Monthly Archives: February 2014

Help is on its way!

An update on the Jubilee Hope story! (Click here for an earlier post) Recently, Duncan mentioned that the Vine Trust was looking for someone with a nautical background to join the Jubilee Hope on the next leg of its journey to Lake Victoria in Africa. Well help is on the way in the person of our very own Donald Macdonald. Donald had 50 years of experience on big ships – tankers and bulk carriers – when he retired in 2008 - and had been thinking

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The joy of creativity

Photos of yesterday's Time Out from Ruth Shepherd Try this...... Hard at work......     All my own work!

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Tea for 48!

It was 60 Plus this afternoon - afternoon tea and cakes in the church.  Donald tells me there were about 48 people there, and his photos prove that they had a great time! Why not join them next time? You'd be made really welcome.         A time to share, a time to laugh, a time to encourage and be encouraged, a time to remember

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To the Lake by Sea and Land: the voyage of the Jubilee Hope

Here’s an opportunity for us all to help support a project which will make a difference to the lives of at least 100,000 people in Africa. The Jubilee Hope, The Vine Trust's 3rd medical ship, is currently sailing from Glasgow to Monbasa in Africa. Its final destination is Lake Victoria in Tanzania, where it will provide basic health care to people living on some of the 150  inhabited islands in Tanzanian waters, where there is no primary healthcare

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Support Thomas Whillis as he volunteers in South Africa

A fundraising concert for Thomas Whillis’ year abroad in South Africa volunteering with the charity Project Trust will be held in the church on Saturday 1st March at 7.30pm.  Tickets £8/£4, available in advance or on the door.  Please speak to Thomas or David Whillis. While in South Africa, Thomas will be working with underprivileged children in a social care environment.

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Pancake Saturday; or, Pancakes with purpose

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‘You’re a brick,’ says God.

You’ll have seen from the blog that there was a working party at the church yesterday. About 20 people, fuelled by tea, scones and pancakes, thoroughly spring-cleaned the building. The photograph taken after the team had finished showed how impressive their work had been. The building was sparklingly bright, the chairs in neat rows. But looking at the picture, you realised that something was missing. In a word, people – us! For the Bible’s

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Thanks to everyone who helped clean the church building this morning

Duncan writes: We had a really super 2 hours this morning giving all the church buildings a major clean. Floors were swept and washed, windows were cleaned, carpets were hoovered. We had a team of at least 20 people which made light work of all the work. It's great to see the church looking so clean and tidy, and it was such a good experience to do it with so many other people. Hopefully we can organise these events on an occasional basis. We can

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60 Plus and Times Out

This coming Wednesday 23rd February, Time Out and 60 Plus both meet. Time Out starts at 10am. 'From about 10am till 11.30 we do various crafts, such as mosaicing, felting, card-making, crochet etc, all washed down with coffee, cakes and a good blether! There is a free crèche provided by Childcare Direct, so it’s a really great opportunity to relax and get creative!'  Everyone is welcome!  It costs just £2 to attend, and that covers both refreshments

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You could make a difference to the lives of vulnerable kids in Tanzania

Find out about joining an Inverness ‘work party’ to Tanzania in 2015, helping build homes for vulnerable children and orphans with Scottish charity, the Vine Trust. Everyone's welcome to an information evening about this  project  on Friday 7th March, 7pm - 9pm at Balvonie of Daviot. Details here - if you'd like to go to this event, please register your interest by emailing or calling the number given. No building experience necessary—just

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