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Sunday Worship:
11:00am in the Parish Church,
Baronhill, Cumbernauld Village, G67 2SD
(any changes will be noted below)

A warm welcome is extended to all visitors
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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Latest News
: updated on 14th June 2024


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Worship at Cumbernauld Old

Morning Worship on Sunday 16th June will take place in the Parish Church at 11.00am and will be led this week by Isaac McLeary, a lay reader and a member of Moodiesburn Parish Church. All welcome!

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Village Food Bank
Our Village Food bank is open every Thursday from 10.30 - 12.30 in the Session House at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church. Suggested donations include:
Tins, jars or packets of spaghetti, beans, meat balls, stew, ravioli, cold meat, hot dogs, pasta, soup, sauces, fruit, custard, rice, carrots, peas, etc., biscuits, jam, meat paste. Toiletries including shower gel, soap, shampoo and deodorant. These can be left at the church any Sunday. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.


Cumbernauld Trinity Parish Church
On Sunday 28th April, the congregation of Cumbernauld Old Parish Church voted in favour or a union with Kildrum and St Mungo's Parish Church as set out in the Basis of Union document. On Sunday 2nd June, the congregation of Kildrum and St Mungo’s voted in favour of a union with Cumbernauld Old as set out in the same document. 
The new congregation will be called Cumbernauld Trinity Parish Church and the primary place of worship will be the building currently used by the Old Parish in Baronhill, with the St Mungo's premises remaining open for mission and outreach.
Subject to the approval of Glasgow Presbytery, the Service of Union will take place some time in the middle of August.
Before then, the last Stated Annual Meeting for the Old Parish Church will take place in Cumbernauld Old immediately after our morning worship service on Sunday 23rd June. With the union only weeks away, it is your opportunity to hear about the finances of the church, the changes that are likely to take place, the plans for the future and it is a chance to ask questions, raise any concerns you may have and make suggestions for the way ahead. As we join with our neighbours and become Cumbernauld Trinity, it is the start of a new chapter for our beautiful and historic church building, so please play your part and stay behind after next Sunday's service and be part of the story.


Music for a Midsummer's Evening
Local singing group Arria Voices will be presenting a variety of music to mark the longest day of the year at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church on Friday 21st June at 7.30pm. Entry by donation


Men's Group
There will be a Bowling evening on Wednesday 17th July at 6.30pm at Cumbernauld Bowling Green. If it is raining this may be deferred until Wednesday 24th July.


Christian Aid Week 2024
Many thanks to everyone who contributed - in whatever way - to this year’s Christian Aid appeal. We had three activities: the bread and cheese lunch; the Christian Aid quiz and a presence at the Boys' Brigade display at Balloch.Tea, coffee and home baking were made available to parents attending the BB display and all donations were for Christian Aid. The BB Company also made a most generous donation and the total raised on the evening was 272.28.
The total amount raised from all these activities was 1069.66 and that will make a considerable difference to
the people of Burundi, the subject of this year's Appeal. Many, many thanks again for your generosity and
continuing support of this very worthwhile charity. Thank you all so much for your generous support.


Summer Worship Services
The Kirk Sessions of Cumbernauld Old and Kildrum and St Mungo's Parish Church have agreed to hold joint worship services during July and the early part of August. These will take place as follows:

7th, 14th and 21st July - joint worship in Cumbernauld Old Parish Church
28th July; 4th and 11th August - joint worship in Kildrum and St Mungo's Parish Church


Give As You Live
If you use online shopping for any reason, there's a way you can help Cumbernauld Old as you do - and at no extra cost to you. We have signed up to a fund-raising website called 'Give As You Live' and all you need to do is click on that first, select Cumbernauld Old Parish Church as your chosen charity and then just continue with your online shopping. There are more details here.



























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