Christmas Cards now on sale

As we have done in the past two years, Cumbernauld Old Parish Church is selling Christmas cards in aid of church funds. The theme of the cards this year is “All is Calm, All is Bright” (see picture below).

The cards come in packs of 10 and the cost remains the same as last year at £4 per pack. The message inside each card reads, “Wishing you peace at Christmas“.

If you would like to buy a pack please speak to any of the fund-raising team after morning worship any Sunday. Thank you!

COPC Christmas card 2022

Church Christmas Cards 2022

Yes, whisper it, but it is nearly that time of the year again! As in the previous two years, we will be selling Christmas cards in aid of church funds.  The theme of the cards this year is “All is Calm, All is Bright”.

The cards come in packs of 10 and the cost remains the same as last year, £4 per pack. 

We anticipate that we will receive the cards from the printers in mid October. If you would like to reserve some packs of cards, please speak to any member of the Fundraising Team, i.e. Elizabeth Snedden, Anne Morrison, Janice Smillie, Caroline Edwardson or Anne Murphy. Thank you!

World Mission Used Stamp Appeal

World Mission stamp appeal 2018As we have done in previous years, Cumbernauld Old Parish Church will be participating in the Church of Scotland World Mission Used Stamp Appeal over Christmas and New Year.

We’re inviting members to cut out and keep the postage stamps from any Christmas Cards they receive. These used stamps can then be put in the collection box which will be in the Church vestibule during December and
the early part of January.

This year’s appeal will help the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia (Ukraine) to run a number of daycare centres providing educational, emotional, and physical support for children and young people with disabilities. The appeal will support the young people to live life in all its fullness and to enjoy opportunities to participate in society and family life.

When cutting the stamps from your envelopes please leave a small, at least ¼-inch (0.5cm), border around the stamp. Thanks!