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PRESBYTERY ON-LINE UPDATE

Presbytery Events Calendar: www.aberdeenpresbytery.org.uk/events.html

 

Contact address: events@aberdeenpresbytery.org.uk


Friends of Seaton Park will be hosting a talk about the Green Flag Scheme in the Dunbar Street Hall on Tuesday 25th November at 7.30pm.  There will be refreshments and a raffle.  Entry is free and donations will be welcome.  


Old Aberdeen Heritage Society Christmas event at the Dunbar Street Hall on Sunday 7th December at 2.30. An entertaining talk on the History of Aberdeen cinemas will be given by Barney Crocket.


The Christmas Traidcraft Catalogue is now on the stall. If anyone would like to order goods, please leave your order form at the shop or contact Alexis Darg, on 01224 708191.


The Acclamations Christmas Concert takes place on Sunday 7th December at 3pm at Craigiebuckler Church with guest soloist Alison Macdonald. Tickets £5 with proceeds to the Ebola Relief Fund.


Christmas Hospitality: have you thought of inviting an international student to your home at some time over the Christmas period?  Many find this a lonely time, so far away from home.  If you would like to consider this further, check out the website of Host UK at www.hostuk.org or contact Joyce Swan, the Aberdeen staff  member of Friends International at

joyce.swan@friendsinternational.org.uk


Thanks!


Harvest

Thank you so much to those who gave gifts of food and money this year. The numerous food donations were delivered to St Mary’s Cathedral, Huntly Street and the £230 donated was used to augment the food gifts.  We have made a difference to some people who struggle to survive in our city. Thank you again on their behalf.

Retiring Collection

Warmest thanks are extended to all who contributed to the retiring offering following the October Communion service. This raised the fine sum of £405, and will enable us to support 4 homeless persons, on being allocated a house, with a starter pack of essential household items.