Taste and See

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Taste and See

Taste and See is an informal, interactive all-age worship event, held once a month, usually in the church hall.

2017-18 Programme

27 Aug  4pm    BBQ at church                food provided
1 Oct   4pm       Taste & See Worship     bring and share
17 Dec 10.15     Christmas Celebration  party lunch
14 Jan  1pm     Pool Party                        bring picnic
4 Feb   4pm     Taste & See Worship      bring and share
4 Mar   9am    Communion                     breakfast provided
1 April 10.15   Easter Celebration           coffee + cake
13 May 4pm    Worship on Selkirk Hill   bring picnic
24 Jun  10.15   Taste & See Worship      icecream


  • Children and Families Worker

    Selkirk Parish Church is looking for a Children and Families Worker

    Title of Post: Children and Families Worker

    Organisation: Selkirk Parish Church

    Salary: £24,630 pro-rata, £12.60 an hour

    Post: Part-time, 25 hours per week

    Length of contract: 3 years

    Closing Date:  29th March 2019

    Location: Selkirk, Scottish Borders

    To find out about the Children and Families worker post, or for an application form, click here


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  • Taste and See Christmas party

    Taste and See Christmas party Dec 23rd

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  • Taste and See picnic

    Taste and See picnic Sunday 20th May 2018

    Taste and See worship together and picnic on Selkirk Hill – Pentecost Sunday.
    Our theme was: Holy Spirit – wind, flame and helper.

    wind!

    all ages having fun!

    fruit of the Spirit flame tree

    …. and picnic time.

     


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  • Taste and See Pool Party

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

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  • Taste and See Christmas Party

    Taste and See Christmas Party
    The Taste and See team led the worship on Sunday 18th December. Active worship involved the whole congregations, with video, songs, readings, interviews, and the shepherds arriving by bike! After the service and coffee, 23 children and a good few adults enjoyed some party games followed by party food – thanks to all who organised the food and fun.

     
     
     


     

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