Pew Sheet

Sunday, 12th September

Fifteenth  Sunday  after  Trinity

Sung Eucharist

Celebrant: Rev'd Denis Samways

The Rector is taking the Harvest Thanksgiving Service at Challoch 

We remember in our prayers:  Bunty Love, Beth Wood, Sholto Steel, Rowan Huggitt, Valery Glover, Katherine Askew(Challoch) and our many elderly and vulnerable church members still shielding. We  pray for them and for family members especially those far away. 

Many people have advised us that they will not be attending church during the current pandemic situation. This is very much understood and we assure everyone of our prayers.

There is an online Scottish Episcopal Sunday service:  www.scotland.anglican.org

Stewartry Food Bank

The next collection will be Tuesday, 14th September. Pasta, tea and biscuits are in good supply but all other foods and toiletries are welcome especially Main meals, Long Life milk( semi and full) and savoury spreads. Many thanks for your continued support.

Saturday, 18th September

Faith Study Day 10.15am to 4.00pm at St.Ninian's Castle Douglas. Speakers are the Irish poet John Moriarty and Revs. David and Alison Jasper from Glasgow. No cost but please register at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01556 505894. Bring packed lunch, tea and coffee provided.

Harvest Thanksgiving  Sunday,10th October

9.30am. Sung Eucharist and Harvest Thanksgiving. Following the service there will be an auction of produce and monies raised will go to Tearfund. Afghanistan. Items can be brought to church either on Friday, 8th October 1.00pm, when children from the primary school will be decorating church, or to the service on Harvest Sunday. At 12noon a Harvest lunch will be held at the Mill on the Fleet – more details of this later.

Thought for the Week:    “I am what I am by the grace of God” - St.Paul