Worship on Sunday 15th January

On Sunday 15th January morning worship will take place in Cumbernauld Old Parish Church at 11.00am and everyone is welcome to join us.
Our worship this week will be led by Elaine Duncan, Chief Executive of the Scottish Bible Society.

Sunday’s service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page for those who are unable to be with us in person.

Congregational Board

The next meeting of the Congregational Board takes place on Thursday 19th January at 2pm in the Parish Church.

Craft Group

The Craft Group resumed this week after its Christmas and New Year break and will meet every Thursday in the Session House at 1pm. Next meeting: Thursday 19th January.
The Craft Group would like to thank everyone who bought their Christmas Crafts which raised £289 to support local charities including Cornerstone Food Bank and Cumbernauld Baby Bank.

Arria Voices

The community singing group that meets in the Church will restart on Wednesday 18th January at 7pm. This is not a choir (!) it’s simply a group of people singing together for fun and enjoyment. New members would be most welcome.

Men’s Group Burns’ Supper

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church’s Men’s Group are holding a Burns’ Supper on Wednesday 25 January 2023 in Cumbernauld Bowling Club at 6.45 pm. The Burns’ Supper starts with Robert Burns’ Toast to The Haggis followed by a traditional Burns’ meal (soup then haggis, neeps & tatties). After the meal there are humorous Burns’ recitals and stories including the Toast to The Lasses and the reply. Further Information and Tickets at £12 each can be obtained from any member of the Men’s Group at church.

Adult Fellowship

Kildrum / St.Mungo’s and Cumbernauld Old Parish Churches plan to start a joint ‘Adult Fellowship’ soon with a programme of speakers, visits and refreshments. The group will meet on a convenient weekday afternoon (details still to be decided) each month in St Mungo’s meeting rooms. If you are interested in attending or simply finding out more, please contact any of the Session Clerks at Kildrum / St Mungo’s and Cumbernauld Old. We’d love to have you along!


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