Test your musical knowledge and help support our Tanzania Project at the same time! Get a team of up to 8 people together, bring your own drinks and snacks and come along for a fun evening of music trivia. Tickets are available from Robert and Jane.
The Glasgow Phoenix Choir will be leading a Choral Celebration in support of the Vine Trust’s Tanzania House Building project.
In May 2019, a group of ten volunteers from Falkirk Trinity will be making their way to Tanzania with the Vine Trust to help to build an orphanage. The team will work for around ten days in the Kazunzu area alongside local builders to get one of the first homes in the orphanage built. Each home will accommodate eight children and will have a vegetable garden to supplement their food supply. There will also be a school and a health hub located on the site along with a vocational centre. We have agreed as a church to raise £25,000 to fund the cost of the trip. As well as organising fundraising events, we will be looking for donations and for sponsorship. If you would like to find out more please contact the Church Office.
The Glasgow Phoenix Choir rose out of the ashes of the world-famous Glasgow Orpheus Choir and this year celebrates 118 years of choral excellence – 68 years as the Glasgow Phoenix Choir and 50 years as the Glasgow Orpheus Choir. The choir flourishes under the guidance of our conductor Marilyn J Smith MBE and Cameron Murdoch, accompanist and depute conductor. The choir performs over 20 concerts per year and each involves a range of music from choral standards to new music and, in addition, we feature many delightful solo performances by choir members.
Tickets can be obtained from the Church Office or online via the Glasgow Phoenix Choir Box office
Join Strathcarron Singers with Broxburn & Livingston Brass Band as they entertain us with Christmas songs and music.
Tickets are £8 (£4 for children) and this includes Christmas refreshments.
Join celebrated crime writer, Alex Gray, as she discusses here latest book ‘Only The Dead Can Tell’..
When Dorothy Guildford is found stabbed to death in her home, all signs point to her husband, Peter. The forensic psychologist is convinced there’s more to the case that meets the eye but Police Scotland are certain they have their man. While DC Kirsty Wilson searches for evidence that will put Peter away for good, she is shocked to discover a link with a vast human-trafficking operation that Detective Superintendent William Lorimer has been investigating for months. But before they can interrogate him, Peter is brutally attacked. With one person dead and another barely hanging on, the clock is ticking for DC Wilson and DSI Lorimer. And the stakes grow higher still when one of their own is kidnapped . . .
Tickets are £5 from the Office. Café bar is open from 6.30pm
Ideas for simple but effective ways to use flowers at Christmas interspersed with humorous stories reflecting the stresses and challenges of the Christmas period! Tickets are £7.50 and on sale after the service or from the Church Office. The ticket price includes a glass of mulled wine and shortbread. All proceeds to the Vine Trust Tanzania trip