Step Out at Brechin Baptist Fellowship

Members of the 'Step Out' group at the Brechin Baptist Fellowship last week. The theme for the week was Deep Sea Discovery and it was filled with games, crafts, snacks, Bible stories from the life of Jesus and the Disciples and dramas. The group started with 22 on the Monday and had a high of 27 plus workers and a great crew from the Baptist Union of Scotland - Heather from Erskine, Daniel from Edinburgh, Jenny from Stirling, Eilidh from Pitlochry , Toni from Lossiemouth and Jonah from Glenrothes. There were also special events in the evenings with teens on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, a songs of praise on the Tuesday and a family barbecue on Thursday evening with over 80 in attendance. The week was wrapped up on the Sunday with a family service to review the great week that had been had by all.
Members of the 'Step Out' group at the Brechin Baptist Fellowship last week. The theme for the week was Deep Sea Discovery and it was filled with games, crafts, snacks, Bible stories from the life of Jesus and the Disciples and dramas. The group started with 22 on the Monday and had a high of 27 plus workers and a great crew from the Baptist Union of Scotland - Heather from Erskine, Daniel from Edinburgh, Jenny from Stirling, Eilidh from Pitlochry , Toni from Lossiemouth and Jonah from Glenrothes. There were also special events in the evenings with teens on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, a songs of praise on the Tuesday and a family barbecue on Thursday evening with over 80 in attendance. The week was wrapped up on the Sunday with a family service to review the great week that had been had by all.

Members of the ‘Step Out’ group at the Brechin Baptist Fellowship last week.

The theme for the week was Deep Sea Discovery and it was filled with games, crafts, snacks, Bible stories from the life of Jesus and the Disciples and dramas.

The group started with 22 on the Monday and had a high of 27 plus workers and a great crew from the Baptist Union of Scotland - Heather from Erskine, Daniel from Edinburgh, Jenny from Stirling, Eilidh from Pitlochry , Toni from Lossiemouth and Jonah from Glenrothes.

There were also special events in the evenings with teens on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, a songs of praise on the Tuesday and a family barbecue on Thursday evening with over 80 in attendance.

The week was wrapped up on the Sunday with a family service to review the great week that had been had by all.