Sunday Connection is a chance for families to connect with our Sunday teaching mid-week. Please enjoy this weeks edition attached here.SundayConnections_10.03.2019
Please see this week’s Sunday Connections- a chance for families to revisit Sunday learning mid-week- attached. Also included this week are some ideas for connecting with God as a family over Lent. Please Enjoy. Sunday Connections 03.03.2019
Sunday Connection is our chance to revisit our Sunday groups learning mid-week. Please enjoy this weeks edition attached. This week also includes an idea for thinking about God’s love while the world around us gets all love-heart filled for Valentine’s Day. Please enjoy. SundayConnections_10.02_2019
The astute among you may have picked up that we missed out a week of Sunday Connections. My apologies for this as it was quite a full week. On Sunday, we looked at Esther in our all age service. We will have a short Sunday Connection this week below.
To Think Together: Esther was a women of courage, who had to trust in God to bring her through a scary situation. What does it look like to be a person of courage as a Christian in 2019 in Scotland? How about in Iran or North Korea?
Word Wall: Across the week, think of some positive attributes about your children and teens, add these to there door or other place they will see on post it notes. What were Esther’s positive attributes? Thank God for the way he has made each and every one of us.
I hope you enjoy this week’s Sunday Connection, attached below. Sunday Connections is a chance for families to revisit our Sunday group teaching midweek.
Hi, please enjoy this week’s Sunday Connections attached. Sunday Connections is a chance for families to reconnect with our Sunday group lessons mid-week.
Please find this week’s Sunday Connections below. This will be our last one for 2018! I hope that amongst the last few weeks of Advent everyone has found some inspiration and encouragement in celebrating the birth of our Saviour Jesus Christ this year. SundayConnection_16.12.2018
I hope to see you at one of our Christmas services this year! Christmas Services 2018
Our Newhaven Sheep Nativity Trail is well underway and our sheep have had some happy visitors already! Will you find our sheep hidden across Newhaven and help us tell the Christmas Story? How does it work you ask?
- Print the booklet attached (or pick one up at Newhaven Church Café OR at the Victoria PS Fayre on Saturday 15th December). SheepTrailBooklet_ChildBooklet
- Find the Sheep Around the Neighbourhood.
- Put the Nativity Story in Order.
- Enter to win a Prize By: showing Cassie your completed booklet at the Victoria PS School Fayre; showing Cassie on Sunday 16th December at the 10:30am Service; OR taking a photo of your completed booklet and sending it to Cassie
- All Entries Must be received by the 16th December 2018!
This year, Leith Churches Holiday Club present Polar Explorers which will be held on Tuesday 14th-Thursday 16th July inclusive from 10am-2pm at South Leith Church Halls.
Cassie will be leading and Blyth, Lynn, Christine will be involved as leaders. If you are interested in helping, or have children who would like to come along, please speak to Christine Hodge.
We are pleased to announce that this year’s Inflatables Day will be held on Saturday 29th March in Newhaven Church.
Parents please keep the date free. Inflatables Day is open to children aged between 3 and 16 years, although not at the same time!
This has been tremendous fun over the past three years, and we hope that children from Toddlers, Rainbows, Brownies; Anchor Boys, Juniors and Company section; Chatterboxes, the Extravaganza and from our own Church will be able to attend. Tickets are now available.
If you have any questions, please speak to Christine Hodge or Susan Edwards, or leave a comment below.