"Church News Summer2012"
CHURCH NEWS Summer 2012 Juniper Green Parish Church From the Minister’s Desk Dear Friends, there are so many other voices to which people A man was sitting beside the canal. He was 30 listen in Scotland in 2012. years old, the very time in his life when all the hopes and aspirations with which he had grown The decline which is now so obvious to us has up, should be coming true. To him, it felt as if all been working its way through the Church for these hopes and aspirations had gone. The years. At times, we have simply ignored this canal was in a foreign country and he was there decline and hoped that it would go away; at living in exile, forced to move because his other times, the solutions we have tried have home city had been captured. With his family been superficial without really getting to the and friends, he mourns all that he has lost and heart of the matter. Deep down, we have his captors make fun of him. wondered whether God has gone away and we have been left to flounder along on our own in an increasing secular world. At 30, he should have been joining the priesthood. His father had been a priest in the Temple and his son should have been following Ezekiel discovered that God had not gone in father’s footsteps. But the temple is away. The whole theme of his ministry as a destroyed in the same attack that had prophet was that God was still king, that God turned him into a prisoner. Now the still had His people in His hands. There “Surely, I am were difficult times ahead, but they hope of becoming a priest is something in the past, never to be with you always, were to approach these times in faith, realised. In fact, he is not even sure to the very end trusting the goodness and grace of God, even in exile. God was with His that God is there any more; there is a of the age.” real doubt in his mind that God has people to bless them; they were to (Jesus in keep the faith alive. gone away and deserted His people in Matthew 28:20) the trauma of exile. They learned lessons from their exile. This man’s name is Ezekiel. At the age of 30, They learned a new way to worship; they when he should have been becoming a priest, learned to listen for the word of God through its God called him to become a prophet, someone preachers; they learned not to give in to their who would speak to the people with God’s fears; they learned not to despise the day of word. As part of that calling and ministry, small things, but see that God sometimes Ezekiel is given some fantastic visions (and begins in small ways; they learned to repent of some disturbing ones!) to pass on to the people their faults and mistakes and their past lack of faith. Above all, they learned that God was of Israel living in exile. there, with them; he had not gone away, but For Israel the golden days were gone, the days was still King and was still the Saviour of His when David and Solomon were on the throne people. and Israel was a real power and influence in the Middle East. This decay had taken generations What are your hopes and aspirations for your to work through, with kings who had ignored Church? Do you think that God has left you? God and disobeyed Him. All the traditions and That the Church is down the tubes no matter important places were gone: the temple is what we do? I believe that God is still at work in destroyed and worship is ended. All their hopes our Church and community; I see evidence of had been superficial, that somehow a new that. But I also believe that we have huge political alliance or the Temple building itself challenges ahead of us and that we will have to would be enough to save them. It hadn’t learn some of these ‘exile-lessons’. Perhaps we worked and they were beaten, lost in exile, need to learn to worship in a new way; we strangers in a foreign land. certainly need to listen for God’s word in a new way. Let’s not give in to our fears, but have a There are some themes here that resonate with sense of confidence in Jesus who is our me as I look at the Church in Scotland today. Saviour. Let us repent of our faults and For the Church in Scotland the golden days are mistakes and our past lack of faith. Above all, gone and our influence in society is in sad let us keep a sense of the presence of God; decline. There was a time when around 1.5 God has not gone away; love Him, trust Him, million Scots were members of the Church of serve Him. Scotland and Scottish culture revolved around the Church and what the Church said. The Yours sincerely, statistics show membership of 432,000 and TREASURER’S REPORT 1) On Saturday 22nd September we will host an Afternoon Tea for those in our congregation and community who are Financially, our situation is not as good at the elderly, infirm, who may be living alone and moment in comparison to last year. There are don’t get out much, or who would like to a number of reasons for this: meet with others they