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Calling all lads and lassies!! 
Scottish Sunday is April 30, with Scottish activities leading up to the big day:
Shortbread Baking April 26th
Assist master shortbread bakers Molly Ludtke and Susan Gress at 6pm, April 26th, in the FPCNC kitchen to bake batches of shortbread to share on Scottish Sunday.
RSVP: cmbarbour@gmail.com
Scottish Heritage Cocktail Party
and Kirkin: April 28th
April 28, 6:00-8:00pm at the home of Scott and Susan Gress. Get measured and order a custom kilt! Bring an app and beverage to share.
RSVP: cmbarbour@gmail.com
Scottish Sunday: April 30th
The 44th Annual Scottish Heritage Service will be held on Sunday, April 30th. Join the festivities starting with a bagpipe procession at the beginning of the 10:00 service, grab some coffee and homemade shortbread in the back of the sanctuary and enjoy the Ceilidh featuring Scottish songs, harp and bagpipes. Follow the pipers to the Common Room for lunch immediately following the Ceilidh and try some haggis (or not)!
10:00 a.m. Worship Service
II Corinthians 3:1-6 / Luke 24:13-35
“The Right Road to Nowhere”                                
Rev. Paul E. Gilmore
Music featured by The First Presbyterian Church and The Mt. Kisco Scottish Pipes and Drums
10:15 a.m. Sunday’s Cool for Pre-K through 7th grade
11:15 a.m. The Cèilidh (or Scottish Celebration) will take place immediately following the service in the sanctuary. The congregation and our guests are invited to enjoy refreshments and shortbread in the back of the sanctuary and take a seat to enjoy the Cèilidh. We will then follow the Pipes and Drums out of the Sanctuary to the Common Room and Terrace where the luncheon and Address to the Haggis will take place.
11:15 a.m. No Cherub Choir today
Bring something to share (plenty of non-haggis options) based on the first letter of your last name:

  • A-E bring cold cuts
  • F-J bring sliced bread and cheese
  • K-N bring salads (green, pasta, cole slaw, potato salad)
  • O-R bring fruit or dessert
  • S-V bring appetizers
  • W-Z bring condiments (mayo, mustard, pickles)

The FPCNC Scottish Committee will provide wine, Scottish beer and soft drinks. A wee donation is much appreciated to defray our costs (we must pay the piper after all). Monies leftover will be donated to the Deacons Fund.
RSVP: cmbarbour@gmail.com

Brought to you by
The FPCNC Scottish Heritage Committee
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