The next social event at Cumbernauld Old will be a Silent Auction on Thursday 14th March at 7 for 7.30pm in the Village Church. It promises to be a fun night for all ages, and you can grab a real bargain too. Tickets are £2 and include tea or coffee. Any donations for sale can be handed in at church.
This year’s World Day of Prayer service will be held on Friday 1st March at 7 for 7.30pm in the United Reformed Church, Beechwood Road, N. Carbrain.
This year’s service was prepared by the women of France and has the theme “I was a stranger and you welcomed me.”
All are welcome to attend this Friday: women and men, young and old, friends and strangers.
The above event will be held in the Church loggia on Saturday, 16th March 10am-1pm. This is to raise funds for the Church. We shall be having beautiful home baking as well as a few seasonal gift stalls in the session room. A warm welcome offered to all see you there!
Special Event: One Evening Only, St Mungo’s Church, Cumbernauld Friday 22nd March at 7.30pm. “In Conversation With” Valerie MacLennan her very own one woman show.
Ever wondered why you have been given:
The Power of Words
The Ability to Choose the Words that you Speak
To Choose the Thoughts we Think
Fear and apprehension comes from not knowing the basic laws of life. In recession people are struggling with Finance, Health, Career or Relationships.
A Power Greater than Ourselves:
Where did your gifts come from?
Do you use your gifts to the full?
Are your thoughts controlling you, or, are you controlling them?
Where is God in the Upheaval of your Life? come along and listen to the discussion, it might just ive you a “Light Bulb” Moment.
RELAXED INFORMATIVE HUMOROUS
Tickets £10.00 each and you may pay at the door or alternatively reserve by Email to email@example.com all proceeds are going to the church funds.
We are holding a Coffee Morning and Craft Fair on Saturday 16th March from 10am to 12 noon. Tickets are available now at £2 but will also be on sale on the day at the door. The Craft Fair already includes jewellery, cards, handbags and speciality cakes, but tables are still available at a cost of £10 and anyone interested should contact Margaret McCallum on 07799 281 876 / 01236 728086.
The Dinner Dance and Ceilidh held at the Westerwood Hotel on Friday 15th February was a great success and raised an excellent £1,505 towards the Sanctuary Refurbishment Project.
Diary dates – Forthcoming events:
- Summer Fair – Saturday 18th May at 12 noon
- Fashion Show – Saturday 21st September at The Westerwood Hotel
- Christmas Fayre – Saturday 30th November at 12 noon
Guild – On 6th March there is an open evening (all are welcome) to a presentation on The Making of The Falkirk Wheel. The Daffodil Tea is on 20th March at 7.30 pm with entertainment from The Garngad Foundry Boys Praise Group. Tickets are £3 and will be on sale shortly.
For the last few years Christian Aid has encouraged people to “Count Your Blessings” during Lent; to spend a little time each day in Lent to count the blessings in your life and reflect on God’s abundant provision with your congregation, your family or your group. This year’s resources – which can be downloaded from their website – explore the idea of who we truly are and how we can support Christian Aid partners who are working tirelessly to help people lead lives free from poverty.
As the introduction on their website puts it “Each day from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday, forty bite-sized reflections will inspire you to give thanks for the blessings in your life, and enable you to step out in prayer and action to help change the lives of the world’s poorest communities.”
For the first time, this year’s resources include a mobile phone app – described thus: “with daily reflections, stunning photography and other tools for your Lenten journey, our fantastic new app for iPads, iPhones and Android devices is available as a free download from the App Store or Google Play.”
Cumbernauld Churches Together are holding a series of Lent Bible Study evenings every Thursday evening for four weeks during Lent. These will be held at Condorrat Parish Church, starting this coming Thursday, 14th February at 7.30pm (come and join us for tea / coffee from 7pm onwards).