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Cramond Kirk
March 2020

Sunday 1st March 2020 08:45Morning Prayers with Communion Held in the side chapel followed by breakfast in the Committee Room of the Kirk Hall
10:00Morning WorshipA service for all. Adults and children welcome. Creche and Sunday Club.
11:00Reception for Reverend Tom CuthellA reception to mark Tom Cuthell's retirement will be held in the Kirk Hall at the close of the 10 am service. All are welcome.
Thursday 5th March 2020 09:30Cramond Walkers - Clackmannan Tower & Dollar GlenParking on-street in the centre of Clackmannan, the first walk takes us west past Clackmannan Tower and through the outskirts of Alloa, past Alloa Tower, then through Black Devon Wetland and back to the start. We then drive 8 miles to Dollar for a scenic walk in Dollar Glen. https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fife-stirling/clackmannan.shtml https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/fife-stirling/dollar-glen.shtml Meet: Barnton Avenue West at 9.30 am or Clackmannan at 10.15 am.
14:00Barnton & Cramond Community ClubBarnton & Cramond Community Club meet in the Kirk Hall with Jenny Mackay and her "Unspun Fibres" All are welcome
Sunday 8th March 2020 08:45Morning Prayers Held in the side chapel followed by breakfast in the Committee Room of the Kirk Hall
10:00Youth ServiceA service for all. Adults and children welcome. Creche available.
Wednesday 11th March 2020 19:30The Wednesday ClubThe Wednesday Club meets in the Kirk Hall with guest speaker, Jilly McCord - finalist on the BBC's MasterChef. All ladies are welcome
Saturday 14th March 2020 Cramond Kirk Jumble Sale - CANCELLED The Cramond Kirk Jumble Sale has been postponed. We hope to hold it in late August and will post further details nearer the time.
09:30Cramond Walkers - Methven Castle & AlmondbankWe start from King George V Jubilee Park car park, at the eastern end of Methven on A85. Those using public transport can catch Stagecoach Service 15A from Perth at 9.50 am. We walk along the A85 pavement to the grounds of 17thC Methven Castle, then the rest of the walk is along woodland paths and quiet lanes with the opportunity for self-service coffee at a small shop (with outside seating) in the village of Almondbank. There is no suitable café, so picnics are recommended. There is one steepish descent on the walk but ascending gradients are fairly gentle throughout. Meet: Barnton Avenue West at 9.30 am or Methven Jubilee Park at 10.20 am
Sunday 15th March 2020 08:45Morning Prayers Held in the side chapel followed by breakfast in the Committee Room of the Kirk Hall
10:00Morning WorshipA service for all. Adults and children welcome. Creche and Sunday Club.
11:00Congregational AGMThe Congregational AGM will be held in the Kirk straight after the 10 am service. All are welcome.
11:30Kirk Session SeminarThe Kirk Session seminar will be held in the Millennium Room of the Kirk Hall following the Congregational AGM. All members of the congregation are welcome to join the morning session of the seminar. The guest speaker will be Viv Dickenson, the Chief Executive Officer of CrossReach, the Church of Scotland's Social Care Council and as well as explaining the work of CrossReach, she will also be discussing mental health issues. The afternoon session of the seminar is for members of the Kirk Session and will be looking in more detail at the implications of the General Assembly's Radical Action Plan.
Thursday 19th March 2020 Barnton & Cramond Community Club - CANCELLED Barnton & Cramond Community Club has had to cancel today's Springtime Lunch and the rest of their programme for this session. We hope to see you all again in the autumn.
Sunday 22nd March 2020 08:00Prayer & Reflection The Kirk will be open for personal prayer and reflection from 8 am - 11 am. There will be no Sunday services until further notice.
Wednesday 25th March 2020 The Wednesday Club - CANCELLED The Wednesday Club meets in the Kirk Hall when Helen Edwards will be looking at Lauriston Castle and its collections All ladies are welcome
 Cramond Walkers - Lanark's Three Valleys - CANCELLED Meeting point in Lanark is the large free car park at Castlebank Park (NS878435) at the foot of Castlegate, which is a turning off the lower end of the High Street. The walk starts through the quiet back streets of old Lanark then visits the three valleys of the Mouse Water, the Auchenglen Burn and the River Clyde before returning to Castlebank Park. About a third of the walk is along lanes but most of the way is on footpaths. There is a café at Castlebank Park or there are plenty of refreshment facilities in the centre of Lanark. Meet: Barnton Avenue West at 9.30 am or Lanark at 10.30 am
Sunday 29th March 2020 10:00Morning WorshipVery Reverend Dr Russell Barr invites you to join him for Morning Worship on the Kirk website (see "Video" tab) or the Kirk's Facebook page
Monday 30th March 2020 Daily Devotions Russell Barr & Iain Majcher invite you to join them for Daily Devotions on the Kirk's website (see "Video" tab above) and on our Facebook page every day from 8 am.
Tuesday 31st March 2020 Daily Devotions Russell Barr & Iain Majcher invite you to join them for Daily Devotions on the Kirk's website (see "Video" tab above) and on our Facebook page every day from 8 am.