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
Latest News: updated on 23rd February 2024
Worship at Cumbernauld Old
Our morning worship service on Sunday 25th February will take place in Cumbernauld Old Parish Church at 11,00am and will be led this week by Isaac McLeary All welcome!
As this is the last Sunday of the month, please join us in the church for tea and coffee after the service when we'll also have a selection of Fair Trade items for sale.
On Sunday 3rd March we will be celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion at our morning worship service. The service starts at 11.00am and will be led by Reverend Tom Nelson. Everyone is welcome!
There will be a Retiring Offering after next Sunday's service for Tony's Safe Place, a local community organisation that provides support to people affected by suicide or mental health issues. Look out for the retiring offering plate outside the vestibule as you leave the church at the close of next Sunday's service.
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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.
Easter Egg Appeal - Sunday 17th March
As we have done in previous years, Cumbernauld Old is inviting donations of chocolate Easter Eggs for onwards distribution to the Bethlehem House of Bread food bank at Cornerstone House where they will be shared with local families. Our appeal date this year is Sunday 17th March and we ask that any donations are brought along on the day. Fairtrade 'Real Easter Eggs' are available from our Fairtrade Group as well as some some retail outlets, but all donations of chocolate eggs are welcome as are donations of Farmfoods vouchers. Thank you as always for
your valuable support.
Rev Fiona Crawford
Thank you to everyone who contributed towards a Thank You gift for Fiona, whose time with us has come to an end as she moves on to a new role within Glasgow Presbytery. A joint collection at Cumbernauld Old and Kildrum / St Mungo's raised the excellent total of £430, and following our joint service on Sunday 18th February Fiona was presented with a bouquet of flowers, a cheque for £300 and a giftcard for her favourite restaurant.
Fiona was also presented with a hand-crafted Memory Book with photos and other memories of Fiona's time with us as Team Minister. Thanks to everyone at St Mungo's who prepared and served lunch on the day and to everyone who came along to join the celebration. Fiona leaves with the best wishes of everyone at Cumbernauld Old and Kildrum / St Mungo's.
World Mission Used Stamp Appeal
Thank you to everyone who donated their used stamps over Christmas and the New Year for the World Mission Used Stamps Appeal. There was an amazing response and your stamps are now awaiting collection at the
Presbytery office where they will support Firmly Planted, an agroforestry initiative in Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Thanks again!
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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