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Hamilton Old Parish Church
Sunday 2 October 2022
Boys's Brigade Dedication
& Harvest Thanksgiving
Introit - Anchor Song
Hymn 204 - "I am the Church"
Hymn 351 - "Jesus' Hands"
Readers - Boys' Brigade
Anthem - Praise O Praise
Hymn 413 - "The Day of Resurrection"
Hymn 737 - "Will your Anchor hold"
With most Church buildings in the area now open people can enjoy in person worship.
If you are unable to attend in person please do follow along on YouTube or catchup with recordings:
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To listen to the latest service you can also call the local-rate phone number: 01698 533199
Our services continue this Sunday is at 10.45am when we welcome the Officers and boys of 1st & 2nd Hamilton Companies for their annual Dedication Service. This is also our Harvest Thanksgiving Service. Enjoy fellowship over a tea or coffee in 'The North' Hall after the service.
Harvest Thanksgiving Donations
. Any donations will be gratefully received and will go to Gilmour & Whitehill Church for the Burnank Foodbank. Any monetary donations along with the retiral offering will go to the work of the Drop In Centre.
All sections of the Boys' Brigade meet this Wednesday, 5 October 2022 from 5.30pm.
The film club next meet on Thursday, 6 October 2022, at 1.30pm in the Session Room.
Kirkin' of the Council
Kirkin' of the Council will take place at our morning service on Sunday, 9 October 2022.
Sunday Live! are looking for leaders. If you would like to help please contact Andrea in the Office.
Drama Kirk were delighted to be back in the heart of the community, bringing the Easter story to life on Good Friday!
“I Am With You, Always” is a new script, specially written for Drama Kirk by Scottish playwright Simon McCallum, whose previous work includes BBC’s River City. It will introduce new characters we have not met in previous years; and some new scenes from scripture will be included, for example the beatitudes.
We were delighted to welcome Nicholas Elliott back to lead the cast as Jesus, alongside many of our local cast.
If you didn't manage along to see the Passion Play you can up with it on our YouTube channel.