Sunday Order of Service - Clackmannan Parish Church

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Sunday Order of Service

Services and Events

Listed below are details of our Sunday services and events during the coming weeks.

Feel free to come along in person to any of the meetings, services, or events that interest you. You will be made most welcome.

On the second Sunday of each month we hold our afternoon service which is a short service lasting approximately thirty minutes and is followed by a light afternoon tea.  This Service is suitable for older and less able folks to come along and share in worship and fellowship together.  If you know of anyone who would appreciate such an afternoon please bring them along to the Bruce Memorial Hall for 3.00 pm or if they would need help with transport to bring them along and return home then please also let us know.  

15th December11.00 am
Sunday School Nativity Play -- Family Service
Traidcraft FairTrade Table
19th December9.40 amPrimary School End of Term Service
22nd December11.00 amFourth Sunday in Advent
24th December 6.30 pm
Christingle Service
11.45 pm
Christmas Eve Midnight Service
29th December11.00 amA Service of lessons and carols led by the Choir
5th January11.00 amMorning Worship
12th January 11.00 amMorning Worship
3.00 pmAfternoon Service -- BMH*
19th January11.00 amMorning Worship -- Traidcraft FairTrade Table
26th January11.00 amMorning Worship
* Bruce Memorial Hall next to Manse                                                                                                                    Creche available every Sunday
# Gifts received will be donated to Women's Aid
(WG) Indicates services conducted by members of the Clackmannan Parish Church Worship Group.
Clackmannan Parish Church of Scotland
Port Street
FK10 4JH

Tel: +44(0) 1259 214238
Charity Registered in Scotland SC002324

We are a Church of Scotland congregation and believe that God has called His people in Clackmannan Parish Church, under His guidance, to be a congregation committed to sharing Jesus' Word and Love with the community.
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