What's on at Greenbank

Download Greenbank's programme for 2018/19 (PDF) (revised Dec 2018)

The Calendar describes the scheduled meetings of our organisations, and other events in Greenbank.

If you would like to include an intimation in the Order of Service please submit it to the
Church Administrator as early as possible and no later than 10am on Thursday.

The Church Office is closed each day from 12 noon until 1.30pm and access to the
building is not likely to be possible during these hours.

Emergency Evacuation

In the event of an evacuation, Welcome Team members will guide you to the exits.
The Assembly Point is at the Braidburn Valley Park gates.
Children will be taken by Young Church leaders to meet parents at the Park gates.

 

This Week

Sunday 26 May
Sixth Sunday of Easter

10.30am: Morning Worship
with
Rev Dr Martin Ritchie

Everyone is invited to stay behind in the Sanctuary at the end of the service for a Q & A session about Live Streaming of Worship.

Coffee
Coffee will be served in the Main Hall after the
10.30am Service by Springboard.

The Summer edition of Connections and Life and Work
are available for collection after the Service.

Edinburgh Chamber Orchestra
The Edinburgh Chamber Orchestra wiull hold their Summer Baroque Concert in Greenbank Parish Church at 4pm.
Music by Boyce, Avison, Stanley, Stamitz and J.S.Bach, directed by Alberto Massimo. Entrance by Programme: £8, Students and Unwaged £5, School children Free.

 

YOUTH NEWS

QII meets tonight in the Pentland Room,
pizza from 7pm

Steve will be at the Costa on Holy Corner 1pm–3pm
on Friday 31 May. Come by for a free hot drink
and chat. All welcome.

Next Week

Sunday 2 June
Seventh Sunday of Easter

9.30am Family Friendly Communion
(Centenary Hall)

10.30am Traditional Communion
(Church)

Visit of Group from the Presbyterian Church of Korea
A group of 50 pastors and spouses are making a visit to trace their Presbyterian roots in Scotland, and will be joining us for the 10.30am Communion service. Please welcome them!

3pm Communion
(Braid Room)

 

Intimations

Christian Aid Week
The total raised from the Greenbank House to House Collection was just over £4,000 plus Gift Aid of £600. Thank you to everyone who collected or donated.
The Holy Corner Book Sale raised £17,500. Thanks to all who contributed in any way.

Local Involvement - Christian Aid
Would you like to be part of the ecumenical team planning events to support the work of Christian Aid? Recent favourite events have included BBC’s Allan Little, Jim Naughtie, and authors Alexander
 

McCall Smith and Ian Rankin. Fiona Watt, Helen Barnes or David Ferguson would be delighted to chat to you about this opportunity.

Summer Walks – Eco Congregation
Recreational walks to celebrate Creation will be available this summer if there is interest. Options include the Union Canal from Slateford to Ratho, a 'stroll' from the church to R.L. Stevenson's Swanston Cottage and beyond, and one other Pentland Hills trip. All are 2–3 hours, and relatively easy path-based walking.
Start and finishes will be on foot or by public transport.
If you would like to participate please contact David Jack.

Dates for Your Diary

Mon 27 May: Bible Study
The group next meets on 27 May when the topic is Showing CompassionLuke 10:25-37. We are then taking a break until September. Please contact Joan Ritchie or Gillian Sweetman for

further information.

Wed 29 May: Midweek Prayers 1pm–1.20pm
All are welcome for a reflective time in the Braid Room.

 


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