Saturday 23rd March 2019 at Noon in St. Leonard's Church Hall, Bridge Party and Lunch. All funds to WHITELEYS RETREAT. This project offers therapeutic short term breaks for children and their families with cancer and other life threatening illnesses. Donations of raffle prizes...
If you know of anyone who may be interested in filling this paid post, please contact David Murdoch (Session Clerk) for details of duties.
The Choir restarts for 2019 and next meets on Thursday 28th February at 8.00-9.00pm in our Church Hall. Don't be shy and you will be most welcome to join the 40 of us that get a great uplift from the wide variety of music. You can even ask for your own favourites anywhere from old fashioned music...
This Friday 22nd February at 12 noon. Still great value a home made lunch costing £3. Please come along and enjoy lunch and fellowship in St. Leonard's Church Hall.
Saturday 16th March. Coffee morning in Church Hall from 10am -12noon, run by the Kirk Session. Please come along, bring your family, friends etc and be warmly welcomed. Cost £3, Children £1, proceeds to charity.
Saturday 23rd February, 9.30am-12noon, in Prestwick South Church Hall. Speaker, Workshops, Quiz, Fairtrade Stall. All are welcome to come along and find out about the difference Fairtrade makes to poor people across the world. More information to be found via local press.
Sunday 24th March in Ayr Town Halll, 7.30pm. Music of the Masters- comprises two wonderful works - J.S Bach's Magnificat and W.A. Mozert's Requiem. See Ayr Choral Union online for tickets.
Sunday 24th February. We warmly welcome Rev. David Ness who will lead the worship at both Dalrymple and St. Leonard's. (Brian is preaching at Ayr St Andrew's as part of his duties as Moderator of Presbytery).
This Friday 8th February at 12 noon. Still great value a home made lunch costing £3. Please come along and enjoy lunch and fellowship in St. Leonard's Church Hall.
Ayr Community Gospel Choir are staging a concert at Prestwick South Church on Sunday 17th February at 7pm, followed by teas and coffees in the church hall.