perhaps have not we have maintenance costs of £5,200 for seen for some time. Entertainment has our organ to pay. been arranged and I am sure it will be a our annual cost for ministries and mission most enjoyable event. Some help will be expenditure has increased by £7,664. required to organise this afternoon so our income for halls rent is down (as we please let me know if you can help. knew it would be) because we are less the £5,000 we received last year from the 2) On Saturday 29th September we will hold a rental from a local children’s nursery. Gift Day. In the morning please come along we received legacies amounting to to the church hall with a monetary gift £6,000 last year. and/or with examples of your talents. These our Givings are slightly down on last year. could be paintings, baking, knitting, flower arranging, artwork, writing, music, etc. These are all the reasons why we should These will be exhibited and, if you wish, think seriously about how much we give to sold as a donation to the church. This the church on an annual basis. We give in morning requires a small team to set it up many other ways too, but the end result is to as a unique event in the context of ‘Giving ensure that we are able to be a self-sufficient is Gracious’ and if you would like to be congregation that pays its ministries and part of the team, please let me know. mission allocation in full, improves the upkeep of the fabric of our buildings and 3) On the evening of 29th September, we will provides help to other deserving causes (we be organising an Evening Meal provided by have already donated £3,000 to Scripture Irene Shepherd followed by some Union this year). entertainment. Tickets will be available at a cost of £10 in early August but put this date Indeed, many churches throughout Scotland in your diary now. will be in the same situation as ourselves, and that is why the Church of Scotland I have been the Church Treasurer for quite a instructed that a National Stewardship few years now and I have always been Campaign should take place this year. You encouraged by the response from the will remember from the last Church News that congregation whenever there has been a we have decided to give our campaign the need for raising funds for a special project, title ‘Giving is Gracious’. just for on-going maintenance costs or a stewardship campaign. I have never been So what has happened since I mentioned it in disappointed at the results we have achieved March last year. Well, not very much because over the years and I know that this year will my plea for assistance fell on stoney ground be no different. So let’s make it a happy and – I think I have three helpers at present. But successful time for us all. also because the main thrust of our campaign will be at the end of September. However, Finally, I refer you to James, Chapter 2 that does not stop you increasing your verses 17 & 18. “In the same way, faith by Givings now! itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead. But someone will say, ‘You have faith: I In September we have arranged three times have deeds.’ Show me your faith without when I hope we will meet together to review deeds, and I will show you my faith by what I what we have done to date and make plans do” for the future. It will not be all about money but a time to get to know each other better, to Let’s keep up the good work! find out what is of interest to others and to enjoy being together as a church family. Giving is Gracious Once again, I will summarise what our campaign will be about and I only ask that you take part in at least some part of it. Douglas Buchanan Treasurer Session Notes - May/June 2012 Ministers (more would be nice) across the Presbytery and the future of buildings (we Sometimes I hear people talking about have too many). Our own Session raised no Presbytery in terms of ‘them’; what do ‘they’ objections to the Plan as our own Church and do; who are these people; why should we do our nearest neighbours all have independent what they ask; and so on in similar vein? The futures for the next ten years. I doubt that I’ll answers to these questions are broadly still be on Presbytery in 2022 so other similar to what we might say to members democratically appointed people will asking about our own Kirk Session. Under determine the shape of the Church in our Presbyterian system, Presbytery is a Edinburgh at that time! court of the church with democratically appointed members. For instance, Charles R Godon Edinburgh Presbytery comprises all parish Session Clerk Ministers matched by a representative Elder from each parish church. That means that Ministers and Elders are in Congregational Mission equal number so that power does not lie with Statement one group. However, Edinburgh is one of the Presbyteries with quite a number of non- “Building Christ’s Church in the parish Ministers such as Associate/Assistant