For those who missed this week’s service, here are the intimations, with some updates where necessary.
Sunday 19th January, 11am at St James Goldenacre
Ecumenical Joint Service
Kidz@Wardie will still meet at 10.30 to 11.30am at Wardie. All children are welcome. If grown-ups are heading to the joint service, please let Mo know so arrangements can be made for the later finish.
Network will start back this Sunday, 19th January
Lost Property We have a lot of items in the corridor next to the Green Room, please can you have a look if anything belongs to you as remaining items will be donated to charity at the end of January.
Office The office will be closed on Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th January.
Electoral Register. As we go through the process of seeking a new minister there will be occasions when church members will be asked to vote. If you are not yet a member and wish to participate please speak to Heather McHaffie or ask at the office for a form. Applications should be received by Sunday the 26th January.
Wardie Ladies Drinks Beating the January blues! Thursday 16th January 2020 from 8pm at Herringbone. Everyone welcome to come along for drinks and a natter.
Kidz@Wardie will continue at Wardie as usual on the 19th January. Network will start back on Sunday 19th January.
Guild Henry VIII and his 6 Wives (as told by Henry) with Roy Johnstone. Wednesday 22nd January at 10.15am in the New Hall.
Reflective prayer house group Next meeting will be Thursday 23rd January 7pm in the Green Room, all welcome. For more information speak to Lynn Mackenzie, Cathy Ballantine, Lynne Liddall.
Saturday Youth Club 25th January 5-7pm. Ages 10-13. For more information contact Mo- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Souper Sunday 26th January All welcome for a soup lunch after the morning service. Come and share lunch with everyone.
Retiral collection on Sunday 26th January for Fresh Start.
Open Door Monday 27 January, 7.30pm, New Hall: John and Christine Hodge: Israel Palestine with Very Rev Andrew McLennan. All welcome.
Wardie Walkers – Portobello, Figgate Park and Duddingston (relatively flat walk) Wednesday 29th January at 10.00am Meet at Clark Road cycle path entrance at 10am for bus. Bring warm waterproof clothes, stout shoe. Packed Lunch optional. Contact Douglas and Linda Coghill 0131 552 469 or 07414559617.
Sporting Conversations Thursday 6th February at 7.30pm, Wardie Parish Church. In conversation with Stewart Weir – Stewart is a former sports reporter at the Evening Times and Head of Sport at the Herald & Times Group Stewart is the co-author of ‘My Name’5 Doddie’, ‘The world according to Doddie’ and the author of ‘100 great Scottish rugby moments’. He is a regular on talkSPORT. Come and hear Stewart in conversation with Paul Mitchell. There is a sign-up sheet on the table in the hall at coffee time as we are trying to get an idea of audience size so we can use the correct space in the church.