On Sunday at 1pm, we will enjoy a ZOOM recital of the Rime of the Ancient Mariner presented by our very own Robin G, Robin S, Norman S, Grace F, Scott A, Helen and Roger S, Sally B, and Gelnda W. Sally and Glenda will read their passages, while everyone else is learning their part … More The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
John Duncan, a Scottish Film maker has used his time during lockdown to edit this video from footage he has taken over the years. He shows 100 places in Scotland in all their stunning beauty and asks: How many have you been to? Click below to start the viedo (or to be taken to the … More 100 Places in Scotland. How many have you been to?
Via Roger Sturrock The Tainsh family lead us around the gardens at Bearsden Baptist Church with a mimed reflection on Psalm 23. Click on the picture below for the video to start:
From Maureen Small Ingredients 375g( 13oz) plain flour 123g( 4oz)wholemeal flour /oatmeal 1tsp salt 1tsp cream of tartar 1tsp baking soda 1tsp baking powder 90g (3oz) mixed nuts, chopped–Just walnuts are fine 90g (30z) sunflower seeds 1tsp runny honey 200ml (7fl oz) plain yoghurt 300ml (10fl oz) milk 1tblsp sunflower oil OVEN 180 C/350 F/ … More NUTTY YOGHURT BREAD
From Joyce Smith Can you work out the ingredients? (answers in the picture below) Set oven to mark 3 (gas) or 160°C/ 325° F Judges 5:25 8 oz Jeremiah 6:20 8 oz 1 Samuel 14:25 1 tbs cream together Jeremiah 17:11 3 mix in (beaten) 1 Samuel 30:12 8 oz … More A cake of biblical proportions
From Eleanor Small Ingredients: 500 g self-raising flour 50 g butter (optional) 1-2 dessertspoons sugar or golden syrup 2-4 Mars Bars, chopped Milk to mix (c. 300 ml) Oven: Gas 7-8; 200-220°C Measure flour into a large bowl and rub in the fat. Add sugar and Mars Bar. Mix in milk using a palette knife or the … More Mars Bar Scones
We have acquired a license for using the matrials on cartoonchurch.com and we would encourage everyone to browse their website. The cartoons are by Church Times cartoonist, Dave Walker. Below is one example of his excellent work – why not have a go at colouring it in and send us your result? (we encourage young and … More Colour me in
Our Bible Studies are continuing via ZOOM on Tuesdays at 4.00 pm and will be focussing on the Book of Acts, following the lectionary readings contained in the online services each Sunday. Roger and Helen will be leading the Study on Tuesday, 21st April and then by different leaders each week up until Pentecost. Roger … More ZOOM Bible Study – new sessions starting tomorrow
This Sunday is Palm Sunday and the Rev Liz Blythe invites us to prepare by cutting or making Palm Tree branches. If you send us a picture or clip of your preparations we will include them in our worship service, too. You can upload photos and videos here: https://wellingtonchurch.co.uk/file-upload/
by Kate Fyfe During these difficult days when we have time to fill and need a treat, why not have a go at making these easy peasy muffins.I have halved the recipe which would make 12 muffins which might be too many so you will get 6 muffins or, if you use smaller paper cases, … More Easy Peasy Muffins
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL GATHERINGS INCLUDING SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP ARE SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. We are currently working on providing online alternatives and will update this page once they become available. If you live in or near our parish (mostly the G12 area) and need any assistance during the current Corona Crisis, may it be … More COVID-19 Information (continually updated)
Join us tomorrow for the first evening of our Lent Bible Study on the Gospel of Mark. Tom Moffat and Roger Sturrock will lead us in exploring Mark 1:1-15 and we will share questions, discussion, and prayers. The study will use “Meeting God in Mark” by Rowan Williams as well as Church of Scotland resources … More Tomorrow 7.30pm: Explore Mark 1:1-15 with us
Would you like to study a Gospel in a little more depth during the season of Lent? Perhaps you are uncertain about what the Bible has to say about Jesus Christ. If you want to know more, then our studies in the gospel of Mark are just right for you! The New Testament commentator C.F.D. … More Lent Bible Study 2020: The Gospel of Mark
We wish everyone a blessed and peaceful Christmas.
The Reverend Dr Roger Sturrock will be leading a series of studies entitled ‘Humbug and Happiness’ based on Charles Dicken’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ starting with watching the 1951 movie starring Alastair Sim. You can watch the trailer here: We are an inclusive, affirmative, and welcoming Church. ALL are welcome to join us in this … More Advent Study – Watch ‘A Christmas Carol’ with us this Thursday @7.30pm