Renfrew North Parish Church

Church Organisations

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Following advice from the UK Government, and the Church of Scotland, All organisations within Renfrew North are currently suspended, this includes our community coffee bar. 

The Guild

Whose we are and Whom we serve.’

The Guild meets on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesday at 7.30pm, October to March, in the Church Hall.

We have a varied syllabus, and include a Burns Evening, Christmas lunch, and an annual outing at the end of the session.

 

The Guild hold their Annual Rally in Dundee in September each year, with guest speakers and information on the Guild Projects.

Men's Club

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Forget Me Not Cafe

The Forget-me-not Café is for people with Dementia, their families and friends and is free for them to come along whenever it suits them. It is held every Wednesday from 2 pm till 4 pm

The café is run in partnership with Alzheimer Scotland and volunteers from Renfrew North Church.  One or two representatives from Alzheimer Scotland are on hand for you to chat with and get some help and advice.

The programme is varied with some of the following activities:

·        Board Games / Indoor Curling / Colouring and Crafts

·        Musical Bingo

·        Visiting Choirs

·        Reminiscing through photographs and videos

A cup of tea/coffee and some goods are provided – so why not come along and join us for a cuppa, a chat and some FUN activities!

Look forward to seeing you – for further information contact you can contact:

  •  Wendy (Alzheimer Scotland)  0141 887 1289

Or email:  forgetmenot@renfrewnorth.org.uk

Choir

Prayer Group

The Prayer Group meets four times a year

  • September – a time of rededication for the year ahead
  • December – Advent
  • April – Christian Passover
  • June – walk around the church stopping at different areas for prayers, readings and meditations.

The group is very ecumenical and include many people from other local branches of the Christian church. At the meetings there are quiet times, periods when we can name those in need of our prayers and an opportunity to be prayed for, on an individual basis, by Shelia.

 

The meetings always end with tea/coffee and home baking and of course friendly fellowship.

 

Contact

Shelia Love

Email – slove11@hotmail.co.uk