We invite you to join us in worship at Cumbernauld Old on Sunday 27th March, the Fourth Sunday in Lent. The service will take place in the Parish Church at 11.00am and will be led by Ivar Struthers, one of our elders and a Reader with the Church of Scotland.
We also hope to be able to livestream this service and you should be able to join us online via our Facebook page at 11am on Sunday if you can’t be with us in person.
We are now able to ease some of the restrictions that have been in place for a while. There is no longer a requirement to maintain social distancing, however we invite those sitting in the side (i.e. east and west) aisles to leave some room for the benefit of those who would prefer a little more space around them. Also, from this week we will no longer be asking people for their contact details, although we would still encourage people to take a lateral flow test before coming to church.
Please note that the wearing of face coverings is still compulsory while in the church, unless medically exempt.
Easter Egg Appeal
As we have done in previous years, we are inviting people to donate a chocolate Easter Egg to be distributed via our friends at the food bank at Cornerstone House to families who might not otherwise receive one.
If you wish and are able to help, please bring along a chocolate Easter Egg to our morning worship service at church on Sunday 3rd April. We’ll collect the donations and pass them on to Cornerstone. Thank you!