posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:10 by Liz Barthram

 What is a Men’s Shed ?

A social active space open to all men 18-80

A Men’s Shed is directed by the interests of the members

Normally you find in a Shed- Woodwork ,DIY, Electronics and games.

It’s an opportunity to make something with your skills and learn some new ones.

MOST important is the Kettle- So come along for a blether.

Next session is on February 15th 12.30pm / 2.30pm in the Recreation Centre, just come along or phone Paul Creechan on 0738895509 to find out more.


posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:10 by Liz Barthram

BEETLE  DRIVE,  Bake House Café, Wednesday,  20th  February 2019 at 7pm £15/couple.  Beetle Drive Games, tea/coffee, scone, cream and jam & tasties.  ALL PROCEEDS TO STREET LEVEL


posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:09 by Liz Barthram

  Our shopping list for this week includes:- diluting juice, UHT milk,  tinned spaghetti, tinned pasta meals, tinned carrots, tinned potatoes, sauce for pasta, tuna, chopped tomatoes, tomato ketchup, coffee and bleach. We are also short of carrier bags so if your stash needs reducing, please pass them onto us.

Thank you to all for your continuing support. Open at 66 High St, Carluke from 10 to 12, Monday to Friday. 


posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:09 by Liz Barthram

 Greetings in Christ. Thank you very much for the transfer of Ksh, 51,169 which has been credited, God Bless You.

We have had a serious challenge in sorting out school fees for four children. Please continue praying for my health. Always praying for you too. Blessings, Julius.


posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:08 by Liz Barthram

 The theme this year is The Merciful Humility of God. Weekly Friday lunchtime reflections during Lent beginning Friday 8th March for 6 weeks. A soup and bread lunch will be served at 12 noon (£5 per week) followed by a time of reflection for Lent at 12.30pm for approx. 30minutes.

For more information please contact Rev Elizabeth Clelland, 860716 or email .

REQUIRED volunteer drivers

posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:08 by Liz Barthram

REQUIRED The pastoral care team need volunteer drivers willing to assist with the transport to church of members of the congregation who would not otherwise be able to attend services. 

If you feel able to help please contact the church office or myself, Willie Macsween pastoral care co-ordinator, 01555 771248


posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:08 by Liz Barthram

THE WORLD DAY OF PRAYER is on Friday, 1st March in Law Parish Church, at 1.30pm.  A warm invitation is extended to everyone. The theme this year is "Come  -  Everything Is Ready"  and is written by Christian Women from Slovenia. Come to Praise, Thank and Proclaim the Kingdom of Love.

A cup of Tea and Coffee will be served in the Church hall after the service.


posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:07 by Liz Barthram

THE GUILD AT KIRKTON  -   Our next meeting is on Tuesday, 19th February, in the Small Hall, at 7.30pm.

Our Guest Speaker is Rev. Stewart Cutler from St Ninian's Church, Stonehouse.  He is speaking on this year's Guild Theme  "Seeking the Way". Stewart and his family are well known in Kirkton and the Guild would be delighted

if you are able to join us.


posted 15 Feb 2019, 03:07 by Liz Barthram

ANNUAL ACCOUNTS of Church Groups should be in the hands of the Treasurer after auditing and no later than mid-February. Thank you for your co-operation.


posted 8 Feb 2019, 02:59 by Liz Barthram

LANARK & DISTRICT U3A will meet in the Memorial Hall, Lanark on  Wednesday 20th February at 2pm. Tommy Lawton will give a talk about the Forth and Clyde Canal. Retired and semi-retired welcome.

More info @

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