NEWS AND INTIMATIONS

PUBLIC WORSHIP TAKES PLACE EVERY SUNDAY.  

  Following the closure of Stamperland Church at the end of June 2022, all worship will take place at Netherlee.

The final service in Stamperland Church took place on Sunday, 26th June 2022 and the former church buildings are currently being advertised for sale.   The closing time and date for offers is noon on Friday, 19th August.   

Order of Service and intimations for Sunday, 14th August

                           Sunday, 14th August               10.30 am Morning Worship at Netherlee Church - Mrs Sheila Morrow

                           Sunday, 21st August                10.30 am Morning Worship at Netherlee Church - Rev Scott Blythe 

                           Sunday, 28 th August               10.30 am Morning Worship at Netherlee Church - Rev Scott Blythe

 

Wednesday Morning Service at Netherlee Church

Wednesday morning services will resume in the autumn

Netherlee Sanctuary Roof Project

The builder`s start date is likely to be the end of August 2022

with the re-rooding and stone repair work finished by March 2023. 

The estimated cost of the work is around £800,000.

We will have access to the Sanctuary and the Lesser Sanctuary on Sundays throughout the contract

so worship will continue as normal.

During the week, Health & Safety regulations will prevent access to spaces “under the builders”

and this will impact on the Wednesday service, the Monday Lunch Club and the Guild.

THE GUILD

The Guild meets on alternate Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2.00 pm from September to March. 

Please see the Order of Service for information on the next meetings.     

Click for details of the 2021 - 22 syllabus. 

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THE FORUM

The Netherlee and Stamperland Church Forum meets once a month on Wednesdays between September and April.

Information on future Forum meetings will appear here. 

BOOK CLUB

The Book Club has been meeting virtually, via Zoom, this year.   We usually have a light-hearted discussion and a chat about our chosen book. Not everyone likes every book, but that’s ok, as it makes the discussions more interesting.

We all enjoy the conversations and the fact that we read books we might not have chosen ourselves.

We are a friendly group of people and welcome new members.

CLARKSTON CHUCHES TOGETHER

Clarkston Churches Together (CCT) is a vibrant and dynamic organisation enabling churches of all denominations within the Clarkston area to work, worship and enjoy a wide variety of fellowship together.   Events planned for the year 2021 - 22 can be found by clicking this link.  You can read about some past CCT events here.