Cumbernauld Old Parish Church invites you to join us online for worship on Sunday 25th April, the fourth Sunday of Easter. Worship is led by our minister, Rev Elspeth McKay and you can watch by clicking on the video link below.
You are welcome to join us at any time and, as with all our worship services, this Sunday’s service is available to all, so please feel free to share with any family or friends.
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Sunday 25th April is also when we will be reopening our doors for people to worship with us again ‘in person’. The worship service starts at 11.00am and the current plan is to have ‘in person’ worship on the last Sunday of every month. We look forward to welcoming you back, or welcoming you for the first time, as we meet as a family of God’s people under one roof again.
Worship services from Cumbernauld Old will also continue to be available online.
Because of the need to limit numbers for the purposes of social distancing, a booking system will apply for those wishing to attend worship in church – details are on our website.
Please note that Government restrictions are still in place, so face coverings need to be worn, hand sanitisers will need to be used and we won’t be able to sing during our worship.
Coffee Jar collection
If you have been saving your small change in coffee jars or other similar containers, then please bring them along to church on 25th April if you are coming to worship with us in person, or feel free to drop them off at the manse when you are next in the area.
Our ‘coffee jar’ offerings have been donated to the Toilet Twinning charity for the past two years and so the plan is that this year’s offerings will go to a local charity, although we have not yet decided on a specific cause as yet. We’ll let you know more once a decision has been made.