The Guild at Greenbank 

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Motto   Whose we are and whom we serve

The Guild is a movement for both men and women within the Church of Scotland which invites all to express their faith in worship, prayer and action. In Greenbank we normally meet in the Braid Room on the first and third Tuesdays of the month from October to March. Most of our meetings are held in the evenings at 7.30pm. We operate under the National Guild’s strategy which for the period 2018-2021 is “One Journey, Many Roads” and for 2018/19 our theme is “Seeking the Way”.

As well as enjoying a varied programme of talks we raise funds for one of the projects promoted by the national Church of Scotland Guild. For the 2018/19 season we shall be supporting a project assisting the Boys’ Brigade. We also have a regular commitment to Scottish Love in Action.

Our Winter Programme for 2018-19 is listed on the separate web page entitled Guild Meetings. The first meeting will take place on Tuesday 2 October at 7.30pm in the Braid Room. Our meetings are open to anyone interested in one of our topics and we are particularly delighted if newcomers then opt to join our Guild fellowship as members.

In addition to our meetings we also participate in other areas of church life. We shall be running the 9.30am service on Sunday 4 November and serving coffee after the 10.30am service on 18 November. During the summer we host a series of monthly coffee mornings open to members and friends (see meetings page) and we also assist with the provision of refreshments for the summer Holiday Club for young people. Individual members are also involved in a number of other areas of service.

Further details about the Guild can be obtained from Ann Pirie or Edith Armit

  Guild Mad Hatters Photos 
  Guild Christmas Coffee Morning 2015/16






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