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Public worship on Sunday at 11 a.m. will be led by the Rev. Andrew Moore. Crèche and Sunday School meet every week and tea and coffee are served after the service. On offering and door duty are: W. Clark, Mrs C. Leishman, Mrs R. Baird and Miss A. Sim. On tea duty are: Christina Wojcik and Karen Black.
There will be a morning service on Sunday at 11 a.m. Youth class during service. Refreshments served at close. The service at 6 p.m. will be taken by Neill Inness from Edinburgh. The hour of prayer is on Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. All welcome.
Why not join our walking groups? They leave the Community Centre every Tuesday at 10 a.m. and now Saturday at 10 a.m. The walks are free and open to all abilities. For information contact us on (01324) 504556 or e-mail: email@example.com
To help raise funds for Rachel House (CHAS), the Carronvalley Motorcyle Club has its ninth annual Easter Egg Run on Sunday, April 5, starting at the Falkirk Wheel at 10 a.m. Any readers who ride scooters, tricycles, or motorcycles or who just like the spectacle of a couple of hundred motorcycles in convoy are very welcome to join in. This is done with the co-operation of Police Scotland, local and road authorities. The route takes in the Clackmannanshire Bridge to Kinross with a representative group going into Kinross itself. A sample few will go to Rachel House to allow the children to sit on the bikes and perhaps rev them up. Further information can be had from the CHAS website or from Carron Valley Motorcycle Club on Facebook, or telephone Wullie on 07752 844698 or Tam on 0794 906 0336, www.carronvalleymcc.net