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Kirk Sevice for this Sunday and News

Sunday 19th January 2020

Morning Worship, Dirleton Kirk
9.30am (to 10.20am)
The Sunday Club for children meets together with adults in the Church, then in the hall after the children’s talk
Praise is from the Church Hymnary, 4th Edition (CH4)

Scripture: Mark 4:1-20 read by Neil Walkingshaw
CH4 509 Jesus calls us o’er the tumult
CH4 158 God moves in a mysterious way
CH4 187 There’s a wideness in God’s mercy

Followed by tea & coffee in the Kirk hall

CHURCH DIARY
Today
6.00pm Alpha Course in Abbey halls
Monday
1.00 – 3.00pm Scone Café (Community Connections) in Abbey small hall
2.00 -3.15 WALT in Abbey large hall
Wednesday
10am (until 10.30), Dirleton Prayer Service in Dirleton Kirk hall, followed by coffee
Thursday
10.00 – 11.30am Little Nippers in Abbey large hall
Saturday
9.00 – 10.30am Christian Fellowship Breakfast in Abbey small hall

Next Sunday – 26th January
We welcome Jacqueline Waugh

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Service will be hosted by St Baldred’s on behalf of the Association of Churches at 6pm on the 19th January which will be a choral evensong with a unity theme. Please plan to come if you can.
WALT (Women Are Learning Together) will have it’s first meeting of 2020 on the 20th January. We will look at Anna from Luke chapter2, verses 21-40. Hot drinks served from 2.00pm and we aim to start at 2.15pm.
North Berwick Group Scouts are having an Information Event on Monday, 27th January, 7.30 -8.30pm in the North Berwick Scout Hall. They ae looking for new adult volunteers to support the existing leaders and team. Please have a look at the posters for more information.
Projectionists urgently needed to help the team at Abbey on a Sunday. Full training giving. Please speak to Andrew ASAP.

ABBEY CHURCH 2020s VISION

As a body of Christ’s believers, we have a vision of:
• Growing in faith, in our prayer life and in our confidence in sharing the good news of the Gospel
• Growing in number in every aspect of our ministry

Every aspect of our church life should recognise this. We know that in our local area there are many opportunities for people of all different ages to gather together in community, age and interest-based groups. But we want to offer them the chance to experience the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit in what they do at Abbey Church.