This week’s Intimations
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BALERNO VILLAGE SCREEN March Films 24th and 25th
Friday 24th Captain Fantastic (15) 7.30pm, St Joseph’s Hall Saturday 25th Pete’s Dragon (PG) 2.30pm, St Joseph’s Hall Hunt for the Wilderpeople (12a) 7.30, St Joseph’s Hall Tickets are FREE from www.balernovillagescreen.com or the Mill Café, any problems call Iain Smith 0131 478 1721
PENTLAND SINGERS are to sing at St Giles Cathedral this Sunday (19th)
PENTLAND SINGERS are to sing at St Giles Cathedral this Sunday “St Giles at 6.00”. They will be singing sacred songs old and new from The Hallelujah Chorus to Spirituals, Vivaldi to Carl Jenkins. All are welcome.
Remember the Foodbank
Unfortunately there are many who can’t afford to feed themselves, the Foodbank helps. Dried and tinned goods can be left in the box in St Joseph’s Hall. All donations are taken to the foodbank at Holy Trinity Church, Wester Hailes for distribution to people suffering hardship. Thank you everyone, there is still a tremendous need for your donations!
Any Old Ink Cartridges?
Re-cycle your ink cartridges and help Christian Aid at the same time; spent, or full, Canon, Epson and HP ink cartridges can all be used. The recycling point is the grey bin in St Joseph’s Hall, just inside the door but likes a change of scene which means it can sometimes be found nearer the bookshelves.
Dinner Discussion – 22nd March
Come and enjoy good food, good company and hear about The Pentland Hills – Past, Present and Future. John Stirling from Friends of the Pentlands will be talking. Tickets (£17) from Fellowship Committee Members, Richard Henderson (RICHARDMHENDERSON@gmail.com) or David Booth (email@example.com).
Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 : Don’t Feed Exploitation
Huge thanks from the Fairtrade Village Group to everyone who made yesterday’s Fairtrade Morning such a success: customers, stallholders, workers with kids; poets, school staff, and competition judges; settersup, clearers-up, washers-up and cashers-up; photographer, sound technician, amazing Guild refreshers and all other bakers; welcomers, our Market Traders’ Licence Magician, and too many other kind helpers to mention – we know who […]
Take a FAIRTRADE break in Balerno!
Don’t miss Balerno’s 2017 Fairtrade Fortnight Coffee/Craft Morning! This Saturday 4th March 2017 10am – 12 noon in St Joseph’s Centre. Refreshments; home baking (yes please to donations of baking!) and warm Guild hospitality; lovely FT food and craft stalls enabling some of the world’s poorest producers to support their families; children’s activities; Dean Park’s prizewinning poets and FT […]
Do Lent Generously
LENT started 1st March 2017. Let us all commit to “40acts: do Lent generously”, 40 days of giving back, doing good and living generously. Join the 40acts movement this Lent. Sign up for 40acts, on the website: www.40acts.org.uk, click on “get started” and click on the “groups” icon. Enter your name, email address, group […]
A Summer Teaching in Cambodia
On Sunday 12th February Annabelle MacDonald (the first Louise Duncan Bursar) told us of her summer spent teaching children in Cambodia. As well as telling us how much education is valued and needed she made a film which we hope will be available shortly. Here is Annabelle, after the service, pictured with our minister Rev […]