Ardchattan Parish News

'Logos' meeting with a difference..
17 November 2015

On Tuesday 17th November, the LOGOS group were delighted to welcome Jim Barr to our meeting. We all enjoyed a delicious meal and fellowship before the meeting began.           

The meeting took quite a different format to our normal meetings, in that it was much more a time of teaching and learning than of discussion.

Jim’s theme for the evening focussed very much on how God wanted to heal the fracture in our relationship with Him and it was only through Jesus that could be done. 

It was enlightening and enjoyed by us all.

Hall & St. Modan's 'Big Clean'..
07 November 2015

Many thanks to the dozen or so folk who came along on 'Big Clean' Saturday and helped with the numerous tasks which needed to be undertaken in our buildings.


The many hands and happy faces certainly made the work lighter.

Quiz Night..
24 October 2015

An excellent supper and quiz night were greatly enjoyed by those who were able to attend our family 'Stewardship Event' in the North Connel Hall on Saturday evening.


The wide range of questions provided by Allison for the Quiz caused much debate among members of the five teams who took part. So much so that we forgot to take any photos of that part of the evening, sorry!

Many thanks to all who gave of their time to organise the evening, to prepare the food and to go along and share time together.

October, our 'stewardship month'..
08 October 2015

In our Parish we use the month of October to focus on the gifts of time, talent and treasure in a three year cycle. This year we return to the gift of time.      


There is a display in the church hall of pictures of people giving and sharing their time in service to God, the Church and our local community throughout the year. More photos hopefully to be added!

Tuesday evening discussion groups in the church hall relating to the stewardship of time are ongoing, friendly and challenging.

Harvest decoration of Ardchattan Kirk..
02 October 2015

Many hands made lighter work at Ardchattan Kirk on 'Harvest Saturday' to deck the church with arrangements of flowers and berries, fruit and vegetables. Thanks to everyone who contributed their produce, time and talent in many ways to make it look so beautiful.

Our little 'eco-tree' on the other side of the Ben was able to contribute some of its plums to the proceedings this year too! 


Harvest Soup Lunch..
20 September 2015

Do Join Us!

'Starting up' again!..
07 September 2015

Club nan Caraidean is to hold its first meeting of the new season on Wednesday 23rd September.


  Badminton for youngsters also starts again on 23rd September, in the Victory Hall. (see 'GROUPS' for futher details).

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