THE holiday club, organised by Peterhead St. Andrew’s Parish Church, Queen Street, is being run this week from 10am to 12.30pm daily through to Friday, July 8.
Under the name of Pyramid Rock and telling the story of Joseph, the club covers children from primary 1 to primary 7 regardless of their actual school or place of residence. With the range of activities and games on offer, it promises to be a fun-filled week for those who have registered.
There is a picnic for St. Andrew’s Church on Saturday, July 9, at Aden Country Park from 1pm to 4pm with races and games for everyone and the children’s holiday club members are included in this event also.
Continuing through this week and including Saturday, July 9, there is the book sale which is featured by St. John’s Episcopal Church, Longside.
On Sunday, July 10, St. Drostan’s Episcopal Church, Old Deer, is having a special celebration to mark St. Drostan’s Day and this commences at 4pm followed by refreshments in the Kemp Hall.
The Children’s Sunday Club held at Cruden Parish Church is now on holiday until it resumes again on Sunday, August 21. Morning worship continues as usual at Cruden Parish Church every Sunday at 10am.
In Old Deer Church on Sunday, July 10, at 10.30am, morning worship will be led by the Rev. Sheila Kirk. A warm invitation and welcome is extended to everyone to share on that occasion. There is no Sunday School that morning but crèche facilities are available during the service.
After the worship there will be a time of further fellowship as teas are served and those able to stay will be very welcome.
Later, on Sunday, July 10, at 6pm the Rev. Sheila Kirk is to be leading a praise evening in Fetterangus Church. Everyone is invited and welcome and a time for teas and fellowship will follow the service.
Deer Parish Church Prayer Group’s next meeting will be held in Old Deer Church on Wednesday, July 13, from 6.30pm to 7.15pm and all are welcome.
Peterhead Fishermen’s Mission has the regular Night Cap Service on Sunday, July 10, at 8pm and a warm welcome is assured.
The next visit to Peterhead and district by the Blythswood Care collecting vehicle has been arranged for Thursday, July 14, when it will call at the usual places and times as per the regular schedule. All items donated will be received most gratefully.
Notice has come to hand regarding the Keswick in Buckie Convention which enjoys the support and fellowship of a number of our readers. The venue in Buckie is still the North Church and the actual dates are Saturday, July 30, through to Friday, August 5, inclusive.
The guest speakers are Stuart Blythe, Victor Jack and Jeremy McQuaid, all of them able and experienced in Bible teaching and ministry.
Fuller details will be given later.