To celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee our group of volunteer Gardener’s have planted out our Church gardens in an apt red, white and blue colour scheme. The Church gardens are looking very good just now and and are receiving many admiring glances from passersby!
The Stitchers have been busy creating knitted decorations for the Church Sanctuary to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.
Fresh flowers have been reintroduced to the Church Sanctuary on Sunday mornings again and the first two bunches were displayed on the Communion Table in the Sanctuary this morning, 15th May.
Thank you to Helen B. and Annette W. who have volunteered to help with the Church flowers. If your name was on the rota previously or your would like to add your name to donate flowers/money for flowers to be distributed to Church members, please speak to Helen at this time. They aim for two bunches of flowers, costing £30 resuming on 15th May.
Memorial Garden Seat
Thank you to the Gardening Team for putting the memorial garden seat, for the late Robert Philip, back into position at the front of the Church overlooking the garden. The seat has been in storage for the last two summers due to Covid regulations but after a spring clean by the Gardeners it is now back in position and looking great. Hopefully it will benefit some people to enjoy a wee seat while admiring the Church gardens during the summer time.
Poppy’s in the garden – November 2020
Blythswood Care Shoebox Appeal 2019
Grangemouth Children’s Day – Participants Visit – July 2019
Grangemouth Gala Day – June 2019
Baby Group – Christmas 2018
Stained Glass Windows
Below are some pictures of our beautiful stained glass windows after our main east facing window was overhauled recently.
50 Years Service Presentation
Congratulations and grateful thanks to Fraser Binnie for fifty years of dedicated service as an Elder in the Church of Scotland.
Fraser, who was ordained in 1968, was presented with his Long Service Certificate by Woodie Speirs, Session Clerk, in the presence of our Minister, the Rev. Alison Meikle on Sunday 18th February 2018 at Zetland Parish Church, Grangemouth.