Community” Ministers; retired Ministers, Ministers lecturing at Edinburgh University, Chaplains, Ministers on the staff of 121 George Street, etc. So that the balance of Minister and Elder members is maintained additional Elders are GUILD OF appointed – these are called Freely Elected FRIENDSHIP Elders or balancing Elders. That means that some Churches have more than one Elder on The Guild has had a Presbytery. successful session, ending on 3 May with a lunch in At a recent Kirk Session meeting we were Hall 2. This was followed pleased to reappoint Douglas Buchanan as by our AGM when we agreed on how we our Representative Elder and I continue as a should allocate funds, to the church and other Freely Elected Elder. Each member of organisations, and planned our Jubilee coffee Presbytery is expected to support morning to be held on Saturday 30 June. Presbytery’s work through its committee structures. Douglas brings his financial Our programme since the last issue of expertise to the work of the Finance Church News has included talks on Committee – I continue as Convener of the Greyfriars Church, A Toe in the Water Superintendence Committee. (Collecting Swimsuits), Age Scotland, The Woodland Trust and The Great Scottish Presbytery is not a body of unelected Plaid. members holding pointless meetings and issuing wearisome edicts to local Churches. Attendance at meetings has usually been It is a court one step up from our own Kirk about 30 out of our total of 49. Sadly, we lost Session and one step below the General two members during the year, and several Assembly. Its responsibilities are many and who used to attend regularly are unable to do include Finance, Mission Resourcing, so now. However, we have welcomed a few Superintendence, Social and Community new members, which has kept our numbers interests, Ministries, Deployment of fairly stable. Resources, Doctrine, Pastoral Care, Planning, Property, World Mission, and We are now planning our programme for next Strategy. year and are looking forward to our first meeting on 6 September. One of Presbytery’s biggest pieces of recent work was the production of the Plan for Elaine Wilson Presbytery. The Plan determines much of Secretary what will happen regarding the deployment of CHURCH FLOWERS We would like to take this opportunity of thanking Hilda McNeil for the power of work she does in organising flower arrangers, receiving donations from people who would like to have ON YOUR MARKS! - THE HOLIDAY the flowers placed in the Church, co-ordinate CLUB a team of people prepared to deliver them to A sporting theme for the Holiday Club this members of the congregation and people year! It promises to be a whole lot of fun. outwith the Church family at the end of the From Monday Aug 6th to Friday 10th, every service. As deliverers we can sense and morning the Church Halls will be transformed see the pleasure of those receiving the into the venue for games, crafts, Bible stories flowers when they realise people are thinking and a whole lot of fun. This is for children of about them. The arrangers of the flowers primary school age and is open to everyone. are very gifted and there is never a Sunday If you would like to be part of the Holiday goes by but you hear the question “I wonder Club team, then speak to Jim Dewar or Gill who arranged the flowers to-day, the colours Hales as soon as possible. match so well and the flowers are gorgeous?” James Dewar Thank you Hilda for your dedication to this part of the Church’s work and to all your talented helpers. Kids Church Sheena and Bill Blair We have enjoyed another term’s worth of HALLS CLEANING time together. Our group has heard about Our cleaning teams have been working hard recently, coping with homelessness in our city cleaning halls which are more heavily booked from Alan in the church than in the past. This makes it necessary to who regularly volunteers on the Bethany check the halls more frequently to ensure Care Van. Some children tried a lie down everything is in order. So far the results of the outside on a cold Sunday morning and survey have been encouraging, we have 4 new volunteers, but there is still plenty of realised how ghastly that was. opportunity for anyone to join. If you feel you can spare two hours every five or six weeks, We have raised another £100 to send to please get in touch. our friends in Cambodia to help build their Elaine Wilson library. This money makes such a difference to the work there and it feels good to send it. LADIES BADMINTON Of course, we have enjoyed our We finished our playing year at the end of May for our summer regular run of learning about Jesus break. It has been a very and His absolute love for us eventful time for some of our members, through storytelling, crafts and however, we hope everybody will be up and games. We’re always here every ready to start play again in September when Sunday morning during term time. Don’t the club