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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: 07773 991 931.
Laurieston Spiritualist Church will have Jay Burnett from Bo’ness as guest mediums for its service in the Old Folks Welfare Hall in Mary Street on Monday, June 29. Doors open 6.45 p.m., service starts 7.30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
The preacher at the 4 p.m. Sunday meeting in the Cotton Lane Gospel Hall is Mr Jim Pender from Bo’ness. Please note the change of time. Everyone is warmly welcome.
Many thanks to all who made Friday’s lunch and enjoyable success, including those who attended, who generously donated catering, stall goods and raffles, who prepared and served food, and most of all Laurieston School Choir, who delighted all present with their enthusiastic singing led by Miss Calderwood. We wish the P7 pupils good luck in their senior school. As a result the sum of £500 plus helps the upkeep of the hall, but most of all the mix of young and old members of the village is to be commended.
At Communion morning worship, Rev. Dr Henderson prepared members, before reading Psalm 24, of the background history some three thousand years ago, comparing their important gatherings with the General Assembly in Edinburgh. Sacrament of Communion followed. On door duty next Sunday, June 28, are Mrs I. Strathie, Mrs J. Sherrat, Mrs J. Letham and Mrs E. Gillies; on tea duty are Mrs J. Currie, Mrs I. White, Mrs C. Park and Mrs S. Marshall. The flowers for June 28 are being donated by Mrs Elizabeth Thomson. Young Connor from Redding and Westquarter, was the happy winner of Paddington, choosing the date of his journey as July 7, congratulations to Connor.