News and Events

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Pie, Pea and Bingo Night on 31st August.

Thanks to everyone who came and made this event such a great success. As well as having a great time we managed to raise the fantastic sum of £850.

Used Stamps wanted

Please remember to collect any postage stamps that you receive in the mail and hand them in to the Church.

10.00am - 12.00 noon in the Church Hall

The Church Thrift Shop reopens after the summer break on Tuesday 12th September. Please come along and support it. Donations can be dropped off from 9.00am onwards.

Tea, coffee and cakes also available.

Thursday 26th October in the Masonic Hall

Join us for a fun evening of trivia and help raise money for a good cause.  7.00pm for 7.30pm. 

Sponsored Walk on Saturday, 27th May

There was a good turnout of congregation members and friends for our Fundraising Sponsored Walk. The weather was lovely as we set off from the Church for a walk around the town.

The walk was very enjoyable as most people chatted as they walked.  We then returned to the Church for a cup of tea and a bacon roll. Some completed the route twice and some even three times.

The final amount raised was the wonderful sum of £2,363.00. But more importantly, this was another great event which brought us together, young and old, whle raising valuable funds for our Church. 

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Members and friends of Armadale Parish Church gathered at the Masonic Hall for a wonderful Scottish themed concert. Gavin MacDonald was our MC for the evening and entertained us with his excellent singing and humour.

Rebecca Hislop and Julia Wiley sang a selection of traditional songs which were beautifully performed.

Two talented young ladies, Hannah and Ashley Stewart brought a breath of fresh air to the show playing fiddle, guitar and piano. They treated us to a selection of traditional and modern music and song.

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