Choir in Kinross at Causway Court

Last night (Monday 20th) the Upper Room Singers were in Kinross at Causeway Court Sheltered Housing to sing for a number of the residents. The Choir have been to Causeway Court a number of times over the last few years. The programme was similar to the programme in Crieff last Monday, with Perth Christian Fellowship members […]

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Upper Rooms Singers out & about

The Upper Room Singers have a few dates booked over the next few weeks. Last night (Monday 13th) they were in Crieff at Duchlage Court Sheltered Housing to sing for a number of the residents. The Upper Room Singers see themselves very much as a ministry, communicating the message of the Gospel through song and […]

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March Outreach Dinner: Simple Faith

Over 200 people attended March’s Fellowship Outreach Dinner at the NCO Centre last night (Monday 6th). This month’s special guests were Gospel music trio Simple Faith from Northern Ireland. The group have been with us a few times over the last couple of years, so it was great to have them back again. The goal […]

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Burning Issues Drama: Dreaming Big

Burning Issues are currently in preparation for their latest full-length production, “The Dream” by American playwright Robert Alan Ward. The play is an historical piece set in 1st Century Judea which centres around Lady Procula, the wife of Pontius Pilate, as those within her husband’s sphere of influence consider what to do about a particular […]

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Senior Citizens February Lunch: David Morrison

The Senior Citizens Lunches returned for 2017 this week. Over 300 seniors attended the lunches over the two days. The guest speaker for the February lunch was Pastor David Morrison from Falkirk. David has been a frequent guest to the Seniors Lunches, having been at the past two Christmas lunches. He sang a few songs for […]

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First Outreach Dinner of 2017: Jay Fallon

Last night was the first of the 2017 Outreach Dinners, with over 200 people in attendance. Before the guest speaker shared his life story, Ruth Moodie sang a solo, and PWAMM’s Korean Choir took the stage to sing a couple of songs after the meal, one of which was entirely in Korean. The guest speaker […]

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Men’s Breakfast with Jay Fallon

This Saturday over 60 men enjoyed a good breakfast at the NCO Centre. This was the first men’s breakfast for a number of years, so it was good to see it return. At previous ladies breakfasts, the men were on hand to serve, so this time round the ladies returned the favour. After a short time […]

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