Morton Christmas Service

Morton club chaplain Reverend Dave Hall (pictured, left) will hold a Christmas service in Greenock Methodist Church tomorrow at 3.30pm. The service is open to all Morton players, staff and supporters.

Morton chairman Douglas Rae spoke of the service in his 'From The Chairman's Desk' column in Saturday's matchday programme: "Morton supporters who would like to attend will be made most welcome at Dave's Church on Ardgowan Street, Greenock (opposite the Sheriff Court!). I hope to have the pleasure of meeting many supporters at the service. See you there!"

The service was also mentioned in today's Greenock Telegraph. According to the snippet on the back page a couple of Morton players will be performing singing solos while others will be carrying out readings. I wonder if we actually have some religious players in the squad or if the players are duty bound to attend - and sing. Hopefully Kieran McAnespie is one of those singing as he needs to do something to earn the wages he is picking up week in, week out.

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