Christ in Action Food Bank

Tesco bags of Help Thank you for your help We came 2nd and will receive £1000 Our project “Good Food for those in Food Crisis” Over the next 12 months this money will enable us to continue to supply fresh items e.g. milk, eggs, spread, bread, potatoes, fruit and other vegetables to families in need… Continue reading Christ in Action Food Bank

COP 26

Some information from Church of Scotland regarding COP26 https://churchofscotland.org.uk/…/cop26-and-the-church… Life and Work have produced a FREE four-page COP26 Special Supplement available now at https://www.lifeandwork.org/reso…/cop26-special-supplement. The purpose of this publication is to enable congregations to engage before, during and after COP26 and also signpost resources.Also, the November issue of the magazine published today has a focus… Continue reading COP 26

News from the Christ in Action Food Bank SCO45322 – October 2020

It has been a very busy time since I last wrote for the church web site. Those anxious questions we had to answer re the school and volunteers and funds have been answered and we have also coped with risk assessment, presbytery enquiries and visits to Monkton and Prestwick North Church hall by the Blood… Continue reading News from the Christ in Action Food Bank SCO45322 – October 2020

Michaelmas 2020

Last week I got a surprise.  There in the flower bed just outside my back door were two little clumps of Michaelmas daisies, announcing the arrival of Autumn.   The latest installment of Kathleen Bates’ blog, Michaelmas 2020, can be found at the following link:- http://ourgoldennetwork.blogspot.com/2020/10/michaelmas-2020.html

Impact Report 2019 – 20

As you will be aware, our frontline work is always our priority and as part of our response to the impact of COVID-19, we revised our 2020 communications plan to reduce publications and mailing costs.  One of the results is the launch of our interactive Impact Report which shares the personal stories of life-changing work… Continue reading Impact Report 2019 – 20

Update on our first Congregational Worship 27 September 2020

Last Sunday, 27 September, was the first congregational services at Kingcase since being given permission by Ayr Presbytery to re-open for Worship.  I have added a couple of photographs showing the Sanctuary with social distance seating in place.   The telephone booking system functioned well, with Elaine collating the attendees names and contact numbers for… Continue reading Update on our first Congregational Worship 27 September 2020