What's on?


RETIRING COLLECTION Last Sunday’s retiring collection in aid of Mary’s Meals raised £342.75.

KIRK SESSION The next Kirk Session meeting will take place at 7.30 pm on Monday, 26 June in the Kirk Hall. Could those elders who do not receive their papers via e-mail, please collect them from the Session House. Members of the congregation are welcome to attend.

AN EVENING WITH MR & MRS EX-MODERATOR Russell & Margaret invite you to join them in the Kirk on Friday, 23 June at 7.30 pm. As well as an illustrated talk on some of the highlights of their year, they will be joined by their 2 chaplains, Ian Gilmour & Moira MacDonald for a question & answer session with Jimmy Spankie as interviewer. All are welcome.

A GARDEN ON SHOW The Malone’s garden is looking good & they're keen to share it so please come along for a wander around on Sunday, 25 June between 2 & 5 pm at 23 Corbiehill Road. Tea & coffee will be available! 

COMFY ARMCHAIR Has anyone a neat & comfy little armchair which they could donate to the Kirk crèche for story time? It would be much appreciated by the crèche helpers & save their knees! If you do, please contact Louise in the Kirk Office on 336 2036 or at cramond.kirk@blueyonder.co.uk

CHAIR-BASED EXERCISE CLASSES If you or someone you know would be interested in a regular, gentle exercise class, Ageing Well are running weekly chair-based exercise classes in the Kirk Hall at 1.30 pm every Monday. There’s no need to book, you simply turn up on the day. A contribution of £2 would be welcome. For further details, please contact the Ageing Well team on 458 2183 or e-mail : ageingwell@edinburghleisure.co.uk

SPONSOR A DUCK! Cramond Scouts, in association with Habitat for Humanity, are holding a Duck Race on Saturday, 24 June from 2 pm Come & watch 500 plastic ducks taking to the River Almond at 3.30 pm, just below the weir at the bottom of School Brae & finishing outside Cramond Boat Club, where all the ducks will be collected by Scouts in canoes. At just £2 per duck, you could win the 1st prize of £50, 2nd prize of £30 or 3rd prize of £20. Duck tickets can be bought in advance from any Cramond Beaver, Cub, Scout or Explorer or contact duckrace@cramond-scouts.org.uk.  Duck tickets are also available at the start line from 2 pm. There’ll be a BBQ, stalls & sideshows: tombola, cake stall, hook-a-duck, crockery smash & many more near the Boat Club. You can even buy a burger & drink for just £3 in advance when buying a £2 duck ticket. Please come & join in the fun!


Rory Allan              son of David & Madeline Brookes

Findlay Joseph      son of Andrew & Grace Jeffrey


17 June                 James Beaumont to Rebecca Hodge





Sunday, 25 June

8.45 am : Morning Prayers

10.00 am : Morning Worship

Sunday, 2 July

8.45 am : Morning Prayers with Communion

10.00 am : Morning Worship