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  • The Church of Scotland seeks to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing and serving communities.  Most of our parishes are in Scotland, but we also have churches in England, Europe and overseas. The Church of Scotland plays a pivotal role in Scottish society and works with communities worldwide.  Church of Scotland Website
  • This link will take you to a booklet giving information on the work of  The Wellbeing Support Team.  It is operating as well as it can at the present time and is providing a service for anyone who is suffering from mild to moderate mental health need.    Wellbeing Support Team Brochure
  • Here is a link to the P&K booklet about Keeping Safe during Covid-19.  It is full of really useful information.
  • Here is a link to a leaflet to help thoes who are isolating or shielding keep active and well.   it also has advice on how to regain your fitness after illness and help on the road to recovery. Wellbeing Leaflet 19 5 20
  • We will be running this 8-week course on the Lord's Prayer starting on Wednesday 10 June at 7:30.  It is an online course and we intend to join together in a Zoom meeting, watch the sessions together - technology allowing -  and then discuss the content in groups.  Details of how to register will follow, but get this date in your diary now!  If you can't make that date, still let us know you are interested.
  • Scottish churches join together in a call for prayer on Sunday evenings. Church groups across Scotland are asking Christians once more to join together in prayer at 7pm on Sunday evening in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • The link,  Sanctuary First Daily Worship will take you to this Falkirk-based digital ministry.  It offers, amongst other things,  a diet of daily worship you may like to follow.       
  • Docherty’s Midland Coaches confirmed that they are continuing the suspension of all their local bus services for another three weeks.  The routes include Services 19, 20, 18, 45, 155 and 49/49A (Auchterarder Town Service) This will take the suspension up to Monday, 01 June 2020.  Colin Docherty has emphasised however that the situation will be kept under on-going review.  They will respond to any official advice issued by the Scottish Government regarding the operation of local bus services etc, as and when the lockdown in Scotland is relaxed.