Knightswood Congregational Church
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Christmas Lunch
Thanks again to everyone who made our Christmas lunch such a great and fun day.
Sinbad The Sailor Pantomime
Huge thanks to everyone who supported this years Panto Sinbad The Sailor, with your help we raised a huge £1,100 and had a great time in the process.
Cogratulations to all the Cast, Crew, Tuck and Catering Team and vital behind the scenes volunteers, who slaved away to make the show such a success.
You cna find more photos Here.
Christmas Fayre
Its that time of year again, Our Christmas Fayre was loads of fun with festive stalls and an appearence for Santa himself at our grotto ensuring everyone had a fantastic day, especially all the kids.
Huge thanks to Morag White and everyone who helped make the day go so well and to everyone who came along and supported it. 
With your help we raised a staggering £803, Thank You :)
Its begining to look alot like Christmas at Knightswood.
Rememberance Sunday
 We would like to thank everyone who came along to our service of Rememberance on Sunday the 9th of November, it was great to see so many of you at a great service.
The University of Glasgow Girls
The ladies from The School of Life Sciences took part in the first ever Pretty Muddy ‘Race for Life’ held in Bellahouston Park, Glasgow.

This group of women decided no matter what, they were going to run this race together.  The three photos depict them before the race, during and after.  The second picture is perhaps the most poignant of the three as it clearly shows them at the bottom of the ‘pig bath’ where they had joined hands together at the top to go down this muddy slide together.  That was there theme ‘together’ and along with ‘Race for Life’ also uses the mantra ‘together we can beat cancer.’ 

The sense of team effort was quite overwhelming, as the spectators in the fore of the picture commented on the ladies coming down the giant chute holding hands.  It’s that sense of togetherness as a team that makes a difference in what can be achieved.



These photos and this editorial have been added to help you reflect on what can be achieved when you’re part of team.  It highlights that even just a handful of committed people, all looking out for each other then we can build together something special and unique.

If you or anyone close to you has been affected by Cancer we want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.  If you want to be proactive in taking part in charity fundraising events for Cancer Research UK, Race for Life or St Margaret’s of Scotland, Hospice then please send us an email.

New and Used Sale 4th October 2014
After the success of last years New and Used Sale, we have decided to repeat the event this year on th 4th of October from 10:00am until 2:00pm. 
There will be:
Free Entry                  Home Baking                  Hot & Cold Filled Rolls                Tea Room                 Bargains
We Look forward to seeing you all on the day and you can have a look at some of last years pics in our Photo Gallery or on our Facebook page.
A Great Charity Doing Great Works
JAM (Joint Aid Management) is a South African founded registered non-profit humanitarian organisation that has been expanding its expertise in relief and sustainable development in Africa since 1984.
JAM provides highly nutritious meals to nearly a million African children every school day. Diet and  nutrition play a critical role in the physical and intellectual development of children. Their school feeding  programmes enable them to improve the well being of each child, while promoting and enhancing school  attendance and education. Beneficiaries receive a serving of a Fortified Blended Food each school day,  which provides them with approximately 75% of the recommended daily allowance of protein. Teacher  training and infrastructure are implemented to compliment the feeding programme and create  environments conducive to education. Through daily feeding through schools, clinics and welfare programmes, they hope to ultimately enhance the future role of these children in society.  
JAM currently assists around 1.1 million beneficiaries daily through its Nutritional Feeding programme and wider community development activities. Their vision is to transform African communities by developing viable social enterprise and to empower Africans to create better lives for themselves. 
Fish and Chip Night
We had a great night of fun and fellowship, celebrating Burns Night with several contributions of Scottish  poetry, songs and other traditional fun. Everyone enjoyed a somewhat less than traditional but still very Scottish Chippy Tea, with everyone's suppers going down a treat.
Many thanks to everyone who arranged a great night, performed and came along and supported the event.


Triple Birthday Celebration
On Sunday the 5th of January we had a triple Birthday Celebration after the service for three of our church who had birthdays in quick succession. Nikita Beck on the 31st of December and both Nicole Beck and Maureen McRobb on the 6th of January. Everyone got a very nice piece of cake and some heartfelt birthday wishes.

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