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St Mungo’s Church Car-less boot sale

St Mungo’s are holding another of their car-less boot sales on Saturday August 9th from 10am-1.30pm. Come along and grab a bargain then relax at our café which will be selling hot filled rolls as well as beverages. If you are interested in having a table at the sale please contact Margaret Campbell on 07923576476 or 07847273716. Margaret can also be contacted on 01236 610458.

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Bible Society Fundraising Concert at St Mungo’s Parish Church

St Mungo’s Parish Church is the venue for another Bible Society fundraising event – this time hosting the Campsie Accordion and Fiddle Club. The concert is taking place on Friday 23rd May at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £4 for adults with children under 12 just £1 including tea, coffee and biscuits. Tickets can be purchased from Margaret Howie at St Mungo’s or just pay at the door.

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Holy Week and Easter 2014

A number of services and events are taking place in Cumbernauld to mark Holy Week & Easter. These include:

Monday 14 April

  • 7.30pm Holy Week Worship – Abronill Parish Church

Tuesday 15 April

  • 7.30pm Holy Week Worship – Abronill Parish Church

Wednesday 16 April

  • 7.30pm Holy Week Worship – Abronill Parish Church

Thursday 17 April (Maundy Thursday)

  • 7.00pm Sacrament of Holy Communion – Condorrat Parish Church – there will be a retiring offering for Christian Aid
  • 7.00pm Maundy Thursday service, including the stripping of the church – Kildrum Parish Church
  • 7.30pm Holy Week Worship – Abronill Parish Church
  • 7.30pm Sacrament of Holy Communion – Cumbernauld Old Parish Church

Friday 18 April (Good Friday)

  • 11.00am Good Friday Walk of Witness, arranged by Cumbernauld Churches Together, starting from Sacred Heart Church (please be there at 10.45am) and then through the Town Centre via Kildrum Parish Church, Church of the Holy Name, Cornerstone Church and finishing at United Reformed Church, where tea and coffee are served at 1pm (approx.)

  • 12 noon Vigil at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church until 3pm. A time for quiet prayer and reflection in the Church with a reading, meditation and prayer given each hour and half hour. You are welcome to come and stay for as long as you wish during the above times.
  • 12 noon Good Friday Vigil at Kildrum Parish Church until 3pm. Please feel free to come and go at any time during this period. The Minister and Deacon will read / reflect and lead prayer on the quarter hour.
  • 7.00pm Good Friday worship – Condorrat Parish Church – there will be a retiring offering for Christian Aid
  • 7.30pm Holy Week Worship – Abronill Parish Church

Sunday 20 April (Easter Day)

  • 7.00am Holy Communion in the Chancel Garden of Kildrum Parish Church, followed by breakfast
  • 10.15am Easter Day worship – Cumbernauld Old Parish Church
  • 10.30am Easter Day worship – Kildrum Parish Church
  • 11.00 Easter Day worship – Condorrat Parish Church
  • 11.15am Easter Day worship – Abronhill Parish Church
  • 11.15am Easter Day worship – St Mungo’s Parish Church
  • 11.45am Easter Day worship – Forge Community Centre, Balloch (Cumbernauld Old)

We'll update this list as we hear of any additions or changes – these are the services we know about at the time of publication.

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Bible Society Fundraising Concert @ St Mungo’s Parish Church

St Mungo’s Parish Church is the venue for a praise concert by Abronhill Church’s praise band ‘Simcha’ on Friday 21 March at 7.30pm.  This is a fundraising event in aid of the Scottish Bible Society. Tickets are available from Margaret and Alex Howie of St Mungo’s or you can pay on the night, priced only £4 which includes tea and coffee.

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St Mungo’s Daffodil Tea

St Mungo’s Parish Church are holding a Daffodil Tea and small sale, on Saturday 29th March in aid of Church funds. A warm welcome will be offered to all. Hope to see you there!

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Moderator leads worship at St Mungo’s

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Lorna Hood, preached at a joint ecumenical worship service last night in St Mungo’s Parish Church, Cumbernauld. Representatives from other churches also took part in the service and there was an opportunity for a ‘meet & greet’ afterwards.

The service marked the start of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and had as its theme “Is Christ Divided?” from 1 Corinthians 1: 1 – 17.

Click on an image below to enlarge it and view the pictures from the event as a slideshow.

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by | Monday 20 January, 2014 · 10:32am

Moderator to visit Cumbernauld

Rt Rev Lorna Hood, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of ScotlandThe Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Rev Lorna Hood, and her husband Peter will be visiting Falkirk Presbytery from Saturday 18th – Sunday 26th January. During her visit she will be preaching at a joint ecumenical service at St Mungo’s Parish Church, Cumbernauld.

The service has been organised by the five Church of Scotland congregations in Cumbernauld and takes place on Sunday 19th January, starting at 6.30pm. We hope that she will receive a warm welcome and are looking forward to hearing her preach.

The Moderator will also be visiting the Antonine Shopping Centre in the town on the afternoon of Tuesday 21st January, while other engagements during her visit to Falkirk Presbytery will include church services at Larbert Old, Abbotsgrange (Grangemouth) and Bo’ness St Andrew’s as well as visits to INEOS in Grangemouth, Strathcarron Hospice, Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Polmont Young Offenders Institution and the Falkirk Wheel.

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