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October 2017

Sunday 1st October 2017 09:30Harvest Thanksgiving All welcome Tea/Coffee after service
Monday 2nd October 2017 12:15Prayer Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
13:45Knitting For Others Barry Church Hall All welcome
In addition to our ongoing partnership with Dundee-based aid agency Mission International, we have also established a link with an HIV AIDS orphanage in Kenya for which we are currently preparing a consignment of knitted baby clothes. All contributions of knitted vests, hats etc are welcome and to help keep the needles clicking, any donations of double knitting wool (any colour except white) would also be appreciated. These can either be handed in at group meetings in Barry Church Hall on Monday afternoons between 1.45 and 3.30 pm or uplifted by arrangement.
N.B. - Meetings will continue to be held in Barry Church Hall up to and including October 30, but from November 6 the group will meet at 21 Barry Road through until the end of March.
Pauline Suttie, group leader, 01241 852614 or 07599 182418
Wednesday 4th October 2017 19:30Midweek Focus 21 Barry Road All welcome
Midweek Focus

Our studies in the New Testament book of James will draw to a close on Wednesday, October 11. We have found the chapters full of wisdom, and like the Bible itself the words comfort the afflicted but afflict the comfortable, providing much food for thought.
On Wednesday, October 18,our attentions turn to the Old Testament and the book of Job. In a study series entitled 'Tried, Tested, and Triumphant', we will see the opening scene where God makes a deal with the devil that changes the course of Job’s Life. We will see the tragedies that befall him and the tears that flow as he bemoans the state of his life. We will consider Job’s wife and her motivation as she verbally berates him and watch as his “comforting” friends attack him. Ultimately as the narrative of Job is concluded we will see God in all His glory put everything into perspective for Job, eventually restoring His faithful servant to a blessed and full life.
A warm welcome awaits all interested in sharing in these times of midweek fellowship. Meetings are held at 21 Barry Road on Wednesdays from 7.30 to 9 pm. Study notes for the current and previous series can be found on the Midweek Focus page of the church website. For further information, contact Graham Suttie on 01241 852614.
Thursday 5th October 2017 10:00Study & Fellowship Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
14:15Guild Meeting Barry Church Hall All welcome
Friday 6th October 2017 10:00Friday Coffee Break Philip Hall All welcome
Sunday 8th October 2017 09:30Morning Worship All welcome Tea/Coffee after service
Monday 9th October 2017 12:15Prayer Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
13:45Knitting For Others Barry Church Hall All welcome
In addition to our ongoing partnership with Dundee-based aid agency Mission International, we have also established a link with an HIV AIDS orphanage in Kenya for which we are currently preparing a consignment of knitted baby clothes. All contributions of knitted vests, hats etc are welcome and to help keep the needles clicking, any donations of double knitting wool (any colour except white) would also be appreciated. These can either be handed in at group meetings in Barry Church Hall on Monday afternoons between 1.45 and 3.30 pm or uplifted by arrangement.
N.B. - Meetings will continue to be held in Barry Church Hall up to and including October 30, but from November 6 the group will meet at 21 Barry Road through until the end of March.
Pauline Suttie, group leader, 01241 852614 or 07599 182418
Wednesday 11th October 2017 10:00Good Neighbours Drop-In Cafe Barry Church Hall All welcome
Good Neighbours Drop-In Cafe

A new venture for our church is a twice monthly Good Neighbours Drop-In Cafe to be held in Barry Church Hall on Wednesdays from 10 to 11.30 am. On offer will be a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits, all for just £1. There will also be a stall stocked with home baking and a variety of non-perishable foodstuffs. As the first day of the cafe, Wednesday 11th October, coincides with National Chocolate Week, we will also have a special treat for those attending!!, courtesy of Divine Chocolate Ltd - Sharing Tastes Divine.
The purpose of the cafe is to reach out to the community and open the doors of the church for the benefit of local people, drawing them together in a warm and friendly environment where there will be a welcome for everyone. Whether a church-goer or not, you will find a laid back, family atmosphere making it the ideal place to relax with friends. . So if you’re out and about and need a refreshing cuppa, why not pop along to the Church Hall where you’ll find good fare served by friendly volunteers in warm comfortable surroundings.
October and November cafe dates are: October 11 and 25, and November 8 and 22. All proceeds will be in aid of church funds. If you are interested in helping with this venture, offers of assistance on any of the above dates will be most welcome. For more information, telephone 01241 852614.
19:30Midweek Focus 21 Barry Road All welcome
Midweek Focus

Our studies in the New Testament book of James draw to a close on Wednesday, October 11. We have found the chapters full of wisdom, and like the Bible itself the words comfort the afflicted but afflict the comfortable, providing much food for thought.
On Wednesday, October 18,our attentions turn to the Old Testament and the book of Job. In a study series entitled 'Tried, Tested, and Triumphant', we will see the opening scene where God makes a deal with the devil that changes the course of Job’s Life. We will see the tragedies that befall him and the tears that flow as he bemoans the state of his life. We will consider Job’s wife and her motivation as she verbally berates him and watch as his “comforting” friends attack him. Ultimately as the narrative of Job is concluded we will see God in all His glory put everything into perspective for Job, eventually restoring His faithful servant to a blessed and full life.
A warm welcome awaits all interested in sharing in these times of midweek fellowship. Meetings are held at 21 Barry Road on Wednesdays from 7.30 to 9 pm. Study notes for the current and previous series can be found on the Midweek Focus page of the church website. For further information, contact Graham Suttie on 01241 852614 or email graham.suttie@btinternet.com
Sunday 15th October 2017 09:30Morning Worship Rev Liz Crumlish CofS Path of Renewal
Monday 16th October 2017 12:15Prayer Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
13:45Knitting For Others Sorry, cancelled today, resumes Oct 23
Knitting For Others
In addition to our ongoing partnership with Dundee-based aid agency Mission International, we have also established a link with an HIV AIDS orphanage in Kenya for which we are currently preparing a consignment of knitted baby clothes. All contributions of knitted vests, hats etc are welcome and to help keep the needles clicking, any donations of double knitting wool (any colour except white) would also be appreciated. These can either be handed in at group meetings in Barry Church Hall on Monday afternoons between 1.45 and 3.30 pm or uplifted by arrangement.
N.B. - Meetings will continue to be held in Barry Church Hall up to and including October 30, but from November 6 the group will meet at 21 Barry Road through until the end of March.
Pauline Suttie, group leader, 01241 852614 or 07599 182418
19:15Kirk Session Barry Church Hall
Wednesday 18th October 2017 15:00Afternoon Service Braehill Lodge
19:30Midweek Focus 21 Barry Road All welcome
Midweek Focus

