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The new carpet is warm and inviting and compliments the newly refurbished area. Thanks are due to the committee for their hardworking fundraising. Holy Week services were very well attended and were inspiring and thought-provoking. The Easter Sunday service led by Rev. Dr Mary Henderson was interesting and uplifting. Thank you to the Sunday School children for gifts and enthusiastic involvement. The flowers for April 12, are being donated by J. Rankine. On door duty are: Mrs I. Strathie, Mrs J. Sherrat, Mrs J. Letham and Mrs E. Gillies. On tea duty are: Mrs H. Pullar, Mrs M. Hoggan, Mrs M. Erskine and Miss M. Brown.
The next concert will be on Friday, April 24, in the Old Folks Hall at 7.30 p.m. when Harry Rennie will come along to entertain. Tickets are priced at £3 or pay at the door.
The Bible teacher in the first of our series of annual April Saturday night ministry meetings at 7 p.m. in the Cotton Lane Gospel Hall will be Mr Alan Smith from Sanquhar. On Sunday, Mr Smith will preach the Gospel and after an interval from 3.45 p.m. to 4 p.m. will continue his Bible teaching. From Monday to Thursday at 7.30 p.m. Mr Smith will also continue his Bible teaching. Tea and biscuits will be served folling these meetings, includiung the interval on Sunday. Everyone is warmly invited.
Laurieston Spiritualist Church will have Gary Robertson from Alloa as guest mediums for its service in the Old Folks Welfare Hall in Mary Street on Monday, April 13. Doors open 6.45 p.m., service starts 7.30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
An evening session is on every Sunday in Laurieston Community Hall (in the park). Doors open 6 p.m., eyes down 6.45 p.m. Two snowballs to play for. Refreshments available. Tel: 07773991931.