resumes. The badminton players wish Jean Dewar a happy and stress-free forget, we will have games, stories, DVDs time being mother-of-the-brides and all the etc over the holidays. Congregation a happy and sunny summer. Come along and see for yourself Alison Buchanan Gill Hales Appreciation The Session were saddened greatly by the MEN’S FELLOWSHIP death of Eleanor Pountain a loved and respected member. We have watched with The fourth Men’s Fellowship meeting for admiration as Eleanor has dealt with terminal 2011/12 met on Sunday 22nd April 2012. The illness with immense bravery, openness and speaker, after the breakfast, was Bill Gordon realism. For as long as she was able Eleanor and his short talk was titled “A Country Boy was faithful in her support of the Session and looks at Life”. The talk was about Bill’s start particularly her pastoral care responsibilities. in life in Ross-shire growing up on a farm and A woman of deep spirituality, Eleanor was a becoming appreciative of God’s creation huge asset to the Prayer Team. Her leading which continues to this day; of God’s support of prayers at Prayer Team morning services to him and his brothers being able to have was from the heart, inspiring and a great successful professional careers; and of his blessing. faith journey including worshipping in a Eleanor had a fine contralto voice and was a number of Churches and his sharing of life stalwart of the choir. She loved music of all with his late wife Nancy and his family. sorts but was always so pleased when we sang an old Anthem or a Psalm such as ‘O The final meeting of the 2011/12 programme send thy light forth and thy truth’ to the tune will be on Sunday 10 June when the speaker will be Edward Campbell with the topic "One Invocation. I know from other Presbytery members how much Eleanor was respected Christ, One Faith…Many Churches? A in her studies and her placements for Personal Reflection". Edward has Auxiliary Ministry. Unfortunately, that calling become aware of the rich inter- was never completed but she left a great denominational experience of a number of impression on her fellow ministry trainees our congregation. Alongside those who are and especially in her last placement at Church of Scotland born and bred or those Cramond Kirk. for whom the Church of Scotland is their first experience of the Christian church, a number Even when very ill Eleanor had a wonderful have experience of the Free Church, the sense of humour and was always fun to be Baptist Church, the Methodist Church and so with. The Pountain family have given so on. Drawing on Eddie’s own experience of much to our Church over so many years. the Roman Catholic Church and the Church Charles is still remembered and missed by of Scotland, the talk will raise some questions many and Eleanor’s death adds to our sense about the identity of the Church and the of loss. We celebrated her life in a packed nature of belonging. Church, were cheered by many tales of happy times, heard new things about The Nurture Team are now planning the Eleanor’s gifts and were warmed by the programme for 2012/13. Any suggestions on obvious love that was very much part of format or speakers would be greatly Charles and Eleanor’s home – a love rooted appreciated by the members of the Nurture in Christian faith and expressed so Team. wonderfully in the Pountain family. We remember Hannah and Naomi in their loss Anyone wishing more details about the and pray for God’s ongoing comfort. Fellowship Meetings please speak to Ian Aitken or Michael Merriman. Charles R Godon, Session Clerk Nurture Team “..made his light shine in our hearts to give us BEREAVEMENT CARE TEAM the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ.” The team (Jeanette Campbell, 2 Corinthians 4 v 6. Christine McBean and Robin Winney) offers support to those living in the Parish suffering loss or bereavement. Their role is not to give advice but to offer support and encouragement to those who wish it. Referrals are received from Mr Dewar. Christine McBean CHURCH SECRETARY Easter and more... My name is Joanne the passion walk Frette, I have recently been appointed Holy week is a time of the Church Secretary. I year I look forward to. I live in Juniper Green take great spiritual with my husband nourishment from our shared services up and Richard and our two down the valley and spending time with our young children, Christian neighbours in Currie and Balerno. Magnus and Freya. I However, this year I had more. This year I enjoy exploring the local area with my joined in ‘the passion walk’ organised by children and taking them to the Open Door some very special people who work at the Cafe in Hall 1 on Tuesday mornings. Emmaus House in Edinburgh. The walk set off from Greyfriars Kirk and took me on a I can be contacted by e-mail at journey of 5 miles from the Castle to firstname.lastname@example.org Holyrood, over Salisbury Crags through