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  • Could somebody please ...?

    Could somebody please...?

    An article by Alison Andrews
  • Disasters Emergency Committee

    Disasters Emergency Committee

    Click image to visit Disasters Emergency Committee   The Disasters Emergency Committee brings together 14 leading UK aid agencies to raise money at times of humanitarian crisis in poorer countries. By working together we can raise more money to save lives and rebuild shattered communities.  
  • Christian Aid

    Christian Aid

    Click Image to visit Christian Aid   An annual Bronze Collection and the Donations from the Teas/Coffee after Sunday Morning Service are sent to Christian Aid who provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.
  • Poppy Scotland

    Poppy Scotland

    Click image to visit Poppy Scotland   The retiring collection at each Remembrance Service is sent to Poppy Appeal Scotland who help thousands of ex-Servicemen and women, and their families, overcome physical, emotional and financial difficulties.      
  • World Mission in Nepal

    World Mission in Nepal

    The Church of Scotland World Mission When the Church  ‘Missionary Partners’ were in Nepal , the Congregational Board made a commitment to send money to World Mission in Nepal each year. Usually a function is held to raise the funds. At that time £30 was enough to build a house for a family. Now the money is sent to continue the work of the Church of Scotland in Nepal. Click logo to visit Church of Scotland World Mission   
  • Self Help Africa

    Self Help Africa

    At the end of each Harvest Thanksgiving Service, we hold an auction of all items donated. The proceeds are sent to Self Help Africa. It seems fitting that a predominantly farming community are raising money for Farming Communities in Africa.   £11 will buy a bag of locally produced quality seed   £50 will buy a treadle pump to irrigate a farmer's crops   £90 will help to plant over 700 mixed tree seedlings. A relatively small amount by our standards . Click logo to visit Self Help Africa  
  • Operation San Andreas

    Operation San Andreas

    Operación San Andrés (OSA) exists to provide holistic aid to the indigent and under served people of Collique, Peru, a shantytown on the outskirts of Lima. Those who partner with OSA share the vision of demonstrating Christian love and compassion in practical ways to the marginalised people of Peru. Each year the congregational board organises a fundraising event and all the proceeds are sent to OSA. Click logo to visit Operation San Andreas  
  • Contact Information  
    Minister: Rev. John Orr
    26 Quarry Park
    Kirriemuir
    DD8 4DR
    01575 572610
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    Church: Tannadice Church
    South Esk Road
    Tannadice
    DD8 3SH
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    Registered Charity: SC006317
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    Session  Mrs Elizabeth Bridson
    Clerk: Timaru
    Trinity
    Brechin
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    Treasurer:    Mr John Rome
    Flat 31 Dalhousie Court
    Links Parade
    Carnoustie
    DD7 7JD
       
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