Week beginning Sunday 20th OCTOBER 2019
Bellfield is a residential home for 34 older people and is set in the picturesque town of Banchory in Royal Deeside.
Thanks to God for His continued guidance for the management and staff; enabling staff to provide a warm, comforting and peaceful environment.
Bellfield is thankful for the time given by the many volunteers of the service and pray for their ongoing involvement in the future.
For Gods blessings on the wonderful surroundings of Bellfield and for the everyday miracles of the garden, currently ablaze with the red, gold and rust colours of Autumn.
Thanks for the training courses and trainers, equipping staff with the skills to carry out their daily jobs with confidence.
Gods blessings for managers and seniors of the service as they lead when challenges arise. Help them to make the right decisions to keep Bellfield running as happily as ever.
Thanks for the enthusiasm of the residents who take part in the activities at Bellfield.
Looking forward to the winder months and all they will bring; May God bless all those who live and work here at Bellfield.
As always the church will have a 'deep clean' this week in preparation for the Lord's Supper next Sunday. If you can spare an hour or two to help, it will be much appreciated. If you are unable to, then please remember you can still ' do your bit' by remembering each other in prayer this week and feel free to come along and share some fellowship at tea and toast time approx. 10.30 am each morning. The times are 9am - 9pm on Monday, 9am-3pm on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Meet tomorrow night 7.30 in St Edward's. Rev Kay, Jean Cane and Marie Gault are Jackson's representatives in this group.
ALL organisations are OFF this week due to Communion Cleaning.
These are in elders pigeon holes and ready for distribution to member's homes.. Can all elder's please try and make sure they are delivered before next Sunday. Thanks
As part of their badge work the Brigader section are doing the Backpack Project for Mary's Meals. They are looking for used Backpacks and pencil cases as well as summer outfits ( shorts/T.Shirts/Skirts/ Dresses) for children age range 4 - 12 years old. If you are doing a clear out and can help it would be much appreciated. They are also looking for sandal/flip-flops which would fit the same age range. You can bring it to the church on Sunday's or take it to the Girls Brigade on a Wednesday night. Thank you, Captain Linda Welsh
The Metro - This shopping trip is on Saturday 30th November. Rev Kay will put a sheet for names in the vestibule next week. It is £5 deposit and cost as usual will depend on how many people go. So, as 'they' now say SAVE THE DATE!!
Final Official Anniversary Celebration - Friday 29th November, the Heart and Soul Swing Band of the Church of Scotland will be coming to entertain us. Spread the word, admission is free - more details to flow in coming weeks. SAVE THE DATE!!