Pew Leaflet 11th November 2019

Following a meeting with the contractor it was agreed that he will begin work on Howmore Church towards the end of November and will last till July next year. Part of the agreement is that while work is ongoing we will not be using the Howmore buildings and there are some matters to share in this respect. 

On Saturday 23rd November we will need as many helpers as possible  to clear both Howmore Church and hall of all moveable items (chairs, tables, crockery, hymnbooks, bibles etc.) and to take them them to Daliburgh. Please meet at 10am at Howmore.

For insurance reasons access to Howmore Church while work is taking place will take will be possible only with the express permission of the contractor, and only with him present also.

We continue to be deeply indebted to Isabel and all the work she has done for us and on our behalf.

A huge thank you is extended to Angus Campbell for all the work he has done at Daliburgh Church by painting the railings and the gate as well as power washing the church wall and the path at the manse.

A huge thank you is also extended to Father Michael and the parishioners of St Mary’s and St Michael’s for their overwhelming generosity towards the Howmore Project.

The Community Carol service will be held this year on Thursday, 5th December, 7pm in St Mary’s Church, Bornish.

Sunday worship for until the summer of 2020 will be in Daliburgh each Sunday at 11am


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