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The Guild Syllabus 2013 - 2014
A Fellowship to Build The Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland that invites and encourages women to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and enables them to express their faith in worship, prayer and action.
Please note that all meetings will begin at 7:30pm.
It is hoped that there will be a good attendance at the meetings so that our guest speakers will feel welcome.
|Sunday 6th||Guild Rededication Service|
|Monday 7th||Rev. Derek Brown Interim Moderator|
|Monday 4th||Mrs Pat Robertson, Working as a street Pastor|
|Sunday 17th - 24th||Guild Week|
|Monday 2nd||Christmas party 2pm|
|Monday 6th||Mrs E Ferguson, Guild theme 2pm|
|Saturday 25th||Projects Coffee Morning|
|Monday 3rd||An evening with friends|
|Monday 3rd||Mrs Catherine Logan, Council work|
|Friday 7th||World Day of Prayer|
|TBA||Daffodil Coffee morning|
|Tuesday 3rd||Summer Rally, Croy and Dalcross Guild|
- Mrs Mary Donaldson
- Mrs Effie Ferguson
- Mrs Rosemary Geddes
- Mrs Jean MacColl
- Mrs Betty Common
- Mrs Rosie Macdonald
- Mrs Margaret MacKintosh
- Mrs Jean Wilson
We have meeting for conversation and sharing through Lent, continuing on Sunday 12th March, in the hall in Beauly, at 7.30.
The church Singing Group are currently rehearsing after the Sunday Services in Beauly. New members are always welcome.
Sunday School/ Sunday Club
Beauly has a Sunday School which meets every Sunday during the Service.
We successfully held a Christmas Fun Day and an Easter Fun Day. Both were great days and a lot of fun was had by all!
An opportunity to enjoy convival company whilst sharing talents in various handcrafts.
Service at Residential Home
On the 5th Sunday of any month which has one there is a short service at Urray House Residential Home in Muir of Ord.
Tea and Coffee
Served after each service at Struy and Cannich - also on the last Sunday of the month in Beauly.
There is a coffee morning in the hall in Beauly on the last Tuesday of the month.
The Ladies' Fellowship has winter meetings for Bible Studies fortnightly.
The Church supports the Blythswood Showbox appeal annually.
The Food Bank, which is a Blythswood initiative, is ongoing all year round.
The Social Group is arranging various functions for us all to enjoy this year eg walking and a cookery demonstration.