Kells Presbyterian Church
Order of Service
12 Noon Sunday 30th October 2022
Welcome and Announcements
ICH 246 You Servants of God
Bible Reading: Ephesians 1:3-14
ICH 250 I Can Talk To God
(Boys and Girls leave for ChurchZone, Bubbles etc)
Prayer of Intercession
ICH 272 Lord, Your Word Shall Guide Us
ICH 515 My Hope Is Built On Nothing Less
We welcome everyone to our service today and trust that you are aware of the presence of the Lord
Today: 6.30 pm Men’s Discipleship Group in The Loft
Mon: 7.00 pm Light Party
Wed: 10.00 am Kells Tots
8.00 pm Joint Midweek Meeting in ESKYLANE
Thurs: 10.00 am Ladies Bible Study
11.45 am Luncheon Club
7.00 pm Music Practice
7.00 pm CE In Eskylane
Sun: 10.45 am Sunday School and Bible Class
11.30 am Prayer Meeting in the Choir Room
12 noon : Rev Boyd (Including sacrament of Baptism)
11.55 am Live Streamed service
6.30 pm Evening Fellowship Service
We are hoping to start music practices for Christmas on Thursday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm, starting this week. Vocalists of all ages and abilities would be very welcome to join us.
On Sunday 20th November at 12 noon we will have a service focused on the Young At Heart and at 6.30 pm we will have our Campaigners Enrolment Service
Young at Heart, over 60s – weekend of fellowship in the Church Hall.
Friday 18th November at 7 pm – Gospel Music Concert.
Joy Boyd – soloist
Trevor Brown – trumpet
John Porter – soloist
Jonathan Reid – poet
A light supper will be provided. A plate will be at the door to cover expenses and go to the Building Fund.
Saturday 19th November at 2:30– 4pm. Afternoon tea. Meet the Cruickshank family.
Sunday 20th November at 12 noon – Young at Heart service in church.
Some of our over 60s will take part in the service.
All over 60s are invited to join us at all of these events.
Please come and support us and bring your friends along.
On Sunday 27th November at 12 noon we will have a Service of Thanksgiving and Remembrance in which we will thank God for His strengthening during the worst of the pandemic and always take time to remember those who could not have normal funerals due to Covid restrictions.