Harvest Thanksgiving Worship

Worship at Cumbernauld Old this Sunday, 3rd October, takes place at 11.00am in the Parish Church and will be our annual Harvest Thanksgiving service. Worship will be led by our minister, Rev Elspeth McKay and will be live-streamed on our Facebook page for those who are unable to attend in person.

We invite those who are coming along to our Harvest Thanksgiving service and who are able to do so to bring a donation of packet of dried food (e.g. pasta, rice, cereals, etc) or tinned goods. These will be distributed to our local food bank via our friends at Cornerstone House.
Harvest donations can also be dropped in at the Manse.

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Sacrament of Holy Communion

We will celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion in Church on Sunday 17th October, i.e. two weeks from now. It will be a different service from what we have been used to as we are not permitted to share the elements of bread and wine. Instead, we are asking everyone to bring their own small piece of bread and a little wine / juice and we’ll celebrate together as one.

Rev. Elspeth McKay

Sunday 17th October also marks Rev Elspeth McKay’s last Sunday leading worship with us as she has accepted the call to be the new minister at Paisley Abbey. Her service of induction at Paisley Abbey will be on Monday 25th October at 7.00pm. We thank Elspeth and David for the service they have given to Cumbernauld Old for the past few years and wish them every blessing for the future.

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