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Our final review as a New Charge Development will take place over 24th-26th May. The review team will visit us over that weekend and join with us in worship on Sunday 26th May. We thought that we could best showcase our faith by presenting a cafe style service for our visitors. 

We will meet on Monday 13th May at the manse at 7.30pm to plan the service. The title is a very appropriate one for the occassion it's "The Power of Listening". Lets hope that this proves to be a good omen for the putcome of the review. Please come and join us if you want to participate in the service.

As a New Charge Development Stewartfield church has been subject to reviews by the Joint Emerging Ministries Group for a number of years. We now come to our final review which will take place from 24th - 26th May. A commission will visit us over that period, headed up by Linda Walker from Hamilton Presbytery. The review will culminate in a Cafe Style service on 26th May when the members of the commission will join us for praise, and talk to the congegation afterwards/during the service. 

If you can, we would be delighted if you could come along to support us on 26th May.

Our annual presentation of church accounts will take place on 12th May after Sunday worship. 

This is a requirement of the Church of Scotland every year. The congregation will have received their copy of the accounts prior to the meeting, and be able to ask questions. Hopefully we will then get the congregations approval for the accounts, and so another year starts for our extremely competent Treasurer.

Special Cafe Service - The Power of Listening

To mark our final review as a New Charge Development, we are having a special cafe service. The team who come to carry out the review will be joining us for worship on 26th May.  Our strength is in the fellowship within our congregation. We have found that a forum, such as cafe service, provides an opportunity to explore our faith in a warm and friendly environment. We have grown in faith and confidence over the past few years and tackled many difficult issues in our cafe services. The service is led by the congregation and more and more people are willing to participate and share their beliefs at these services.  

How often were you told as a child "dont discuss politics or religion" when you are out with people, Well we are all too happy to do just that and happily exchange views and experiences of our faith journey with others. We are the living stones of our Church and Jesus is our cornerstone.  Come and join us, you wont be disappointed.




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Stewartfield Community Centre

Macneish Way

G744TT beside Morrisons