Kenmuir Flowers and Flower Garden Fund
Co-ordinator required for 2020.
Mrs Nannette Dalrymple is retiring from her Flower Calendar
duties as from January 2020 and a volunteer is required to take over from her.
Many thanks to all who contributed towards the beautiful flowers during 2019
and to all those who helped Alex Lister with the flower garden round the church.
Our new Flowers and Flower Garden Fund Co-ordinator will manage contributions
to the fund as before, but it s also anticipated that some flowers will be
available from the Church Garden.
Minister: Rev. Murdo Maclean B.D.OLM*: Dr. Rev. Roland Hunt Ph.D.
- 2405 London Road
- Mount Vernon
- G32 8XT
(Sept - May)
- 1st Sunday in Month
- Sandyhills church or
- Kenmuir Mount Vernon
Prayer and Bible Study
- Wednesday 7.00pm
in Kenmuir Church
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