Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Illusions of Existence

This Sunday in Kelvinbridge there will be a screening of a short film following the soup and pudding lunch. 
So, worship at 11am 
Lunch and film from 12:15pm
All Welcome
The film 'Illusions of Existence' is the work of Lachlan Mcfeely Bolt 

Lachlan writes 'I am Lachlan McFeely Bolt, a 3rd Year Environmental Art student at the Glasgow School of Art.
The film, called 'Illusions of Existence', has been made as part of a public art project that focusses on responding to the area of Queen's Cross (which includes Kelvinside, Maryhill and Woodside). 'Illusions of Existence' uses this area as a means for exploring my personal memories and feelings, and through doing so opens up questions around existence, belief and the self that we may all think about at some point in our life.' 

This Friday...


World Day of Prayer - 'Receive children, receive me' - 
Written by Christian women of Cuba
Service in Kelvinside Hillhead Church, Observatory Rd. 11am 
and Hyndland Parish Church, Hyndland Rd. 7:30pm.

Every year on (or near) the first Friday in March, Christians around the world of all ages gather in small groups and large congregations using the same basic form of worship, written by womenof a different country each year on a theme chosen by the World Day of Prayer International Committee.

This year we pray with the women of Cuba for:-
- the ongoing dialogue on the embago
- more and better housing
- more medicines, food, personal hygiene items
- better more affordable transport
- single currency monetary system
- stronger , more settled family lives.