The Forget-me-not Café is for people with Dementia, their families and friends and is free for them to come along whenever it suits them.
It is held every Wednesday from 2 pm till 4 pm in Renfrew North Parish Church, Renfield Street, Renfrew.
The café is run in partnership with Alzheimer Scotland and volunteers from Renfrew North Church. One or two representatives from Alzheimer Scotland are on hand for you to chat with and get some help and advice.
The programme is varied with some of the following activities:
A cup of tea/coffee and some goods are provided – so why not come along and join us for a cuppa, a chat and some FUN activities!
Look forward to seeing you – for further information contact you can contact:
Iain/Wendy (Alzheimer Scotland) 0141 887 1289
Irene – 0777 1893231
Marion – 0772 8761644
Or email: [email protected]
The Prayer Group meets four times a year
The group is very ecumenical and include many people from other local branches of the Christian church. At the meetings there are quiet times, periods when we can name those in need of our prayers and an opportunity to be prayed for, on an individual basis, by Shelia.
The meetings always end with tea/coffee and home baking and of course friendly fellowship.
Sheila Love, 50 Gleniffer Road, RENFREW
Email – [email protected]
Phone – 0141 561 4535
Mobile – 07505 953 030
‘Whose we are and Whom we serve.’
The Guild meets on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesday at 7.30pm, October to March, in the Church Hall.
We have a varied syllabus and include a Burns Evening, Christmas lunch, and an annual outing at the end of the session.
The Guild hold their Annual Rally in Dundee in September each year, with guest speakers and information on the Guild Projects.
Contact details: President – Maureen Tunnicliffe :0141 886 5060, Secretary- Dorothy Scott: 0141 561 4649
The object of the Association shall be to provide fellowship, recreation and to stimulate interest in the work of the Church.
As part of the Church outreach, the Association is open to any resident over the age of 21 resident in the local community or member or adherent of the Church of Scotland.
The Association meets on Monday evenings from September to April and meets twice a week throughout the year as a domino club.
The Association exchanges visits with other Church Men’s Associations and the residents of Erskine Care Home, for whom it raises funds.
The Renfrew North Youth Pipe Band practises at the Renfrew North Church on Tuesdays between 7:30pm and 9:30pm.
We welcome experienced pipers and drummers and we provide tuition for players of any skill level from those just starting out on the practise chanter and drum pad, between 7:30pm and 8:00pm, to those players who are ready to take the next step and play the pipes and drums with the band. Don’t be shy and age is not an issue we have band members of all ages and levels of experience. Please contact David on 0753441385
A fun group for 5 & 6-year-old girls. Monday nights 6:15 – 7:15 September – May. Enjoy crafts, play games, listen to Stories and make new friends. Christmas & summer parties as well.
The Renfrew town coffee bar opens every weekday 10 am – 12 Noon. Come and join us for tea, coffee and home baking. All Ages Welcome! Bring a friend and enjoy a wee chat!
2nd Renfrew Brownies meet in Renfrew North Church Halls on Tuesdays from 18:30-20:00. We have lots of fun completing badge work, joining in with games, making crafts, taking part in youth parades, going on day trips and Pack Holiday! Those in P6 and above have also been involved in our joint youth organisation camp at Moffat! Girls aged 7-10 who would like to join should be registered on the parents area of the girl guiding website (www.girlguiding.org.uk/information-for-parents/register-your-daughter) and contact Valerie Wilson at [email protected] for further information.
The 1st/3rd Renfrew Boys’ Brigade is on every Thursday during school terms at the following times.
Anchors (P1 to P3) : 6.30 till 7.30pm
Juniors (P4 to P6) : 7.00 till 8:30pm
Company Section (P7 to S6) : 7:30 till 9:45pm