Worship on Sunday 3rd July

You are invited to join us for worship at Cumbernauld Old on Sunday 3rd July. The service in the Parish Church starts at 11.00am and will be led this week by Ivar Struthers, one of our elders and a Reader with the Church of Scotland. All are welcome!
We hope to have our live-stream back up-and-running so if you can’t be with us in person, please join us on Facebook at 11am on Sunday..

DEC Ukraine Appeal

The members of the craft group would like to thank everyone who supported us with our recent Crafts for Ukraine fundraising, which raised £280 which was sent to The Disasters Emergency Committee Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal by one of our members and with added Gift Aid came to the wonderful total of £350.

Singing Group

Our proposed new singing group has attracted a lot of attention, so thanks to everyone who has signed up or expressed an interest. There’s always room for more people to join, so please let us know below if you would like to find out more. Lynn is now working out the details for a possible September start and has set up a Twitter page @SingCumbernauld which we’ll update with news when it becomes available. Why not give it a wee follow?

Book Club

Hot on the heels of our planned Singing Group (see above) Cumbernauld Old is also hoping to start a book group – the intention is to get people reading and talking about books they enjoy with others, and perhaps reading something they would never have tried. The plan at the moment is that the group will meet monthly and the next book of the month will be chosen by members each month. Drop us a line if you are interested. There is also a sign-up sheet in the church vestibule.

Worship on Sunday 26th June

You are warmly invited to join us at Cumbernauld Old for worship on Sunday 26th June. The service will be held in the Parish Church at 11.00am and will be led by David Nicholson DCS, a retired Deacon in the Church of Scotland.  Everyone welcome!

Christian Aid Week 2022

We are delighted to let you know that the total donated by the congregation of Cumbernauld Old and their friends and family during Christian Aid Week in May was £560.
Many thanks to everyone for their continuing generosity at this difficult time. This total does not include money donated directly to Christian Aid, eg via their website,

Book Club

We are hoping to start a book group – the intention is to get people reading and talking about books they enjoy with others, and perhaps reading something they would never have tried. The plan at the moment is that the group will meet monthly and the next book of the month will be chosen by members each month. Drop us a line if you are interested. There is also a sign-up sheet in the church vestibule.

Worship on Sunday 19th June

Our worship service at Cumbernauld Old on Sunday 19th June will be in the Parish Church at 11.00am and will be led this week by Ivar Struthers, one of our elders and a Reader with the Church of Scotland. All welcome!

The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page at 11am on Sunday if you can’t be with us in person.

Post-worship teas and coffees

Now that restrictions have been relaxed once again, the Kirk Session has agreed that we should reintroduce serving tea and coffee in the Session House after the service. So many people have missed the opportunity for a cuppa and catch up, so it will be good to see normal service resumed. If you are willing to be part of a tea rota in order than we can get this up-and-running, please speak to Elizabeth Snedden any Sunday. Hopefully your turn would only come around every five or six weeks – the more volunteers the better!

Singing Group

We are delighted with the level of interest being shown in our proposed Singing Group. There is no better way of cheering yourself up and lifting your spirits than joining with others to sing. You don’t need to have any musical experience, have a strong voice, be able to read music. It’s just the chance to meet together and have fun singing a variety of popular songs. A lot of details have still to be sorted out, but in the meantime if you are interested please add your name to the poster in the church vestibule or drop us a line here or on our Facebook page.

Worship on Sunday 12th June

Platinum Jubilee bunting, Cumbernauld Old Parish Church, June 2022

You are warmly invited to worship with us at Cumbernauld Old on Sunday 12th June. Our worship service in the Parish Church starts at 11.00am and will be led this week by Ivar Struthers, one of our elders and a Reader with the Church of Scotland.

The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page at 11am on Sunday if you can’t be with us in person.

Thanks to everyone who contributed in any way to our get together last Sunday afternoon. To those who helped set up the garden, those who served and tidied away, the craft group for knitting the bunting, Rae for her delicious baking and Alan Scobie (butcher) for donating the sausage rolls. We think everyone enjoyed the opportunity for a catch up and the food went down well too!!

Post-worship teas and coffees

Now that restrictions have been relaxed once again, the Kirk Session has agreed that we should reintroduce serving tea and coffee in the Session House after the service. So many people have missed the opportunity for a cuppa and catch up.
But we need volunteers to make this happen! If you are willing to be part of a tea rota, please speak to Elizabeth Snedden any Sunday. Hopefully your turn would only come around every five or six weeks – the more volunteers the better!

Congregational Board

The next meeting of the Congregational Board will be held in the Church on Thursday 16th June at 2pm. We ask that any Board members who are unable to attend would please let Gillian MacDonald know as soon as possible.

Singing Group

Lynn Strang, one of our organists, has said she would be interested in starting a singing group. It would be purely for fun and enjoyment, and we would sing a variety of popular music. If you want to find out more or are interested in taking part please speak to Elizabeth Snedden any Sunday.

Worship on Sunday 5th June

Please join us as we celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion on Sunday 5th June. Our worship service in the Parish Church starts at 11.00am and will be led by the Reverend Edson Duque de Castro, a Brazilian minister who is on a familiarisation programme for the Church of Scotland and is based in Bishopbriggs. All welcome!

The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page at 11am on Sunday if you can’t be with us in person.

Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

Following our Communion service on Sunday 5th June, we’ll be having a Congregational Lunch to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. This will be in the manse grounds, and everyone is invited to come along and catch up with one another over a light lunch and tea or coffee in the gazebos.

