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10:15am in the Parish Church, Cumbernauld Village, G67 2SD
11:45am in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch, Cumbernauld, G68 9ND
(any changes will be noted below)
A warm welcome is extended to all visitors
Latest News: updated on 23rd February 2015
Cumbernauld Old Parish Church is a member of Scotland's Churches Trust
Sacrament of Holy Communion
We celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion in the Parish Church this coming Sunday 1st March.
The morning service will be at 11.00am and will replace our usual two services at 10.15am and 11.45am.
The J-Team will meet at the church at 10.45am.
A further celebration of Holy Communion will take place in the Parish Church at 6.30pm and non-alcoholic wine will be used at this service. All are welcome at either or both services.
Cumbernauld Churches Together Lent Reflections
Cumbernauld Churches Together are holding a series of Lent Meditations during February and March. These will be held on Thursday evenings in Condorrat Parish Church and are open to all. Although each of the reflections is part of a series, one can attend as many or as few of them as you choose. We start with tea / coffee at 7.00pm and aim to finish around 9pm.
Daily Reflections for Lent
The Moderator of the General Assembly is encouraging the Church to explore the meaning of Lent through a series of specially-commissioned daily articles from February 18th. More information about the initiative, which is being undertake in partnership with Christian Aid, can be found on the Church of Scotland website.
The Congregational Board has bought new plastic covers for the hymnbooks in the Church and at Balloch.
We'd love to have your help in making the task of changing the covers much easier, so if you can come along to the Session House at 2pm on Wednesday 25th February please do make the effort. Tea and coffee will be provided, and it could be a very sociable afternoon, so why not come along?
World Day of Prayer 2015
This year's annual World Day of Prayer Service will be on Friday 6th March, starting at 7.30pm in the Church of The Holy Name, Fleming Road, Seafar. Much of the material for this year's service has been produced by the women of the Bahamas and the theme is: 'Jesus said to them, "Do you know what I have done to you?"'
Please come along and join us at this important ecumenical event.
Cumbernauld Food Banks
Thank you for your continued support for the Food Banks in Cumbernauld. Donations are still needed, and are very welcome - mainly of tinned goods, please: e.g. mince, stew, curry, hot dogs, chopped ham / pork, spaghetti, macaroni cheese, ravioli, peas, beans, potatoes, tuna, fruit and custard, plus tea bags, long-life (UHT) milk, breakfast cereal and biscuits. Please continue to use the box for donated items in the Church vestibule and you can also leave items when we worship at the Forge in Balloch.
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