A joint service with the West Kirk will be held in Riverside at 10:45am this Sunday, 13th November 2016
Dumbarton Riverside and the West Kirk will be sharing summer services again this year, with July services being held at the West Kirk and August Services at Riverside, all starting at 10am.
Our Easter Messy Church was very busy with our best attendance of children and adults yet.
As usual the children delighted in many Easter crafts such as egg decorating, Easter cake making, small crosses decorated in stained glass window fashion, Easter baskets etc.
It is lovely to see children of all ages using their imagination and skills and producing something of their very own.
The Games Hall was vey busy with children and parents enjoying themselves in all the activities on offer there.
Everyone later went through to the Main Hall to have their appetites and thirsts quenched by a lovely supper which included such delights as hot dogs, sandwiches, cakes, ice cream and juice.
The supper was followed as usual by a story, in this case the Easter Story, and finally a sing-song.
Monday 21st March
Service in Dumbarton: West Kirk at 7:00pm
Tuesday 22nd March
Service in Dumbarton: St. Andrew’s at 7:00pm
Wednesday 23rd March
Service in Dalreoch United Free at 7:00pm
Thursday 24th March Maundy
Communion Service in Dumbarton: Riverside at 12:00 noon
Passover Meal in St. Augustine’s at 7:00pm
Friday 25th March
Walk of Witness followed by a service in the Town Centre at Noon.
Good Friday Service in Dumbarton: Riverside at 7:00pm.
Sunday 27th March
Sunday Service in Dumbarton: Riverside at 10:00am
Christmas Services will again be held jointly with The West Kirk
A reminder that the next Messy Church event is tomorrow night.
Messy Church Christingle
Come and join us for our Christingle Messy Church session. Remember your orange now!
Find out more at http://www.dumbartonriverside.org.uk/organisations/messy-church/
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The Church of Scotland online Advent calendar will go live on December 1st, and already thousands have submitted their email addresses to receive daily updates.
On each of the 24 days of Advent, the calendar will feature a short video from a Church of Scotland minister. The videos are all inspired by a line from the Bible, a carol or a poem, and are designed as a daily moment of reflection to consider why Christmas is such a special time.