Worship for Sunday 17th January

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church invites you to join us in our worship service for Sunday 17th January. Worship will be led by our minister, Rev Elspeth McKay and is available here or by watching the video below.

This video is available to watch at any time, but why not join us around 11am on Sunday morning when many of us will be worshippi9ng together, even if we will be in different locations at the time!

Worship from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church for Sunday 17th January 2021

As with all our worship services, this Sunday’s service is available to all, so please feel free to share with any family or friends. Please also check out our Facebook page for all the latest news from Cumbernauld Old.

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

From Monday 18th to Monday 25th January churches around the world will mark the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. This year’s worship materials have been created by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland and are themed around Jesus’ words “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit“, (John 15:1-17).
The annual event, which first began in 1908, is designed to strengthen the ecumenical ties between denominations and encourage a sense of mutual support.
More information about the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021 is available on the World Council of Churches website and points for daily reflection and action have been prepared by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland and are available here.

Worship for Sunday 10th January 2021

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church wishes you a Happy New Year and one that is filled with faith, hope and love. We invite you to join us in our online worship service on Sunday 10th January 2021 here or from the video below. Worship will be led by our minister, Rev Elspeth McKay.

You are more than welcome to watch and join our worship service at any time, but why not set aside some time around 11am on Sunday morning, a time we know that other people in our church will also be worshipping together online.

As with all our worship services, this Sunday’s service is available to all, so please feel free to share with any family or friends. Please also check out our Facebook page for all the latest news from Cumbernauld Old.

Mission Partners’ Letter

We are delighted to share the latest newsletter from our Mission Partners, Graham and Sandra Duncan in South Africa. We encourage you to read it and also keep the Duncans in your prayers.

Worship for Sunday 3rd January 2021

The angel said, “Do not be afraid; for see – I am bringing you good news of great joy for all the people; to you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, who is the Messiah, the Lord. This will be a sign for you: you will find a child wrapped in bands of cloth and lying in a manger.”

We hope that you had a peaceful and joyful Christmas
and that your New Year is filled with love and hope.

Rev Elspeth McKay is currently on leave and the worship service for Sunday 3rd January 2020 has been recorded by the Moderator of the General Assembly, Rt Rev Martin Fair. The video of the service is available here and can be watched any time after 3am on Sunday morning.

You can keep in touch with everything that’s going on at Cumbernauld Old from our website, Facebook page or Twitter feed.

Mission Partners’ Letter

We are delighted to share the latest newsletter from our Mission Partners, Graham and Sandra Duncan in South Africa. We encourage you to read it and also keep the Duncans in your prayers.

Worship for Sunday 27th December

Welcome to the worship service from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church for Sunday 27th December. This is our service of Nine Lessons and Carols and we invite you to join us here or from the video below.

Service of Nine Lessons and Carols from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church

As with all our worship services, this Sunday’s service is available to all, so please feel free to share with any family or friends. Please also check out our Facebook page for all the latest news from Cumbernauld Old.

We hope that your Christmas will be filled with peace, joy and love.

Christmas Worship from Cumbernauld Old

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church extends a warm invitation to all to join us for worship on Christmas Eve and on Christmas Day.

Our Watchnight Service, which is available to watch at any time, is available here and our Christmas Day worship from here. You can also watch the two worship services from the video links below.

Watchnight Service from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church

Whenever you choose to watch them, we hope that you will feel part of our worshipping community near and far, gathered as one to celebrate the birth of the Christ-child.

Worship for Christmas Day from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church

We hope that your Christmas will be filled with peace, joy and love.

You can keep in touch with everything that’s going on at Cumbernauld Old from our website, Facebook page or Twitter feed.

Worship for Sunday 20th December

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church warmly invites you to share in our worship service for Sunday 20th December, the Fourth Sunday of Advent. Worship is led by our minister, Rev Elspeth McKay and is available here or from the link below.

Although the service is available to view at any time, why not join us around 11am on Sunday morning, a time which many of us keep as our time for worship even although we can’t be together in person at the moment.

Worship from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church for Sunday 20th December

As with all our worship services, this Sunday’s service is available to all, so please feel free to share with any family or friends. Please also check out our Facebook page for all the latest news from Cumbernauld Old.

Christmas at Cumbernauld Old

You are more than welcome to join us for our Watchnight Service on Christmas Eve and our Christmas Day Worship, both of which will be online this year. We’ll post links for these on our website and Facebook page later this week.

Advent Calendar

There are still doors to be opened on our online Advent Calendar. Entries will be posted every day until 24th December on our Facebook page with links also on our church website. Each day there will be a Bible reading and reflection and some days will have art, music or video as well. Why not pop over and join us as we journey together towards the manger.

Journey to Bethlehem

Follow the Christmas story on our interactive trail called Journey to Bethlehem. There are twelve numbered posters located around Cumbernauld Village, each with a picture from the Christmas story and a line from the Bible. The posters also have a code which you can scan on your mobile phone to read the relevant Bible passage. From that link you can also download an activity which can be done by younger people. Journey to Bethlehem can also be followed from the comfort of your own home – here’s the link to do that.

Gift Service

The compassion and generosity of all who contributed to our Gift Service last Sunday was wonderful to behold. A marvellous array of gifts for all ages and festive foods as well as over £500 in cash donations was passed on to Bethlehem House of Bread, our local food bank. Read more on our website.

Rainbow Service

Our annual time of remembrance and reflection for those who have been bereaved, whether recently or some time ago, is also available online. You can view it from https://vimeo.com/488252938

Time for Reflection – December 2020

The next Time for Reflection in Cumbernauld Old Parish Church will be on Sunday 20th December at 11am. This service provides an opportunity for people to come and reflect and pray for half an hour in the church building.

In order to ensure as safe an environment as possible, we need to limit the number of people who can attend and so we would invite those who wish to attend to let us know in advance.
Thank-you!

Rainbow Service 2020

Every year in December Cumbernauld Old Parish Church holds a Rainbow Service and this year’s service was scheduled to be on 13th December. The Rainbow Service is particularly for those who have been bereaved, but can be for anyone who finds Christmas particularly difficult.

Usually we invite those at the service to tie ribbons around a tree in the Church to remember their loved ones. This year because of the restrictions we cannot have the service in the Church. However, you are invited to watch the recorded service from this link or from below.

If you would like to, please have a Christmas decoration or your own ribbon and some candles to hand for use during the Act of Remembrance.

Rainbow Service from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church

May you know God’s enduring love and care this Christmas.