Communion Service today conducted by Rev Stewart Glendinning
Service next Sunday will be conducted by Rev Drew Abernethy
Greenbank Presbyterian Church Harvest Thanksgiving service tonight at 7.30pm. Speaker Rev. Stewart Glendinning with Londonderry Male Voice Gospel choir. Supper will be served in the hall afterwards. Everyone is most welcome
Services of prayer for the sick.
Thursday 10th Nov 10:30 a.m. in Ebrington church hall – Speaker: Rev. S. McCrea
Sunday 13th Nov at 3:30 pm in Ballykelly church hall – Speaker: Mr Robert Alcorn
Young folk (secondary school age) of Inishowen are invited to an evening of pizza, games, quizzes, music and stories.
Next Sun 13th Nov at 7.00pm in Greenbank Church Hall.
For catering purposes, it would be helpful to have an approximate number of attendees. Please could you advise by midday Thur 10th Nov.
email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or tel/ text: 086 317 3678
Rev Stewart Glendinning will be away from Monday 7th Nov until Monday 21st Nov. During this time, if there are any pastoral emergencies, please contact an elder or Rev Knox Jones directly on (048) 71329561.
|13th Nov||Adrian||Drew||Heather & Dolly|
|20th Nov||Austin||Helen||Greg & Matthew|
|27th Nov||Mary||Linda||Lisa & Holly|
Thank you to all the volunteers for your faithful service. If you are not available please arrange to swap with someone or contact the rota organiser
Announcements are posted on Church’s website each weekend. www.hillheadchurch.org
Appeal for Road Safety as clocks go back and winter time begins
With the clocks due to go back signalling the return to winter time and darker evenings, the Donegal Road Safety Working Group is appealing to all road users especially cyclists and pedestrians to stay safe and be seen. Already this year, 159 people have lost their lives on our roads, an increase of 31 on the same period in 2015. 55 have died on Northern Ireland’s roads. 10 people have tragically lost their lives in Donegal and many more have been seriously injured in road traffic collisions in Ireland.
Always wear a hi-viz jacket to be seen if you are walking, running, cycling or riding a motorbike. Slow down if you are a driver, especially when sharing the road with vulnerable road users. Every driver and passenger has to wear a seat belt, front and rear on every trip and ensure children are properly restrained. Do not drive while being distracted by a mobile phone, never drive while impaired, whether through drink, drugs or driver fatigue.
We all need to be aware too that the changing weather will make for dangerous road conditions so it is vitally important that we all take responsibility for our driving behaviour if we are going to stop the current increase of death and serious injury on our roads. Brian O’Donnell, Road Safety Officer, Donegal County Council