you very much.



Daviot Flower Calander for 2015:


This is on the noticeboard at the back of the church. Please put your name on the list if you wish to provide flowers.




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