the Meadows and on to Gilmore Place where Should you have any items you would like to refreshments were waiting. have included in the Intimations please e-mail by 9am on Friday mornings at the latest. We each had the benefit of recorded Joanne Frette reflections to listen to at specific points along the walk. The recordings varied from choral music and poetry to readings of reflective works. These reflections focused my mind on Bible Reading parts of the Easter story I know so well but brought me to an entirely new understanding Regularly reading the Bible of it. I walked down closes I had never been is an essential part of anyone’s in and saw corners I barely knew and journey of Faith, reflecting daily on God’s throughout Jesus’ presence was absolute Word. We continue to offer 6 Bible Reading and personal. I was aware of others walking options, including one for young people. the same walk with their minds focused on the passion and it brought Jesus so See all the Bible reading material in the completely into my city. I was also aware of vestibule at the front door of the Church. others walking the same walk in complete oblivion to my experience beside them. If you wish more information about Bible Reading material please speak to Ian Aitken I gained from the whole experience, but two or Yvonne Hunter. elements stay soundly in my memory. Nurture Team I stood on the crags looking over my dreary “.. give thanks in all circumstances, for this is dreich city and listened to the reflection on God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” the crucifixion. I wept and wondered what 1 Thessalonians 5 v 18 Jesus makes of us. At the end of my walk I was given directions to the chapel in the garden of Emmaus House. This chapel would have been bought FRESH START in the garden centre as it’s a wooden shed. My experience there was utter and complete Many thanks for all your closeness to Jesus. He is where we open our contributions so far this year. We will have a hearts to Him. break from regular monthly collections in July and August and begin again in September If you get the opportunity I deeply encourage with bedding – clean and ready for immediate you to take part in this walk another year. The re-use, as usual, please. The box is always whole event was well planned and we were in the Church Vestibule for donations any very well cared for. The possibility of Sunday. experiencing our city in a very different and profoundly moving way is wonderful. Thanks again. Marilyn Godon Gill Hales Family News As Primary 7 children of Juniper Green Primary School transfer to High School to continue their studies, we take this BAPTISM “Let the children come to me” opportunity to thank them for their May 20th Carter Robert Ward, son of contributions to Church News over the years. Peter and Clair Ward, All good wishes and blessings – we look Juniper Green. forward to hearing of their progress in future years. WEDDING “Love never fails” May 26th Rachel Boyce to Stuart Affleck MINISTER’S SERMONS FUNERALS “I am the Resurrection and the Did you miss the Minister’s life” Sermon? Did you want to read the March 13th Mrs Eleanor Pountain, sermons from previous Sundays? Baberton Mains Were there bits of it that you didn’t March 15th Mrs June Anstruther, Colinton understand? Go to the Church website at March 27th Mrs Ann Mackay, Juniper www.jgpc.org.uk and follow the link to Green ‘sermons’ and you will find them there. April 30th Mrs Meg Bell, Goldenacre Alternatively, get a paper copy of recent May 2nd Mrs Elisabeth Boyle, sermons from the Church Library. Lorimer House. May 25th Mrs Ethel Sutherland, The Elms Nursing Home Currie Horticultural & Industrial DISJUNCTION “The grace of the Lord Society Jesus Christ be with you” You are invited to compete in and/or attend March Mrs Jill Wallace, the Annual Show on 25th August 2012 in Whitchurch. Balerno Community High School. Schedules £2 (including Membership and admission to the Show) will be available in Congratulations to Hall 2 after Morning Service or from Sheena Blair, Alastair Paisley or myself. Isabel Campbell Dorothy Morrison, Juniper Green, who celebrated her 80th birthday on 29th April The Autumn Issue of Church News will be Charlotte Dea, Juniper Green, available on 2nd September 2012 and who celebrated her 96th contributions, or any family news, should birthday on 4th May be sent or given to Alison Robertson by Thomasina (Tot) Wright, Clovenstone 19th August. email address: Nursing Home, who celebrated her 101st email@example.com birthday on 19th May. Dorothy and John Morrison, Juniper Green, who celebrated their Golden Wedding on 21st April Sheena and Bill Blair, Currie, who will celebrate their Golden Wedding on 4th June. What’s On Sunday Services: Morning Worship 10:30 am DATES FOR THE DIARY June 3rd Communion Services at 10.30am and 3.30pm The Jubilee Lunch, 12 – 2pm. June 6th Kirk Session meets in Hall 2 at 