AT A GLANCE
Sunday: Morning Worship@ 10.30am: Evening worship@ 6pm
Tuesday: Prayer Meeting@ 7pm;
Wednesday: Cakes, bakes and faith@ 7.30pm
Friday: Seniors@ACF, 10.30am
IN MORE DETAIL
Sunday worship at 10.30am. No Communion: Cheri Young will be speaking, and the worship will be led by Matthew Smith.
Children’s Church @ ACF. Usual activities are suspended for school holidays; children all meet in coffee hall. Sunday morning activities for children are held from 11am – 12 noon. These are: New born to age 3 – Creche in the Rainbow room; Age 3 to P2’s in the DJ Team room (by the crèche); P3 to P6 in the Cube room. For more information contact our Children’s Pastor, David Young.
Ignite: This P7-S2 group meet in the youth room at the front of the main hall. For more information contact our youth Pastor Gillian MacKenzie.
Sunday Evening worship @ 6pm: Led by Craig Smith, we will hear a couple of testimonies during this service.
Home Groups: Meet on various evenings throughout the city. Please speak with Pete Henderson or contact the church office for more information.
Ladies Bible Study: Every week from 9.30 -11.15 am, Suspended for school holidays. Please join us whenever you can for a friendly, informal Bible study, followed by a time of prayer. A creche will be available if needed. Ladies from other churches (or no church at all!) are very welcome to join us.
Our study this term is called Longing. We long to be happy and whole, for intimacy and purpose. God made us this way…Longing is awoken in us when we experience the brokenness of a fallen world… This study invites us to turn to God to satisfy our deepest longings.
Prayer Meeting: 7.00pm. Led by Derek McHardy
Young Adults Group (YAGS) . Yags is for those S6/17 years old, students and young people. We meet 8.30pm-10.00pm for hot chocolate, a catch up and Bible study. For further information contact our Youth Pastor Gillian MacKenzie.
Cakes, Bakes and Faith: An evening of fun, food and faith with TV bakers Martha Collison and Will Torrent. Under the banner of Tearfund, Cakes Bakes and Faith will be at ACF tonight at 7.30pm, doors open at 7pm. Tickets cost £5, and are available from Rona Boyd, or from Tearfund at www.tearfund.org/scotlandcakes.
All Thursday activities suspended for school holidays.
Mainly Music: 10.00-11.30am. A pre-school, faith based singing group for children and their carers, followed by coffee and free play session. If you are interested in coming along, please e-mail Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org. .
Spark: An after-school group for Nursery & P1-7’s that meets every Thursday during term-time from 4-6pm. We have crafts, games, Bible stories, songs, and more, and we even end each session with some dinner! Spark costs £3/family to attend. We’ll also have monthly ‘Spark Sundays’ where we’ll gather to present something in our morning worship service.
Diesel (S3-S6) and Fuel (P7-S3) 7pm-9pm. These weekly Youth Cafes will merge for the autumn term. For more information contact our Youth Pastor, Gillian MacKenzie
Seniors@ACF: 10.30am to 12 noon. Food, quizzes, teas, coffees and laughter. Speak to Rona Boyd for further information or contact the church office.
Future Events at ACF:
Sunday worship on 27 October at 10.30am. Communion: Derek McHardy will be speaking. Kath Robertson will lead worship
Men’s Fellowship: 7pm -9pm. Will next meet on Wednesday 6 November for an evening entitled ‘The Beach Boys’, which is nothing more grand than a trip to the beach for ten pin bowling. If you wish to attend please contact Phil Smith, Mattie Smith or Len Milne, or the church office, as numbers have to be determined allowing lanes to be booked in advance.
Church AGM: Tuesday 12 November @ 7.30pm Whether a member or regular attender, please make the effort to come along.
Future events outwith ACF:
Really Advanced Notice!!
The next Glorious Ladies Conference in Aberdeen will be held on 21 March 2020 in the Music Hall. More information will follow, but ladies, get it in your diaries now, and guys, you do the same, as you can volunteer to serve at it, or look after the children (if applicable). Talk about a rock and a hard place.
Please remember the Shoe Box Appeal, which runs to 27 October. This year we will be supporting Vision Romania, and the appeal is for clothing, toiletries, stationery, scarves, gloves etc. Donations should be for children of all ages only. Shoe Boxes, and labels to be attached thereto, are available in the coffee hall.
Please check out our website, www.aberdeencf.com,