1. We offer you a warm welcome to worship. In the Priory, tea, coffee and juice are served in the welcome area after worship. At the Isle, tea, coffee and juice are served before worship. Join us if you can.
2. Regular Weekly Activities
Sunday – Sunday School / crèche Priory 10am.
Sunday – Evening Service every Sunday, 7pm Priory.
Monday – Scripture Union Group meets Whithorn School lunchtime.
Monday – Afternoon Bible Study, – 1.30pm Priory
Wednesday – ‘Knit Wits’ Knitting group in Priory rooms, 1.30 – 3.30pm
Wednesday- Bible study and Prayer Time – The Manse 7.45pm,
Thursday – Boy’s Brigade resumes – Anchors 5.30pm, Juniors and Company 6.45pm.
Tuesday, Thursday & Friday– Faith, Hope & Charity Shop, George Street – 10am-3.30pm. (Also now open Monday 10am-12noon)
PLEASE NOTE – GLASSERTON CHURCH IS NOW RE OPENED FOR WORSHIP
3. Saturday 4th May – Monthly Prayer meeting praying for our community, Priory 7.30am.
4. Sunday 5th May – Services – Priory 10am, Glasserton church 11.30am, (Both services led by Mr Robert McQuistan) Evening Service Priory 7pm.
5. Each Monday – New venture – Weekly drop-in coffee morning, Isle Church 10am – 12 noon.
6. Tuesday 7th May – Glasserton & Isle Board meeting, Isle Church 10am. Priory Board meeting, Priory 7pm.
7. Sunday 12th May – Services – Priory 10am, Isle Church 11.30am. Evening Service, Priory 7pm.
9. Thursday 16th May – ‘The Meeting Place’ – Soup and tray bake lunch (no charge) Isle Church 12 Noon – Come along and join some good company – Need transport? Phone 500267.
10. Sunday 19th May- Family service & BB Prize giving – Priory 10am, Isle Church 11.30am, Evening Service , Priory 7pm.
11. Sunday 26th May – Services – Priory 10am, Glasserton Church 11.30 am, No Evening Service.
Hospital Visiting – A reminder that the minister no longer has access to the admissions list at the new DGRI. please contact the minister direct if you wish him to visit anyone in the new DGRI.
Library – St Ninian’s Priory – A selection of Christian books are now available in one of the ‘rooms’, Please feel free to browse and borrow. There is also a selection of books on local history available to visitors, please do not remove these.