Here and Now Choir at Methodist

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Peterhead Methodist Church Sisterhood will meet on Wednesday, October 10, at 7.15pm, when a programme will be presented by the local Methodist Here and Now Choir. All ladies are very welcome.

Peterhead St. Andrew’s Church, Queen Street, is having a Drop-in Breakfast Cafe on Saturday, October 13, from 10am – 12 noon. Breakfasts will be served as well as bacon rolls and butteries all at reasonable cost. All are very welcome.

Peterhead Old Parish Church Senior Ladies’ Fellowship have announced they are having a Soup and Sweet on Saturday, October 13. Fuller details are not to hand.

The Peterhead Churches Together have arranged to hold a Harvest Praise Time but there is a break from the traditional Sunday evening on this occasion. The date is Saturday, October 13, commencing at 7pm, and it is to be held in the Deep Sea Fishermen’s Mission.

The praise will be led by Adam Horton and the Old Parish Church Choir. Doric readings are to be given by Babs Noble and the programme will include a few other items. Refreshments will be served at the close and all are welcome.

On Sunday, October 14, morning service in Old Deer Church commences at 10.30am and will be led by the Rev. Sheila Kirk. Everyone is invited and welcome. The Sunday School meets at that time also and crèche facilities are available during the service. Teas will be served afterwards.

Also on Sunday, October 14, there is to be a Praise Service at 6pm in Fetterangus Church, the theme of the worship for this occasion being “Harvest and Creation”. A musical item will be provided by Ian Burnett. Everyone is very welcome and teas will be served afterwards.

St. Drostan’s Episcopal Church, Old Deer, will be having their traditional Harvest Festival Eucharist on Sunday, October 14, at 4pm. All are very welcome. The service will be followed by a Harvest Supper in the Kemp Hall, Old Deer.

Peterhead Fishermen’s Mission gives a warm invitation and welcome to all who are able to attend the Nightcap Service on Sunday, October 14, at 8pm.

A similar invitation goes out to the ladies regarding their Guild meeting at the Mission on Tuesday, October 16, at 7.15pm.

Peterhead St. Andrew’s Church, Queen Street, is having a Rag Bag collection on Monday, October 15, from 10am to 4pm.

During that time the hall will remain open to receive donations of unwanted linen, clothes, shoes.

On Monday, October 15, Peterhead Congregational Church Ladies’ Guild will meet at 7.30pm with Christine Simpson as their guest.

Peterhead St. Andrew’s Church Guild meeting on Wednesday, October 17, at 7.30pm will have the opportunity to hear the Boats Talk as given by the Faith Mission. There is also a Bring and Buy that evening.

Deer Parish Church Prayer Group meets in Old Deer Church on Wednesday, October 17, from 6.30 – 7.15pm.

The Blythswood Care collecting vehicle is due to visit Peterhead and district on Thursday, October 18, calling at the usual points to receive donations of items gifted to help the charity in its extensive relief work.

Cruden Church’s Walk leaves the Church Hall on Sunday, October 14, at 11.30am and is going to Stuartfield.

There will be a “Fairtrade” stall after the morning services in Cruden Parish Church on October 14 and 21.

The closing date for the Christmas Shoebox appeal is October 31. Please contact Rosemary Reid, 11 Manse Road, Hatton.