- Sunday 12 November
The town service, which will also be live-streamed, is at 10.45 am in StAB. All Ages are welcome at it but there will be no groups for children or young people at this service. Creche, Junior Church and YF will be running at the 9.30 am service.
Following the church service there will be a ceremony at the War Memorial at 12 noon.
2) Christmas Choir
The choir have started rehearsing for the Carol Service (Dec 17 at 7 pm). This Sunday it will rehearse at 12 noon. All singers of all abilities are invited to come and be part of it.
3) Guild Tuesday 14 Nov
The next meeting will be on Tuesday 14th November at 2 pm. The speaker will be Claire Masson from Save the Children. Do feel welcome to attend and find out more about this charity’s work especially in light of the situation in the Middle East at present.
4) Guild Lunch
Sunday 19 Nov
Next Sunday you are invited to join others in the congregation for a soup and pudding lunch served by the Guild at 12 noon. The funds raised will support their current projects.
5) Day of Prayer Saturday 2 Dec
There will be a day of prayer from 8.30 am to 3.00 pm in the Church building. More details to follow.
6) Christmas Trees at Leuchie
On Sat 9 and Sun 10 December there will be winter trail and an opportunity to buy your Christmas Tree at Leuchie, which will help raise funds. More details at https://www.leuchiehouse.org.uk/charity-christmas-trees-winter-trail
7) Christian Aid Quiz Longniddry, Friday 17 November
On Friday 17 November, the Longniddry Christian Aid Group will be holding a Quiz Night in Longniddry Community Centre. It starts at 7.30pm and costs £7 per person for teams of four to six people. To book your place phone 07508 846007 or email LongniddryCA@outlook.com
8) Food Safety
Many of the ministries within StAB serve food. It’s a wonderful way of expressing God’s welcome and love. The Kirk Session is responsible for ensuring appropriate standards of food hygiene are followed. It is very grateful to the Beacon for organising a day’s training in the hall on Friday 26 January. A professional trainer running a recognised course, so people can get the qualification they require. Can I urge everyone who is involved in any ministry that serves food to take this opportunity of gaining or refreshing your knowledge of food safety. Please give your name to Elaine Martin or Julie Scanlon.
9) Cunningham House
Men’s socks, underpants and toiletries are being collected for the Church of Scotland’s hostel for the homeless at Cunningham House in the Cowgate. These are much appreciated by the residents. Boxes are placed in the front and rear entrances.
10) Prayer Gatherings
Every Monday in Room 1 between 10 and 11 am.
Every Wednesday on Zoom between for 30 minutes starting at 7 pm.
Please contact the office for log on details.