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  • We had a great time at our 'Be all you can be!' Messy Church on Sunday 09 June. We had some returning families and some new families which is great! We played games, saw a video and had an aerobic warm-up that everyone joined in - including the mums and dads! Lots of fun was had by all, as you will see by the photos below. Everyone who took part got a gold medal and the winning tam were awarded a healthy snack for their efforts! Our next Messy Church will be on Sunday 01 September 2019.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Breakfast before the 10:30 service will stop for the summer from now until the new school term begins. There will still be the usual coffee hour after the service, so please come along to that and catch up with friends - or make some new ones!
  • We held a great 'Big Brekkie 2019' on Saturday 12 May and and raised over £725 pounds for this wonderful charity. Thanks to everyone who helped in any way to make this possible. Have a look at some of the photos below to get a 'flavour' of our breakfast treats!
  • Breakfast Plus continues from 1005-1020 on Sunday mornings in the Centre. We have a number of new leaders this term. Sandra Miller stepped forward today and on 1 October Sheila Ferguson-Smith and Lynn Gourlay will take the lead for the first time with “Art in the Community”. Between now and then, on 24 September we welcome back Stewart Robertson on the topic of “Family Matters”. Breakfast Plus has become an integral part of Sundays during term time and we’d love to welcome you along.
  • Breakfast Plus is underway for the new term and takes place from 1005-1020 on a Sunday morning in the Centre. Over the next two weeks our leaders will be Rev. Rob Barlow on 3 September and then Brett Davidge on 10 September. Please come along and why not bring a friend too!
  • Breakfast Plus is back next week, 27 August. For those of you who have not been before, please be aware that Breakfast Plus takes place from 1005-1020 on a Sunday morning in the Centre and provides a range of engaging food for thought in a relaxed environment. We have four new contributors to our wide and varied team and so you really should find something of interest to you in our new programme. Everyone is welcome, so please come along next Sunday when Ian Gourlay will provide an overview of the term to come.
  • Breakfast Plus this week, 28 May ,will be led by Stewart Robertson, when we will be joined by visitors from our friends across the Ochils at Kinross Parish Church. On 4 June Brett Davidge will be taking the lead for us. As always, all are welcome, so please come and join us.