Women’s & Men’s Ministry
Our Women’s & Men’s Ministry provides a varied programme across the year for all ages and stages of life. You’re welcome to come along to any of our events listed to find out more
We meet together to enjoy fellowship, cultivate friendships and share lunch. Contrary, perhaps, to popular opinion, it is not a meeting for “retired gentlemen” but is in fact open to all men of all ages so if you are free for any of our meetings on Friday mornings (we usually meet two Fridays a month at 10:30am) you will be made more than welcome. Here’s our programme until June 2017.
|February||10th - Musical Presentation and Organ Dissection with Donald Cameron and military trumpeter David Bramwell
24th - Rev Alastair Donald on his work as chaplain at Heriot Watt University
|March||10th - Tom Breimaier on CH Spurgeon's biblical interpretation through his sermons at the Metropolitan Tabernacle
24th - Sheena Orr on her work as chaplain at Saughton Prison, the purpose of prison and the opportunities to share the Christian message
|April||7th - CC member Gordon Lobban will share his testimony
21st - AGM
|May||12th - Life at Edinburgh Theological Seminary - Jim Gladstone now in his 2nd year will share something of his life at ETS and what led to such a significant change in his life.
26th - Barbecue at Canty Bay
|June||9th - Christian Heritage Walking Tour with Paul James Griffiths
23rd - Eric Scott - member at Carrubers on The Spiritual Aspects of Bereavement.
The first outreach event of this year is on Thursday 19th January at 7.30pm. 10 pin bowling at Fountain Park. A great way to introduce family, friends, neighbours and colleagues to other Christians and Christian fellowship. Tickets cost £10 for 2 games a sharing latter and drinks. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up
Our Women’s Ministry seeks to challenge and encourage women to grow in their faith and become more Christ like through bible study.
Timeout – an all age bible study every Tuesday during term time with creche facilities for mums with tots. We start 9.30ish with tea & coffee and finish by 11am. This term we’re studying Hebrews. If you live in the south of the city and would like to sign up for Timeout South West contact email@example.com
Women’s Ministry Events – we run regular Saturday bible teaching events for women at all ages and stages of life. There’s usually food involved as well as great bible teaching.
Scottish Women’s Bible Convention – a new initiative for 2016 and attended by almost 500 women from across Scotland. Book now to secure a place for the 2017 event 0n Saturday 7th October at Charlotte Chapel. Next year’s speaker is Clare Heath-Whyte, author of the best selling book Old Wives Tales. www.scottishwomensbibleconvention.com
Women’s Morning Fellowship – for a more traditional gathering, many of our older women meet on a Thursday morning at 10am during term time for fellowship, a talk, tea, coffee & refreshments. All are welcome.
23rd Mar – Mr Gordon Thomson
Craft Time – We meet together at 7.30pm on the dates below for an informal time catching up on our craft projects and learning new ones. We have regular masterclasses and there’s always delicious home baking. Our programme of masterclasses for this term is below and you can sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- January 18th – welcome event and introduction to our charity project, Days for Girls
- February 15th – charity project, Days for Girls
- March 15th – masterclasses in jewellery and an Easter project and charity project, Days for Girls