What’s on at Greenbank

Download Greenbank's provisional programme for 2019/20 [pdf]

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 During Sunday Services
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.
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This Week

Sunday 19 January

9.30am  Quiet Communion

The Order of Service is here

10.30am  Morning Worship

We welcome our guest organist today,
Colin Tipple

The Order of Service is here

Coffee
will be served in the Main Hall after the
Service by Christina Morrow (D41)

There will be a screening of clips from the
recording of our
10.30am Service on 8 December
in the Braid Room after the Service.

Bring your coffee through!

6.30pm Braid Room
Kenny Htet-Khin and his colleague Rosemary Whaley introduce us to their work as
Mental Health First Aiders in the Scottish Parliament.
 

QII meets tonight at 7pm.

Next Week

Sunday 26 January

10.30am  Morning Worship

Scripture texts for the week
Isaiah 9:1–4; Psalm 27; 1 Corinthians 1:10–18;
Matthew 4:12–23

Coffee
will be served in the Main Hall after the
Service by Moira Davidson (D31B)

Connections and Life & Work are available
for collection by District Visitors

 

YOUTH NEWS

Steve will be at the Costa on Holy Corner
on Wednesday, 3.30pm–5pm.
Come by for a free hot drink and chat.

Dates for Your Diary

Tue 21 Jan: Congregational Board
The Board will meet at 7.30pm in the Braid Room. Papers are now available on the website.

Wed 22 Jan: Morningside Peace and Justice 10.30am–11.30am
The Training of Journalists for Today’s Media. A talk by Dr Eamonn O’Neill from Edinburgh Napier University at Open Door, 420 Morningside Road.

Wed 22 Jan: 1pm–1.20pm Midweek Prayers
All are welcome for a reflective time in the Braid Room.

Wed 22 Jan: Friendship Club
Meets at 2.30pm in the Lower Hall. Join us to find out all there is to know about “Nairn’s oatcakes” from Russell Clink. All welcome.

Wed 22 Jan: Country Dance Club
Meets at 7.30pm in the Centenary Hall; new members very welcome.

Wed 22 Jan: Service for Christian Unity
As part of this year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Edinburgh Churches Together invites you to a service to be held at 7.30pm at The City of Edinburgh Mothodist Church, 25 Nicholson Square. The Guest preacher will be Rt Rev John

 

 

Armes, Bishop of Edinburgh. This year’s materials have been chosen by the churches of Malta and Gozo.

Thu 13 Feb: 7.15pm, Christian Aid Film Night
Showing "Roman Holiday", a romantic, timeless classic, in the Centenary Hall.Tickets £8 from Fiona Watt and Helen Barnes. Proceeds to Christian Aid Lent appeal for drought aid in Kenya.

Weeks of 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 Mar: Home Groups
Lent Study 2020: Genesis for Normal People!
Hot off the press is the 2nd edition of this engaging, witty and accessible entry point to the book Genesis, by Pete Enns and Jared Byas, creators and hosts of The Bible for Normal People podcast. This Lent, we invite you to read the book and join a home group led by one of the Ministry Team. You can mix and match home groups according to your weekly schedule, but subject to demand we are planning to offer Monday to Thursday evenings and Thursday afternoon sessions. It’s a great way to get to know more people in the congregation in a relaxed atmosphere as well as to get stuck into a rewardng book. Home Groups are in weeks 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 March. Get signed up for a home group and order your copy of the book at the adult education table at coffee on a Sunday morning, or contact Chris Horne (christopherhorne2@talk21.com).


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