Lochaline Messy Church | Messy Church – 4th Sunday of every month
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The congregations of Strontian, Ardgour and Morvern enjoy good relationships with neighbouring parishes and ecumenical partners. During the week of prayer for Christian Unity there is an opportunity to gather together for worship and fellowship – Monday 21st January
Details at: peninsulachurches.wordpress.com
Sorry, the coffee and Conversation planned for 20th has been cancelled…
Bubblegum ‘n’ fluff is a Christmas Themed activity which Fiona Ogg, Emily Kittle and I were doing at Kilchoan and Acharacle schools yesterday, Lochaline on Thursday and Strontian and Ardgour Primaries next Tuesday. Among other things… Children expressed on paper candles some of their hopes for this Christmas time…
Last Sunday we lit the first Advent Candle – a Candle for Hope. On Sunday 9th we light the 2nd – a Candle for peace. We pray for peace where there is war and hatred, we pray for peace where there is misunderstanding and hurt, we pray for peace in our communities, our families and in our own hearts. You will be warmly welcome at any of the churches on Sunday. 10am at Ardgour Church, 12noon at Kiel, 4pm at Strontian – or in the evening for the Peninsula Carols at Strontian Village Hall, 7pm.
At the Peninsula Carols there will be an opportunity to contribute towards the cost of equipment to resource PlayList for Life at Dailmhor Nursing Home. Playlist for life taps into a recognised phenomenon: personally meaningful music has the ability to improve life for people living with dementia, their families and their carers. Music is good fun, stimulating, creative and helps to build mental resilience and manage the symptoms of dementia. In addition to gifts of money, Dailmhor Nursing Home would welcome the gift of any iPods or MP3 players – perhaps you have upgraded and have some older equipment which could be put to this helpful use. You can find out more about PlayList for Life at www.playlistforlife.org.uk