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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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: updated on 20th May 2024


Fairtrade logo - Cumbernauld Old is a Fairtrade Church


Worship at Cumbernauld Old

Please join us for morning worship on Sunday 26th May at 11.00am in the Parish Church. Our worship service will be led this week by David McTaggart from Rutherglen Stonelaw Church.

Sunday also sees the return of our monthly Fairtrade stall. Teas and coffees will be served in the Church after our service and there will be a variety of Fairtrade goods available to buy. We hope you will stay and browse and enjoy fellowship after our service on Sunday.

For all the latest news from Cumbernauld Old, please check our Facebook page.


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.


Men's Group
The Men's Group next meets on Tuesday 21st May when our speaker will be Jim Walker, who will be presenting 'Photos of Old Cumbernauld'. The event takes place in the Session House at the Church and starts at 7.30pm. All Men... and Ladies, are warmly welcome.


Sacrament of Holy Communion
We will be celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion at our morning worship service on Sunday 2nd June. The service takes place in church at the usual time of 11am and will be led by Rev Tom Nelson. A choice of alcoholic and non-alcoholic wine will be available. Everyone welcome!

There will be a Retiring Offering this Sunday in support of the work of the British Red Cross, a charitable organisation that responds to emergencies globally.


'Coffee Jar' Offerings
If you have been saving your loose change over the past few weeks or months (or even if you haven't, there's still time!) please put it into a small bag and bring it to Church on Sunday 9th June.
The Kirk Session has decided that our 'coffee jar' collection this year will go to the British Red Cross, an organisation that responds to emergencies around the world and whose Emergency Fund exists to help them respond rapidly to people in urgent need. Donations, however large or small, really do make a difference and any help you can give is greatly appreciated. Thank you!


Stated Annual Meeting
The Stated Annual Meeting of the congregation will take place after morning worship on Sunday 23rd June (at 12 noon approximately) in the church. This meeting is open to all members of the congregation and will be your opportunity to hear from the Treasurer about the Annual Accounts for 2023 and to ask any questions you may have about them or any other aspect of church life.
You are warmly invited to remain in church after morning worship on Sunday 23rd June for tea and coffee and the Stated Annual Meeting that follows.


Live-Stream
Every Sunday our service is live streamed so that anyone who cannot attend in person can still have access to worship. It is a service that is much appreciated by several people in the congregation. We have a small group of members who take turns to activate it just before 11am but, as the holiday season approaches, we are hoping to get a few more people willing to help. It is all set up and easy to switch on. All you need is a smartphone (iPhone or Android). If you are willing to help, please speak to any of the Welcome team any Sunday.


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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