The Church of Scotland Cumbernauld Old Parish Church
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Minister: Rev. Catriona Ogilvie The Manse, Baronhill, Cumbernauld, G67 2SD 01236 721912
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Deacon: Valerie Cuthbertson 01698 259001 Session Clerk: Brian Smillie 01236 720799
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Cumbernauld Old Parish Church aims to be an inclusive family of God
where all are welcome and everyone is valued and involved.
We aim to play an active part in the communities we serve,
reaching out with the love and joy of Jesus Christ.
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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

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Worship for Holy Week and Easter 2014

Thursday 17th April
: Holy Communion service at 7.30pm in the Parish Church to mark Maundy Thursday.

Friday 18th April
: Good Friday Walk of Witness, organised by Cumbernauld Churches Together. Starting at Sacred Heart Church (please meet there around 10.45am) and following a route through the Town Centre via Kildrum Parish Church, Church of the Holy Name, Cornerstone Church and finishing at the United Reformed Church around 1pm. There will be a short act of worship at each location, and tea and coffee will be served at the final stop.

Also on Good Friday the Parish Church will be open from 12 noon to 3pm for prayer and reflection. There will be a Bible reading, spoken meditation and prayer on the hour and half-hour, and people are welcome to come and stay for as long as they wish, or are able, during the vigil.

Sunday 20th April
: Easter Day celebrations at worship services at 10.15am in the Parish Church and 11.45am in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch.


Food Banks - request for help
As you may know, there are now two Food Banks in Cumbernauld. At its recent meeting the Kirk Session agreed that we should encourage the congregation to help our local community by contributing to these banks, run by the Salvation Army and Cornerstone Christian Fellowship. Most of the goods needed are tinned items (e.g. mince, stew, curry, hot dogs, chopped ham/pork, spaghetti, ravioli, macaroni cheese, peas, beans, potatoes, tuna, fruit and custard) plus tea-bags, long-life (UHT) milk, breakfast cereal and biscuits. There is a box for donated items at both the Parish Church and Forge Community Centre, and that will remain as long as necessary.

Summer Fete - Saturday 31st May
After a gap last year due to Project ROCK, our Summer Fete returns to the Manse grounds on Saturday 31st May.
We hope to have the usual stalls and games as well as our ever-popular tea-room. Gates open at 1.30pm.
The planning team are working hard behind the scenes and further information will be posted over the next few weeks. Please mark the date in your diaries!

Loaves, Fishes, and Lots More
This is the title of the new Cumbernauld Old Parish Church Cookbook containing a selection of favourite recipes suggested by members of the congregation including starters, mains and, of course, plenty of sweets! It’s another great fund-raising idea for Cumbernauld Old from Elizabeth Snedden and Anne Morrison and it’s a snip at £3, so please get your copy now from either of them.

 
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