7.30pm June 10th Men’s Breakfast Second Sunday – evening service in Hall 2 at 7pm. June 17th Morning Service at 10.30am followed by Prayers for Healing June 21st St Margaret’s Court service at 10.30am in the lounge. June 24th Promotion service for all ages at 10.30am. Lorimer House Service at 3pm. July 1st Morning Service at 10.30am, followed by an informal Communion Service July 8th Morning Service at 10.30am conducted by Peter Chirnside of the Scottish Bible Society. July 15th Morning Service at 10.30am, conducted by Andy Bathgate, Chief Exec of Scripture Union Scotland; followed by Prayers for Healing July 22nd Morning Service at 10.30am conducted by Chas Godon July 29th Lorimer House service at 3pm. Aug 5th Morning Service at 10.30am, followed by an informal Communion Service Aug 6th – 10th On Your Marks Holiday Club in the Church Halls 10am – 12 noon daily. Aug 12th Morning Service for all ages at 10.30am reflecting the Holiday Club Aug 19th Morning Service at 10.30am followed by Prayers for Healing Aug 26th Lorimer House service at 3pm Sept 2nd Morning Service at 10.30am followed by an informal Communion Service Sept 5th Kirk Session meeting at 7.30pm in Hall 2. Open Door Café and Toddler Group meets Tuesday mornings in Hall 1 between 10am and 12 noon. All welcome. Church Wednesday meets every Wednesday at 7pm in Hall 3 for The Prayer Time and thereafter a mixture of Bible Study and other discussion events in Hall 2 at 7.30pm, except in the months of July and August. Second Sunday is our monthly evening service in Hall 2 at 7pm – a contemporary look at the Bible as it encounters the issues that affect us today. Prayers for Healing take place after the morning service on the third Sunday of each month; we have a list of names of people who are ill and have asked for prayer, there is then a short Bible reading and a prayer in which we include the list of names. It is quite a simple ‘service’ but many have found this prayer time to be significant. COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES Our Church Halls are used by various groups during the week and, if anyone is interested in joining a group, do telephone the contact noted below. If anyone is interested in booking a Hall for any purpose, please contact Ian Marshall. MONDAY Zumba Fitness Class 9.45am Sara Wood Laura Quinn Kumon Centre 5.00pm Ravi Karanjkar Rainbows 5.45pm Sandra Gibb Scouts 7.00pm Chris Welch Pentland Pilates (Intermediate) 7.15pm Sara Wood TUESDAY Monkey Music 10.00am Alison Rankin Open Door Café 10.00am Inez Paisley Mini Kickers 4.00pm Dean Gibson Brownies 6.30pm Jean Dewar Scottish Slimmers 7.00pm Susan Shaw Edinburgh Budgerigar Society^ 7.30pm Bill Miller WEDNESDAY Ladies Badminton 10.00am Alison Buchanan Pentland Probus Club+ 10.00am Leslie Hannaford Drama Studio 3.30pm Julie McDonald Guides 7.30pm Susan Gibson THURSDAY Guild of Friendship* 2.00pm Elaine Wilson Enjoy-a-Ball 2.30pm Alister Ramm Yoga Group 7.00pm Maureen Clarke FRIDAY Zumba Fitness Class 10.45am Sara Wood Laura Quinn Cubs & Beavers 6.30pm Caroline Wood SATURDAY Kumon Centre (Children Self- 10.00am Ravi Karanjkar Learning Group) Fencing Fun 12.30pm Sean Walton Messy Church~ 3.30pm Jim Dewar SUNDAY Kids’ Church 10.30am Gill Hales ^ Monthly +First and third Wednesdays, September to May *Alternate weeks ~ First Saturday of the Month Juniper Green Primary School PTA uses the Church Halls for various functions throughout the school session such as discos, family ceilidhs, etc. Children’s Birthday Party bookings are also popular. WHO’S WHO CONTACT NAME Minister Rev James S Dewar Session Clerk Charles R Godon Treasurer R Douglas Buchanan Beadle George Anderson Bereavement Care Team Christine McBean Catering Sandy Watt Christian Action Team Jean Dewar Church Halls Cleaning Team Elaine Wilson Church News Editor Alison Robertson Church Secretary Joanne Frette Communications Team Shona Cook Creche Aileen Hardie Flower Convener Hilda McNeil Freewill Offering Administrator Lesley Grieve Fresh Start Organiser Marilyn Godon Garden Team Co-ordinator Jean Dewar Gift Aid Treasurer Douglas Buchanan Girlguiding Division Commissioner Jean Dewar Green Strollers Walking Group (Jeanette Campbell (Beth Walker Global Church Co-ordinator Fiona Dewar Guild of Friendship Elaine Wilson Halls Convener Ian Marshall Kids’ Church Gill Hales Ladies Badminton Club Alison Buchanan Leprosy Mission Sheena Blair Life and Work Co-ordinator Riona McNaughton Magazine Distribution Isabel Campbell MSM Martin Elliot Nurture Team Cliff Beevers Open Door Café & Toddlers’ Group Karen Berry Organist and Choirmaster Florence Kinnear Pastoral Care Co-ordinator Cliff Beevers Prayer Team Chas Godon Joint Property Conveners (Ian Gilmour (Ross MacKay Roll Keeper Isabel Campbell Safeguarding Maureen Heathwood Social Team Vacancy Tapes of Church Service Sandra Paulin Youth Group Fiona Dewar N.B. 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