The Fellowship


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The Fellowship is part of the Church of Scotland Guild which invites and encourages both women and men to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and enables them to express their faith in worship, prayer and action.

MOTTO
“Whose we are and Whom we serve.” (Acts 27 v 23)


Syllabus for 2017/18:

11th Sept - Changing Face of the Ministry in Polmont

25th Sept - Maggie's Centre

9th Oct - FGM Feed the Minds (Project)

23rd Oct - Traditional Hallowe'en Party

13th Nov - Beverley Johnston's Continuing Work with the Salvation Army

27th Nov - St Andrews Supper, with Ian Scott

4th Dec - Christmas Meal at The Leapark

8th Jan - Chair Exercises

22nd Jan - Mercy Ships

12th Feb - Singalong, with Alison Hastie

26th Feb - Singforth Community Choir - Fundraiser

12th Mar - Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance

9th April - Advice Line For You, NHS

23rd April - AGM, Cheese & Wine, Swap Shop

12th May - Outing to House of Bruar

Projects supported by the Guild are:
Red Dot Street Pastors
Red Dot Care for the Family
Red Dot Christian Aid
Red Dot Feed the Minds
Red Dot Mission International
Red Dot Prospects



We meet in The Church Hall, Main Street, Polmont on 2nd & 4th Monday of the month (Sept. to March) at 7.30pm


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The Church of Scotland Guild
The motto is taken from Acts 27, verse 23: "Whose we are and Whom we serve."

History and background
With around 35,000 members, the Church of Scotland Guild is one of Scotland's largest voluntary organisations. Although women make up the bulk of our membership, increasingly men are becoming members and taking active roles at local and national levels.

Members meet in local groups at congregational level, in regional groups known as presbyterial councils, and once a year at our national meeting, to which each group can send a representative.

The current constitution of the Guild was adopted in 1997, after a major review of the present organisation's predecessor, the Woman's Guild. In 2003, the Guild reviewed its constitution to ensure more inclusive language was used and to take account of the need for flexibility in local groups.

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.