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1st February 2009

Today:  Optional communion after the Service.
Book Stall is open over in the hall.

Next Sunday:  Next Sunday the Sunday School Children are having Islay and Guinness from Therapets to visit them.

Elders:  The Kirk Session meets tomorrow evening at 7.30pm in the Lang Hall.

Trinity:  Would Committee/Organisation Secretaries please note that all contributions for inclusion in the next issue of Trinity Magazine should be in the hands of the editor by 1st February.

Enquirer’s Meeting:  Will be held in the Heritage Room on Sunday 8th February at 7pm.  Open to anyone who wants to learn more about Church membership, whether or not they intend to join.  For more information please speak to the Minister on 0141 887 0884 or telephone the Church office on 0141 887 4647.

Trinity Lunch Club meets on Wednesday 11th February when Mr Graeme Last will tell us about some of the work of the Mission Aviation Fellowship.  All welcome.  If you wish lunch at 12.30pm in the Main Hall of the WYND CENTRE, please add your name to the sheet in the vestibule, even if you are a regular attender.  This helps with catering arrangements.

Sound Rota:  Additional volunteers are urgently required to help work the sound system on Sunday mornings.  The more people we have the less Sundays each person has to do.  Training will be given, please note that the sound desk is  no where near as complicated as it looks.  If anyone is interested please speak to John Steel (0141 887 0884).

Wynd Centre Coffee Shop is currently short of volunteers for Wednesday and Thursday afternoons and for Friday morning and afternoon.  If you can assist in any way please see John Stewart or phone the office on 0141 887 4647.

Forthcoming Concert:  Wednesday 25th February in Oakshaw Trinity Church, PACT are sponsoring a concert by the Hamilton Caledonia Bowling Club Male Voice Choir.  All proceeds going to the charity, Country Holidays for Inner City Kids (CHICKS) which provides free holidays for disadvantaged children from all parts of the UK.  Tickets £5 from Jim McDougall and Sheena Young.

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