Biggar Parish Church


Welcome to our service this morning. Children aged between 3 and 11 years are welcome to go with the teachers to Sunday Club after the second hymn. 

There are pew bags in the vestibule with activities to keep wee ones occupied.

Prayer meeting in St. Mary’s Hall at 7.30pm this evening.

NB next Sunday’s service will be Café Church in St. Mary’s Hall. Please tell any friends who find getting up to the church difficult.

Session meeting next Sunday afternoon, 20th January at 1pm.

Michele and Peter Guinness will be with us over the weekend of January 26th/27th. Michele will speak at a meeting for women on the morning of the 26th, followed by lunch, and in the evening they will both speak at a meeting for all. They will both take part in our Sunday services. If you would like to come but can't use the Eventbrite ticketing online please sign the sign up sheet. We want to encourage people to invite friends to both of the Saturday events—but particularly women to invite friends who don’t usually come to church to the morning event. There will be good food!! Invitations available at coffee or the vestibule For more information see the article in News and Views. Please book if you plan to come (although people can turn up on the day—it would just help with planning to know numbers) Book on

New Courses just starting
• Freedom in Christ. It is not too late if you would like to join this course. This is an 11 week course on Thursday evenings for any Christian who would like to be set free from all the things that hold us back from growing as Christians and bearing fruit in our daily lives.

• The Prayer Course—a 6 week course on Monday evenings for anyone who would like to learn more about prayer and get excited about praying. This will start on Monday 21st of January.

• There may also be an Alpha course for folk exploring faith. Contact Mike if you are interested in this.

If you would like to know more about any of these speak to the minister, Jane Fucella or Elly Sutherland, or find someone who has done the course.
Biggar Kirk Quiz. Friday 1st. February. 7.15 p.m. for 7.30 start. Please notify Bill Gourlay ( or 220493 ) as soon as possible of your team entry. A team of four friends will enjoy a light-hearted social evening with refreshments for only £5 each person and all proceeds go to church funds. There will also be a raffle for which we would welcome prizes if you would kindly leave them at the church door over the next 2 Sundays.

Presbytery Mission Conference will take place on Saturday Feb. 2nd,
10am-3.30pm at Greyfriars Church, Lanark. The theme is Resourcing
Mission and the keynote speaker will be Carol Finlay who is the Twinning
& Local Development Secretary, World Mission Council of the Church of
Scotland. There will be presentations on Twinning with other Churches
and Presbyteries abroad and the HIV Programme. There will also be
opportunities to break into smaller groups and mix with people from other
congregations and share experiences you and they may have had in
relation to Local Mission such as Engaging Young People, Drop-in Support
for people with memory difficulties and their carers, Clydesdale Food
Bank and Listening Initiatives. In order to confirm your attendance please
email or telephone 01555 752389 by
Thursday, 24 January. A light lunch will be provided. If you have any
dietary requirements such as gluten free please make inform us of this
when you confirm your attendance.

Messy Church in Black Mount will be on Saturday Feb 2nd 4-6pm. All

Rotas. A new Bible reader’s rota for the next 6 months is available.
Please see Sharon Wilkie or Jane Fucella if you would like a paper copy.
Rotas for sound, Power Point and coffee would all appreciate extra
volunteers. Appropriate training given!

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