Monthly Community Lunch Club.
Monday Future date TBC
12pm til 1.30pm
Homemade soup, filled roll with tea or coffee and biscuits for £2.50
All members of the community welcome, particularly the elderly and those who live alone. Bring friends but most of all enjoy lunch with new friends.
Community Craft Club
This club has been discontinued meantime due to a lack of interest.
Watch this space for further updates
For all future month by month events
Stirling Start Up is helped by 2-3 volunteer members of our congregation and we have an
intimation every week to remind the congregation, all of whom give generously to the cause.
Look at our EVENTS page today.
Board and Session Members
Allan Church also supports Mary's Meals every year. This year we have already collected towards their cause.
Allan Church Missionary Statement
“To be God’s Missionary Church in Bannockburn, to welcome all people and to provide for their Spiritual Care”.
Prayers for the month.
If any member of the congregation requires transport
or any church
social event, then
please let Janette Russell or Margaret Baxter know and something will be organised for you.
Regretfully, on the 17th March, in light of the Coronavirus affecting the nation, we have been advised by Stirling Presbytery to close our doors meantime for the protection of our congregation, all hall users and the wider community. Stay well and safe and we are praying for you all.
In the meantime our locum minister has created a short service for your use.
on this picture
for this week's
click "Play All"
Board and Session Members
Bible Study and Prayer group.
Allan Church hall.
Future dates TBC
Listen or take part, ask questions
or just absorb the chat, all informal but with a cuppa.
Look forward to seeing you.
Please remember the Flower Rota!
Small donation accepted for floral displays in church and vestibule, or donations of £25 for specific date or memorable occasion.
Our service is presented on powerpoint to assist the congregation. Hymn books and pew bibles are still available.
Sunday school commences after the "All Age Address" part of our service.
A creche isalso available for young children at this time
(and parents if they wish) .
What's on this month!
We are currently in vacancy.
We would love to hear from you.
If you are interested please
get in touch with us through
our Profile page.
Comes from worshipping at the Allan Church.
Scottish Charity No. SC002953
TuesdayCoffee morning in Allan Hall
10.00 till 11.30am
Future dates to be confirmed
- a great social occasion!
If you can volunteer to help at the Tuesday coffee mornings then pop along on a Tuesday and speak to the team members on duty or contact Margaret Tough – rota is 3 weekly.
We are currently holding special prayer time at the beginning of our services to pray a new minister
will be with us soon.
Board and Session
meet 2nd Wednesday
of every month at 7.00p.m
Next meeting TBC.
All elders and board members are encouraged to attend to discuss church business.
For more information
The Gift of a Smile
picture for his
You Tube Channel
2020 weekly/monthly events.
FUND RAISING WEBSITE
We have subscribed to a company called Easy Fundraiser, which helps us with fundraising at no extra cost to yourselves, apart from what you would be buying anyway. Please help support us too, by just cutting and pasting the link below into your browser, pick the Allan Church Bannockburn as your chosen cause, then place your order
We thank you in anticipation of
If you know of anyone who has no access
to the internet and know they would like to listen to the minister, you can let them know he has recorded a short message for the congregation which can be accessed free via a home phone.
Starting date 17th May Call 01786 641089.
There will be a new message every week for you to listen to.
Refuse to be discouraged, refuse to be distressed,
For when we are despondent, our life cannot be blessed.
For doubt and fear and worry close the door to faith and prayer,
For there’s no room for blessings when we’re lost in deep despair.
So remember when your troubled with uncertainty and doubt,
It is best to tell Our Father what our fear is all about.
For unless we seek His guidance when troubled times arise,
We are bound to make decisions that are twisted and unwise.
But when we view our problems, through the eyes of God above,
misfortunes turn to blessings and hatred turns to love.
Helen Steiner Rice.
About our church
We are currently in vacancy
Food bank donations are even more important now and there are still 2 ways to donate IF you are currently able:
A financial donation https://startupstirling.org.uk/
At the designated trolley in
supermarkets when doing
HOW TO FIND OUR CHURCH.
We are living through difficult times but are reassured knowing that you are with us. Hopefully we are seeing a blink of light at the end of the tunnel but we need to continue to be patient, so that we do not undo all the hard work already done. Please help us to do this Lord.
We pray for all our NHS staff especially those working at the front line during this virus. Keep them safe Lord, we thank you for their skill, dedication and bravery as they face this crisis. A crisis never before witnessed in our lifetime.
We pray for all those who have lost a loved one during this time of lockdown. A time when they have been unable to sit and comfort those who are dying during their last days and hours, a time when they cannot lay them to rest with friends and family by their sides. Heavenly Father, continue to give them the strength and comfort they so need.
We pray for all who are separated from family members. Sons and daughters who cannot visit elderly parents, mums and dads separated from their children, and grandparents and grandchildren who long to see each other.
We thank you Lord for the technology that has been able to keep some of those families in touch with each other through skype and face chat etc.
We pray for our church friends Lord. We miss meeting with them every Sunday for worship and for all the other activities we share together. We thank you Lord that Rev. Ken Russell is keeping us together with his weekly online service, something we look forward to very much. We pray Lord that it won’t be long until we can all meet and worship together in our beautiful church once again.
God’s blessings to each and every one of you.
Until we can meet together again, stay safe.
The Bannockburn Allan supports
Start Up Stirling Food crisis Centre.
They regularly require:
Kitchen towel rolls
Tinned vegetables esp Potatoes
Cereal bars and breakfast cereal
If you follow the link to Ken’s You Tube channel you can access previous services.
When you get to Ken’s channel, press PLAYLISTS.
This will show you the playlists for each service/reflection.
Click on the one you want.