On Wednesday, October 18,our attentions turn to the Old Testament and the book of Job. In a study series entitled 'Tried, Tested, and Triumphant', we will see the opening scene where God makes a deal with the devil that changes the course of Job’s Life. We will see the tragedies that befall him and the tears that flow as he bemoans the state of his life. We will consider Job’s wife and her motivation as she verbally berates him and watch as his “comforting” friends attack him. Ultimately as the narrative of Job is concluded we will see God in all His glory put everything into perspective for Job, eventually restoring His faithful servant to a blessed and full life.
A warm welcome awaits all interested in sharing in these times of midweek fellowship. Meetings are held at 21 Barry Road on Wednesdays from 7.30 to 9 pm. Study notes for the current and previous series can be found on the Midweek Focus page of the church website. For further information, contact Graham Suttie on 01241 852614 or email graham.suttie@btinternet.com
Friday 20th October 2017 10:00Friday Coffee Break Philip Hall All welcome
19:00Beetle&Domino Drive Barry Church Hall All welcome
Sunday 22nd October 2017 09:30The Lord's Supper All welcome Tea/Coffee after service
11:00The Lord's Supper Carnoustie Church
18:30The Lord's Supper St Stephen's Chapel
Monday 23rd October 2017 12:15Prayer Group Philip Hall Duthie Room
13:45Knitting For Others Barry Church Hall All welcome
Knitting For Others

In addition to our ongoing partnership with Dundee-based aid agency Mission International, we have also established a link with an HIV AIDS orphanage in Kenya for which we are currently preparing a consignment of knitted baby clothes. All contributions of knitted vests, hats etc are welcome and to help keep the needles clicking, any donations of double knitting wool (any colour except white) would also be appreciated. These can either be handed in at group meetings in Barry Church Hall on Monday afternoons between 1.45 and 3.30 pm or uplifted by arrangement.
N.B. - Meetings will continue to be held in Barry Church Hall up to and including October 30, but from November 6 the group will meet at 21 Barry Road through until the end of March.
Pauline Suttie, group leader, 01241 852614 or 07599 182418
Wednesday 25th October 2017 10:00Good Neighbours Drop-In Cafe Barry Church Hall All welcome
Good Neighbours Drop-In Café
Barry Church Hall
Wednesday 25th October
10 to 11.30 AM
Tea/Coffee & Biscuits - Only £1!
Home Baking & Non-Perishable Goods Stall
Goodies on sale will also include The Meaningful Treat Pack - A Real Halloween Treat

The Meaningful Treat Pack is a new resource designed to help with mission work on, and leading up to, the eve of All Saints (Halloween). It is suitable for Light Parties, outreach events, schools or for children who trick or treat on 31st October.

Video

Our Youtube guide to the Meaningful Treat Pack can be seen here.

Inside each Meaningful Treat Pack there is a bag of Swiss Fairtrade milk chocolate buttons and a Challenge Activity Poster. The poster has eight challenges using the themes of good winning over bad and light over darkness. The challenges include a quiz, a word game, a Bible maze, a call to buy Fairtrade, a suggestion to say a prayer, a national hero competition with a prize, and a challenge to give a treat to someone less well off by donating to a children's charity.

Each pack costs £1.

Quite often people feel that there has to be more to Halloween than dressing kids up as serial killers or monsters. The Meaningful Treat Pack is a way to challenge kids to look at the good in the world, to do a bit of good by giving to a charity and to enjoy some great Fairtrade chocolate. It is a chance for 5-11 year olds to shine this Halloween.
19:30Midweek Focus Bible Study 21 Barry Road All welcome
On Wednesday, October 18,our attentions turned to the Old Testament and the book of Job. In a study series entitled 'Tried, Tested, and Triumphant', we will see the opening scene where God makes a deal with the devil that changes the course of Job’s Life. We will see the tragedies that befall him and the tears that flow as he bemoans the state of his life. We will consider Job’s wife and her motivation as she verbally berates him and watch as his “comforting” friends attack him. Ultimately as the narrative of Job is concluded we will see God in all His glory put everything into perspective for Job, eventually restoring His faithful servant to a blessed and full life.
A warm welcome awaits all interested in sharing in these times of midweek fellowship. Meetings are held at 21 Barry Road on Wednesdays from 7.30 to 9 pm. Study notes for the current and previous series can be found on the Midweek Focus page of the church website. For further information, contact Graham Suttie on 01241 852614 or email graham.suttie@btinternet.com
Sunday 29th October 2017 09:30Morning Worship All welcome Tea/Coffee after service
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