The theme for the year is “Seeking The Way” and our meetings will explore this message in a variety of ways.
Alison Caskie welcomed guild members to an inaugural meeting titled 'Seeking the Way', the speaker for the evening was Rev. Kenneth Stott. Kenny gave an inspiring talk on this topic, giving the members an insight as individuals, the church and the guild moving forward.
We have an enjoyable programme arranged and everyone in our church family will be made very welcome. The Guild meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month usually starting at 7.30pm in the Church Hall (small).
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On 13 Feb 2019, Evelyn welcomed Rev Ken Russell to the Guild.
Ken gave a detailed account of the journey that led him to Perth Prison Chaplaincy.
His story was very interesting as is the work he carries out at Perth Prison helping many men, guiding them if they so wish to a better place in their life.
The Guild are proud to support the following projects over the next 3 years
Empowering Teenage Mothers in Zambia - In Kanyama which is an area of Zambia life is difficult for young girls, they are vulnerable and many become pregnant at an early age. By raising funds it will help to build a better future for themselves and their children. On Sunday 23rd September during the church service there was the Guild dedication, a collect was taken for this project where £1256.89p was raised.
Malawi Fruits - this is a Scottish Christian Charity committed to working in Malawi to support young farmers in the north of the country. the charity is working to inspire young farmers to adopt modern farming methods, including irrigation and mechanisation.
Seema's Project - This is a project the guild are supporting in India rescuing the children of sex workers forced into becoming street children. the aim of this project is to build a home for abandoned street children from the red-light district of Pune, India. Also to build a rehabilitation centre for rescued victims of the sex industry.
Join Up The dots - Working with CrossReach to tackle the problems of loneliness and social isolation
Faith in Young People - Helping the Boys Brigade to provide a place where young people can learn, grow and discover.
A Chaplin for our Ports - Providing chaplains to support merchant seafarers from many lands when the dock in Scotland.