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Church flowers


Each Sunday we are very fortunate to have beautiful floral arrangements adorning the chancel. These are provided for by people making donations and volunteers who obtain and arrange them and then separate them after the service for delivery to others.  

We say a huge thank you to everyone involved.  Often the flowers are delivered to someone who has been unwell or bereaved but we don’t always know who that might be.  If you know someone who might be an appropriate recipient of the flowers please speak to an elder or the depute session clerk (Robert MacLeod).  The person you suggest does not have to be a church member or regular attender but simply someone that might appreciate knowing that they are thought of by the parish church in the community.

Changes to Sunday Worship


Rev Maureen Leitch and John Sooner will cover each other's holidays by adjusting the times of Sunday worship in Neilston and Glenburn and conducting two services on the Sundays noted below.


The dates and revised times of worship at Neilston Parish Church are:

DateStart  Time
 5th May 11.30am
 26th May 10am
 9th June 10am
 16th June 10am
 23rd June 10am
 14th July 11.30am
 21st July 11.30am

Stated Annual Meeting,

12th May 2019, following morning worship


The 2019 Financial Report and the church organisations' accounts have been signed off and will be presented at the Stated Annual Meeting.

Neilston Parish Church is now a collection point for East Renfrewshire Foodbank.


Please help people in crisis by buying items from the list below and bringing them along to Church; green collection boxes are located at each entrance.


  • UHT Milk
  • long life juice
  • tea & coffee
  • sugar
  • jam [not homemade]
  • pasta sauces
  • cereals
  • tinned peas/carrots/sweetcorn/meat/spaghetti/tomatoes/fruit and fish
  • tinned creamed rice and custard
  • biscuits

    For more information speak to the foodbank champions, Susan Hayes and Jennifer Hamilton.

  


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