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Winter Newsletter Deadline

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Inverkip Remembers

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Private Michael Anderson
Private Daniel Boyle
Assistant Steward John Blaikie
Lance Corporal James Campbell
Trooper William Crawford
Private Peter Culligan
Sergeant Edward Denny
Fourth Engineer Roderick Devlin
Private Thomas Evans
Lance Sergeant Joseph Griffiths
Private Joseph Harrison
Chief Engineer Harry Harrower
Second Lieutenant John Hyslop
Private James Kirk
Private James Malcolm
Corporal John Milne
Private John Muir
Private George Murdoch
Private Robert Murdoch
Second Engineer Humphrey McFarlane
Private Thomas McFarlane
Private George McIntosh
Private Alfred Price
Stoker Gabriel Ritchie
Duncan Scott
Daniel Shaw
Lance Sergeant Archibald Stewart 
Private Ernest Tibble
Private George Wales

May God grant their souls eternal rest

Their names liveth for evermore.

CrossReach Christmas Cards and Calendars

These lovely cards and calendars will be available in the Lounge of the hall every Sunday in the run up to Christmas. Please support the wonderful work of CrossReach helping people in Scotland faced with various physical, emotional and social challenges. The Church of Scotland's Social Care Council is accountable for the work of CrossReach.

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Real Advent Calendars

These will be on sale again this year - the only advent calendar that tells the real story of Christmas and contains Fair Trade chocolate. They are £3.99 each. If you would like to reserve one, please put your name on the list on the Eco-group noticeboard in the hall.

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Autumn 2018 Newsletter

The Autumn newsletter can be read Here

Silver Award from Eco Congregation Scotland

The church Eco Group was delighted to be awarded the silver award from Eco Congregation Scotland and has just received their beautiful plaque (made from recycled church pews). The group were particularly commended for their commitment & enthusiasm for involvement in both church & community activities and their continued efforts to keep local beaches clean. They were also commended for their involvement in the Inverclyde Fair Trade Steering Group. Thanks to all group members for their efforts and to the continued support of the congregation.



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Green Apple Award

Inverkip wins Green Apple Gold Award

Many Congratulations to Hilary and her Eco Team.

Hilary Cameron and Susie Gemmill receiving the award at today's ceremony in Castlecary. Read More

Eco Group Honoured in Green Awards

Fantastic result for the team.

A CHURCH of Scotland congregation has been honoured for its environmental work in a prestigious UK-wide green awards ceremony.

The eco-group of Inverkip Parish Church was shortlisted in the Church Times Green Awards in the Green Congregation category the only Church of Scotland congregation to be shortlisted at the awards, which took place in London on Monday. The church set up an eco-group in 2016 and has made remarkable progress, according to Convener, Hilary Cameron.

Outlining the work undertaken by the congregation, Hilary explained: The group was recognised for their significant achievements in just over 12 months since they were formed through having monthly Fairtrade stalls, recycling everything from postage stamps to bat dirt, supporting the youth club building a bug hotel and organising litter picks in the local area.

Hilary and the churchs Depute Session Clerk Morag Cowe attended the award ceremony at Lambeth Palance. They were presented with a highly commended certificate by the Bishop of Salisbury, the Rt Rev Nick Holtam.

We are a Fairtrade Church

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We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded Fair Trade Church status. Thank you to our Eco-group for leading this initiative and to everyone for their support.

Life and Work Magazine

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If you would like to place a regular order for this monthly magazine please see Margaret Vallance or Tel: 521732.

The price for 2017 will be 2.28 per issue or 27.36 annually.


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