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Sunday, 23 July 2017

THE KIRK OFFICE Louise will be away from the office from 27 July – 9 August & Margaret Duncan will be looking after the office in her absence.

THE GRAPEVINE All contributions for the September issue should be with the Editors, c/o the Kirk Office, 16 Cramond Glebe Road, EH4 6NS or e-mail : cramond.kirk@blueyonder.co.uk by Sunday, 30 July.

A MILE OF MEMORIES On Saturday, 23 September Richmond’s Hope, the charity which supports bereaved children, will be creating A Mile of Memories along Portobello Promenade. To help them create their mile, the Sunday Club hopes to fill 2 “memory sticks” – decorated sticks with a groove in the top which each hold 45 £1 coins. So, bearing in mind your old £1 coins are no longer valid after October, we’d be happy to help you use them up! Any £1 coins would be very welcome & can be left in the box in the Session House. Further details on Richmond’s Hope can be found at www.richmondshope.org.uk

THE LANDESJUGENDZUPFORCHESTER THURINGEN (LJZO) invite you to their concert in Cramond Kirk Hall on Thursday, 3 August at 5.30 pm.  The LJZO are a youth mandolin orchestra from Germany currently on tour in Scotland. The programme will include music by J S Bach & Herbert Baumann. Entry is free with a retiring collection at the close of the concert for one of the Kirk’s chosen charities.

FRESH START Many thanks to everyone who has left donations for Fresh Start over the past month. This week they are particularly in need of tea towels, tumblers & cleaning materials. Donations can be left in the Gathering Space of the Kirk Hall.

A SIDE BY SIDE SUPPORT GROUP for carers affected by a loved one suffering dementia will be meeting on the last Wednesday of each month at Corstorphine St Ninian’s Church, 144 St John’s Road from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. Their first meeting takes place on Wednesday, 26 July. If you are in need of support & would like to meet others & share experiences, you’d be very welcome. For more details, please contact Joan Hogg on 315 3130 or e-mail : joan@nwcarers.org.uk

THE PRODIGAL SON From 3 - 5 August Origin Scotland will be retelling the story of the Prodigal Son & the Father's love, told in 5 cameo scenes by actor Philip Todd & with the help of the Gospel Band, who will perform classic secular rock & blues songs to illustrate the story. The event will be held at 8 pm each night in the Carrubbers Christian Centre, 65 High Street. Tickets are not required & all are welcome.


4 July                   Eric Boyle




Sunday, 30 July

8.45 am : Morning Prayers

10.00 am : Morning Worship

Sunday, 6 August

8.45 am : Morning Prayers with Communion

10.00 am : Morning Worship