After over a decade working with churches in Helensburgh, Tina Kemp becomes the Locum Minister of the linked charge of Duntocher Trinity and St Cuthbert’s churches.
Riverside sends Tina and the congregations of Trinity and St Cuthbert’s our very best wishes as they embark on this new ministry together.
Further details can be found on the Scottish Christian website:
Galatians 1 v 1 – 15 and 9 v 57 – 62
Galatians 3 v 15 – 22 and 4 v 1 – 17
As from 16th June tea, coffee and biscuits will be served by members of the Social & Projects Committee in the Main Hall after morning worship. Please come along and enjoy some time socialising with friends and members of the Congregation.
Anyone wishing to volunteer to help please contact Jean Ballantyne
Matthew 5 v 38-48 and 6 v 5 – 15
A congregation of people from ten Dumbarton churches gathered in glorious sunshine on the site of St Patrick’s chapel, near the Governor’s House, on Dumbarton Rock on Saturday for a multi-faith service to celebrate the 1450th anniversary of the arrival of St Columba in Scotland.
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With the Sunday School prize giving held during this service, members of the Sunday School will deliver the readings:
- Penny will read from 1 Corinthians 13
- Stuart will read from St Mark 10
The next service will be held on Saturday 8th June at noon. Please contact Tim Rhead directly if you wish to attend – post a comment on the contacts page if you want his email address.
The text for our Trinity Sunday service will be:
- Acts 1: v1-11
- Luke 24: v36-49
On the Church of Scotland website, Rev Tom Gordon, Retired Chaplain of Marie Curie Hospice, offers his thoughts on Trinity Sunday, along with further suggestions from the Bible.
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