A new Zumba Gold class led by Mhairi Tindall opens in the church hall on Tuesday mornings at 10 -11am. This class promises to be a real asset to the life of the church and a real boost to health and fitness. Zumba Gold is for active, older adults who are looking for lower intensity Zumba that focuses on balance, range of movement and coordination. Great music and fun with your friends. All are very welcome. Cost £6 per session or £5 with an OIR card **.
On Wednesday evening Stewart Nicol will be talking to the Men’s group (which is open to everyone!). His subject? Priests, Politicians and People.
A reminder to anyone who is interested in the choir, there is a practice every Sunday at 10:15 in the small hall.
** OIR stand for Opportunities in Retirement. There is a group in the Three Towns. For more information, follow THIS LINK.
All the groups have now restarted for the new year but two additional events you may be interested in
On Sunday 20th January at 3.00 pm there will be a Songs of Praise at South Beach Baptist Church. (for location and directions click on the church name)
All welcome at ‘We Need to Talk About…The Invisible Church’ from 1.30 pm to 4 pm on Saturday 26th January in Fairlie Parish Church for discussion and Q&A session with the author, Steve Aisthorpe. Kindly register your interest with firstname.lastname@example.org.
HAPPY NEW YEAR to all!
All the church groups are restarting now so please check the calendar and come along to any that you are interested in. You will be made most welcome.
There will be a meeting at the Manse tonight (Sunday 6th) at 7pm for anyone who is enquiring about becoming a church member.
Sunday 3rd June 2018
William Hogarth receiving a Kilmarnock FC scarf and mug on Sunday morning on the occasion of his 90th Birthday. The presentation was made by St Cuthbert’s Church elder and Killie footballing legend Raymond Montgomerie.
A retired dairy farmer and enthusiastic Kilmarnock supporter, William has been a life-long member of St Cuthbert’s Church and was recently presented with a certificate of Long Service by the Church of Scotland for 49 years as a Church elder. With Irene, his wife of 58 years, he regularly occupies the pews on a Sunday morning as well as faithfully supporting church activities.