Office Hours:

Tue, Wed and Thu: 9.30am to 12pm

T: 0141 620 2204

E: contact@parkchurch.org.uk

 
Events
Bible Study 21st January
Bible Study
The next Bible Study will be held in the Session House

All are welcome.


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A VERY TRADITIONAL AFTERNOON TEA

 

SATURDAY 22nd FEBRUARY 2012 FROM 2PM TILL 4PM

Please come along to enjoy Sandwiches Scones and Cakes

(please note no need to have lunch before you come)

Tickets are available from committee members

Adults - £5; Children under 12 - £2

 

Please come and see the UNWANTED TREASURE STALL

Donations (small unwanted items) for the stall will be gratefully received


Thank you for your support 

The Parks's own Contact Team

Sunday Morning Service January 19th

God’s Call our Response

Good morning everyone – good to see you here in church today
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There is an internet Blog  called Thoughts about God. Now for those who are not familiar with digital technology and terminology this is a sort of online diary where people offers reflections, on a variety of subjects and in one of the Thoughts about God  reflections titled Embracing God’s Call  there is a prayer I have that cribbed into this devotion.

Dear Heavenly Father, create in me a faithful heart that is sensitive to your prompting. Empower and equip me to be your hands, feet, and voice among those I encounter in my life journey. Amen.

 

We welcome the Rev Jim Gemmell and his wife Catherine who will and conduct worship today along with our friends from Carnwadric who join us to meet with him later.  A man my wife and I met many years some years ago in Drummnadrochit when he discovered I was a parish minister told me that he felt that ministers were strange people as they only heard God’s Call once every 7 yrs usually when it was time to move.  The truth of course is that God’s Call is an everyday story where He leads us and guides us always. The Psalmist said, “ Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. (Psalm 119:105 )

As Rev Gemmell Explores where God is leading him in our service this morning, the above prayer is a good place to begin in the search of God’s lead and direction and we hope that all will enjoy the challenge of God’s Word and Worship this morning – being sensitive to God’s prompting empowering us and equipping us to be His hands, feet, and voice among those We encounter.” Do you know what? We don’t need to be a minister for that to happen to us . Have a good week and see you next Sunday



Calum D. Macdonald

The Park Church
Ravenscliffe Dr,
Giffnock, Glasgow
G46 7QS
Tel 0141 620 2204


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