Worship on Sunday 12th September

Worship at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church on Sunday 12th September will take place in the Parish Church at 11.00am and all are welcome. Worship will be led by the minister, Rev Elspeth McKay.

There is no longer any need to book in advance, but we ask that you try to maintain a safe distance between yourself / your family group and other worshippers while in the church sanctuary. You will still need to wear a face covering, use the hand sanitiser provided and leave your contact details for Test & Protect.
Hymn-sheets will be provided but you are very welcome to bring your own copy of the CH4 hymn-book if you have one.

Our weekly worship services in the Parish Church will be ‘live-streamed’ on our Facebook page for those who are unable to attend. Please note that you don’t need to sign-up to Facebook to view these services, they are available to all. Because they are ‘live’ you will need to watch them at 11.00am though.

Harvest Thanksgiving

A bit of advance notice that our Harvest Thanksgiving service in the church will be on Sunday 3rd October.
We invite those attending to bring dried food (e.g. pasta, rice, cereals, etc) or tinned goods and these will be distributed to our local foodbank via our friends at Cornerstone House. Harvest donations can also be left at the Manse for those unable to make it to church on 3rd October.

Sacrament of Holy Communion

Advance notice, too, that we will celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion in church on Sunday 17th October.
There will be different arrangements for everyone this time around, and we’ll let you know about these nearer the time. This is just a ‘date for your diary’ note at the moment.

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