Two events, designed to help protect people from fraud and exploitation, will take place on
- Tuesday 3rd December from 2pm – 3.30pm in Barnhill St Margaret’s Church Hall, Guthrie Terrace
- Thursday 5th December from 10,30am to 12 noon in St Aidan’s Centre, Brook Street
After registration and refreshments on arrival, there will be a Fraud Prevention Talk, giving advice and information about a range of various types of fraud and scams.
Transport can be provided – ring Nicola on (01382) 305745.
The event is supported by Dundee City Council, the Police and Fire Forces, and others. See leaflet on vestibule table.
With Refugees Broughty Ferry (WRBF), a group set up under the auspices of and supported by Broughty Ferry Churches Group (BFCG), and affiliated to Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees (SFAfR), is holding the above event in St James’ Church halls (foot of Fort Street, Broughty Ferry DD5 2AD) at 7pm on Tuesday 29th October 2019.
The speakers include Sabine Chalmers (SFAfR) and Agi Szekely from Kalunba, a charity, supported by the Budapest Church of Scotland congregation, which works with refugees settling in Hungary. WRBF and Kalunba are developing closer links and looking to ways of support and mutual awareness-raising.
ALL INTERESTED in welcome & support for refugees locally, nationally or internationally are welcome to this event. Refreshments will be available.
The ecumenical Service of Ashes will be held in Our Lady of Good Counsel, Westfield Road, at 7.30pm on Wednesday 14th February. Everyone is warmly welcomed.
Group meetings will take place on Mondays at 10.15am in St Mary’s Episcopal Church and on Tuesdays at 7.30pm in St James, Fort Street. The material chosen this year focuses on The Beatitudes, with the title “Life Attitudes”.