The Guild



Hello Friends,


Summer is nearly over and we haven’t seen much sun these last few weeks such a pity for the school holidays. I hope if you managed to get away you went to where the sun shines and you had a lovely time.


On the 13th. July the committee met to plan a programme for 2016/2017 and Rae made us very welcome in her home.  We opened the meeting with prayer then got down to business. As a group we feel that we have a good programme for the winter.  I hope you will agree.


Here is a foretaste: we will be treating you to an evening with animals, plastics, eyes and most importantly good company and a light supper.


Please remember if you would like to come and need transport phone me 440237/440583

Well what a day of rain we had for the Balfron Bash but, it didn’t dampen our spirits it was a case of onwards and upwards. Sincere thanks to all who provided for and served at our stall it raised £100.00 which is wonderful considering the weather.


The Guild starts with our Dedication on Sunday 25th Sept as part of an all organisations dedication service. The first meeting is as usual an open night when we meet and greet old and new friends, it is also the time to choose what project we will support this year. I will get a copy of the projects to you all before the meeting.


May God richly bless you all..   





The Guild today
The Guild is about invitation, encouragement, commitment and fellowship which leads to providing opportunities for continuing growth in Christian faith through worship, prayer and action.
Worship is an essential ingredient in all meetings and activities. Prayer underpins everything – and is a means of involving those members who cannot be active in other ways.
Action means living out the faith through project work, exploration of the discussion topics and local involvement of groups and individual members in various aspects of Christian service.
Aims and ethos 
Women and men of all walks of life meet together under our common aim
If you would like more information please contact or speak to Elsie Andrews

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