Ecumenical Pentecost Service

Sunday 5th June is also the Day of Pentecost and we’ll be celebrating it with an ecumenical Pentecost worship service in Sacred Heart Church, Kildrum at 3pm. All are welcome.

Post-worship Teas and Coffees

Now that restrictions have been relaxed once again, the Kirk Session has agreed that we should reintroduce serving tea and coffee in the Session House after the service. So many people have missed the opportunity for a cuppa and catch up.
But we need volunteers to make this happen! If you are willing to be part of a tea rota, please speak to Elizabeth Snedden any Sunday. Hopefully your turn would only come around every five or six weeks – the more volunteers the better!

Smart Savers fund-raiser

Our Fund-raising Group has relaunched the ‘Smart-Savers’ project to raise money for church funds. You are asked to take a tube of Smarties from the vestibule, enjoy the sweeties then fill the tube with 20p coins and return it to any of the office-bearers. Members have continued to hand them in throughout lockdown raising hundreds of pounds for the church, so it would be great to see that continue.

Singing Group

Lynn Strang, one of our organists, has said she would be interested in starting a singing group. It would be purely for fun and enjoyment, and we would sing a variety of popular music. If you want to find out more or are interested in taking part please speak to Elizabeth Snedden any Sunday.

Worship on Sunday 29th May

You are warmly invited to join us at Cumbernauld Old for worship on Sunday 29th May. Our service in the Parish Church starts at 11.00am and will be led by Mrs Margaret Tindall, a Church of Scotland Reader based at Campsie Parish Church, Lennoxtown. Everyone welcome!

The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page at 11am on Sunday if you can’t be with us in person.

Sacrament of Holy Communion

Advance notice that we will be celebrating the Sacrament of Holy Communion on Sunday 5th June at 11:00am. Everyone is welcome to join us.

Platinum Jubilee Celebration

Also on Sunday 5th June, following our Communion service, we’ll be having a Congregational Lunch to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. This will be in the manse grounds, and everyone is invited to come along and catch up with one other over a light lunch and tea or coffee in the gazebos.

Ecumenical Pentecost Service

And finally, Sunday 5th June is also the Day of Pentecost and we’ll be celebrating it with an ecumenical Pentecost worship service in Sacred Heart Church, Kildrum at 3pm. All are welcome.

Worship on Sunday 22nd May

You are warmly invited to join us for worship at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church on Sunday 22nd May, the Sixth Sunday of Easter. The service will be held 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 hope you can join us!
The service will also be live-streamed on our Facebook page at 11am on Sunday if you can’t be with us in person.

Pastoral cover

Our Deacon, Valerie Cuthbertson DCS, will be on annual leave from 2nd – 22nd May inclusive. During this period any member of the congregation in need of pastoral support should contact their Elder for help and advice. Should anyone require further information or contact details please speak to the Interim Moderator.

Christian Aid Week 2022

This is your last chance to donate to this year’s Christian Aid Week appeal, as CAW 2022 ends on Saturday 21st May. Cumbernauld Old has a fantastic record supporting the vital work of Christian Aid over many years, so if you wish and are able to join us, please donate online using our ‘e-envelope‘. As always, thank you for your generous support.

Boys’ Brigade Annual Display

The 1st Cumbernauld Boys’ Brigade Company is having their Annual Display and Awards Night on Thursday 26th May at the Forge Community Centre, Balloch. They would like to take the opportunity to invite parents, guardians, carers and friends to come and join them for a night of celebration. The Display will start at 7:00pm and run to 9:30pm. Unlike previous years Anchor Section awards will be presented at 8:00pm at the end of the first half.

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Worship on Sunday 15th May

Blossom at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church, May 2022

Everyone is warmly welcomed to join us for worship on Sunday 15th May. Our service will be held in the Parish Church at 11.00am and will be led this week by Ivar Struthers, one of our elders and a Reader with the Church of Scotland. We hope you can join us!

We also plan to livestream this service on our Facebook page at 11am on Sunday if you can’t be with us in person.

Pastoral Cover

Please note that our Deacon, Valerie Cuthbertson DCS, will be on annual leave until 22nd May. During this period any member of the congregation in need of pastoral support should contact their Elder for help and advice. Should anyone require further information or contact details please speak to the Interim Moderator.

Christian Aid Week 2022

Christian Aid Week 15-21 May 2022Christian Aid Week 2022 runs from Sunday 15th until Saturday 21st May.
Cumbernauld Old has a fantastic record supporting the vital work of Christian Aid over many years.  If you’re able to support them again this year, you can donate online using our ‘e-envelope‘. As always, thank you for your generous support.

Love lies at the heart of the Christian gospel and Christian Aid have produced a video about how love gives people like Janet the courage to stand strong against drought and hunger. 

Charity Concert

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church is delighted to be hosting a charity concert in aid of Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) on Tuesday 17th May at 7.30pm.
The Sounds of Spring concert has been organised by local pianist David Swan and a quartet of young up-and-coming musicians who will play a mix of their own compositions and a variety of classical, folk and jazz music inspired by and in celebration of spring. Expect the sounds of birdsong and April showers, stories of new life, and vivid rushes of spring colour, heard through the sounds of brass, harps, keyboards and guitars.
We are delighted to host David and his fellow musicians for such a worthy cause and anyone who wishes to come along on Tuesday 17th would be most welcome.
Entry is by donation. Teas and coffees will be available for donation to church funds.