The Guild

GuildThe Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland, which invites and encourages women and men to commit their lives to Jesus Chris and enables them to express their faith in Worship, Prayer and Action.

Netherlee’s Guild offers a varied programme of speakers, music and crafts, meeting regularly between October and March. Meetings take place on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday evening and the 2nd and 4th Thursday afternoon of each month. A lift can be arranged for anyone keen to be there but unable to access transport.

During the summer months, everyone is welcome for a chat over tea and coffee at our weekly coffee mornings, with funds raised going towards our chosen charity.

A keenly anticipated event in the calendar is the Guild outing in May. Previous trips have seen the group venture to Troon, Dumfries and Dunoon. For more information, contact Mabel Bell at the Church office.

 


SYLLABUS

Wednesdays 7.30pm – Lesser Sanctuary

October 2017

4   Communion                                Rev Tom Nelson

18      Street Pastors                         Asension Trust

November

1        Pollokshields Suburb             Mr Neil Murphy

15     Story of the Waverley             Mr G Wilson

December

6        Santiago de Compostela       Mr T Mills

20     Christmas Party

January 2018

17     The BBC Radio News            Ms Christine Finnigan

February

7       Care for the Family               Mrs Sheena Whiteford

21     Starchild                                  Miss Helen MacVey

March

2        World Day of Prayer

7        Old Glasgow Songs              Mrs Karine Davison

21     A G M

Guild Week: 19 – 26 November

 

Thursdays 2.30pm – Lesser Sanctuary

All afternoon meetings will be informal ‘At Homes’ unless otherwise noted.

October 2017

12      Go in Love                               Willi Povey

26      Items from the Archive         Margaret Fear

November

9        Nursery Rhymes

23      Memory Box

December

14

January 2018

11

25

February

15

March

15

29      Daffodil Tea

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