New Members

On Sunday 10th March 4 ladies made their confession of faith and were welcomed into the Ladywell Family. Welcome Zoe, Mandy, Jean and Karen (unfortunately Karen escaped before  we could take her photograph!)

Daffodil Tea @ Ladywell Church

On Saturday 18th March we hosted a “Daffodil Tea” at Ladywell Church, where people hosted their own tables and provided a wide selection of savoury and sweet treats for our guests!

To help us celebrate our 60th anniversary, we had music from the 50s, 60s and onward and songs sang by Lauren Maley and Shelley McLaren.

We would like to thank everyone who came along and participated, and we look forward to the next one.

Here are some pictures from the event, we hope you enjoy!

Mad Hatters Tea Party – 19th March

On the 19th of March 2016, we held a Mad Hatters Tea Party in the main hall.

Each table looked fantastic, with their selection of sandwiches, cakes and treats!

Thank you to all who participated and a massive thanks to the Brass Ensemble for their performance, a truly fantastic selection of songs and great entertainment.

As a result of people’s contributions and effort, we raised a total of £575. Thank you very much to all who attended and made this possible.

PURE Dementia (Free Event)

dementia

Every congregation experiences caring for people with dementia, and their families.
It is our responsibility to do it to the best of our ability.
It isn’t easy, but we can always learn how to do it better.

PURE Dementia does just that, with an expert from Stirling University department who specialises and advises on dementia.
It’s a 90 minute interactive seminar including a visit to the flat specifically designed for a dementia sufferer.

When:
Wednesday – February 17th 2016 7.30pm – 9.00pm

Where:
Stirling University’s Dementia Services Development Centre, Iris Murdoch Building, University of Stirling, FK9 4LA. (Towards the back of the university, so if going via the front entrance, keep going, past the car parks and you come to it. Alternative: go via Hillfoots Rd and the back way into the university grounds and it’s signposted. Google map link=https://www.google.com/maps/@56.1446563,-3.9185101,17.06z

Who:
Led by Sean Hughes, the Dementia Learning and Development Officer

Why:
Because it might be us, or our family next!

Pop Up Resource Events are organised for congregational members through the Church in Community Comm of the Church of Scotland Presbytery of Stirling,
and are open to all Christians who want to learn more about serving Christ in a more meaningful way. They are free to participants.

For more information please contact Rev Andy Campbell on 07523420079 or email ACampbell@churchofscotland.org.uk