Here is information regarding Restrictions on using Orchardhill Church.
During this unprecedented time of social distancing and anxiety, Orchardhill aims to remain a church fellowship of faith and love, supporting all those in our community and church.
We are now inviting suggestions for prayers for the community, and any other needs for which you'd value our prayers. Just send them by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start your Journey with Jesus at Orchardhill this Sunday
All are Welcome
To join with us online here every Sunday until the Pandemic has passed
Online Sunday Family Worship from 10:30am
The online service will display here on Sunday. If you press play you will see It is scheduled to start at 10:30 when a further 2 minute count down clock will display. Meaning the actual service will start at 10:32
Simply press the play button in the centre of the video.
You are all Welcome Here
Do You know someone without the internet? Then they can also listen to the service using their telephone, at the cost of a local call. Simply dial 0141 465 5678 and they'll hear the Sunday's service, which will be available all week.The service is also available as a podcast. please ask Bill Wallace for details
The congregation normally meets for a tea or coffee after the service each sunday and now we can have a zoom virtual coffee meeting starting at 11:30am every Sunday Here:- https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72176630769?pwd=RFZlRVNDanM1Wk5oSm43MUM2R21WQT09
JOHN MILLER’S DOING IT AGAIN!!
In 2000 John cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats to bring in the new Millennium.
coronavirus pandemic. They have none of the equipment required: they have asked for £88,100 for infection control and staff PPE for 6 months.
The route for the cycle has changed slightly in that John is now cycling the 1000 miles on his static bike in the front bedroom. Apart from that it’s just the same, only harder because the static bike won’t freewheel.
So far he’s done 300 miles and the response among a small circle has been so generous we thought we’d extend the opportunity to contribute.
If you’d like to donate to help save lives at Murambinda, you can do so using the ‘Donate’ button on fmh.org.uk – the website of Friends of Murambinda Hospital (UK registered charity 1073978). If you’re a UK tax payer you can also download a Gift Aid form there to make the money go further.
To donate by cash or cheque please e-mail email@example.com for further details. Don't forget to enclose your completed Gift Aid form.
Thank you so much! John aims to finish by 30th June - we’ll keep you posted on his progress.
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