Home


Services and Events

Sun 19 August: Pent 13 /Trinity 12

8.00am Holy Communion (Scottish Liturgy 1970) (Chancel)

9.15am Morning Service (Crichton Memorial Church)

9.15am All Age Service (Church)

11.00am Sung Eucharist (1982), (Crèche facilities during the service; refreshments afterwards)

Tue 21 August

6.30pm Said Eucharist (1982) (Lady Chapel)

7.10pm for7.30pm Vestry Meeting (Choir Vestry)

Wed 22 August

10.30am Holy Communion (Scottish Liturgy 1970) (Church) followed by refreshments (Hall)

11.30am+ Setting up for Flower Festival (Church, Hall)

6.30pm+ St John’s Choir Rehearsals resume)

Thursday, 23/08/2018 – Monday, 27/08/2018:

150th Anniversary: Grand Flower Festival & Songs of Praise (see posters). Offers of help with teas/stewarding welcome: office@stjohnsdumfries.org / 07908 046284

Thu 23 August

2pm – 6pm Flower Festival (Church & Hall)

7pm-9pm Tower Bell Practice night (information: bells@stjohnsdumfries.org)

Fri 24 August

10am – 6pm Flower Festival (Church & Hall)

Sat 25 August

10am -6pm Flower Festival (Church & Hall)

Sun 26 August: Pent 14 /Trinity 13

8.00am Holy Communion (Scottish Liturgy 1970) (Chancel)

9.15am Morning Service (Crichton Memorial Church),

9.30amHoly Communion at Maxwelton Chapel

11.00am Sung Eucharist (Children’s Church, Youth@11, Crèche facilities during the service; refreshments afterwards)

2pm – 4pm Flower Festival (Church & Hall)

6.00pm 150th Anniversary Songs of Praise (Church)

< Page 1, 2, 3 ... 10 >

Organ Concert in St John's, 8th September at 7.30 pm


Servers'CrossSCOTTISH GUILD OF SERVERS

The Annual Festival and Annual General Meeting

will take place on Saturday 8th September 2018 at

St Bride’s Church
69 Hyndland Road
Glasgow
G12 9UX

The Festival will commence with High Mass at 1pm

Celebrant The Warden

This will be followed by refreshments and the A.G.M

Included in the business of the A.G.M. will be the elections of:

Warden

Almoner 

For those arriving early there will be Rosary at 12 noon

Benediction will be given at 3:45pm 

Servers are asked to wear Cassocks and Cottas or Surplices; or Albs

Clergy are asked to wear Cassocks, Cottas or Surplices and White Stoles

All to be robed by 12.50pm

All members of the Scottish Guild of Servers, all other Servers, their friends and relations are invited to attend.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.