A ‘Thank-you’ from Cumbernauld Old

A huge THANK YOU to everyone who helped us raise £462.74 at the Coffee Morning & Plant Sale held on Saturday 25th May in the Manse grounds. Our special thanks to the Ladies’ Group for the delicious teas; to Ann Birnie for taking care of the plant sales, with the help of the Men’s Group – the plants went like hot cakes (so to speak!); to everyone who turned up on Wednesday and early on Saturday morning to put up gazebos, tables, etc. and then dismantle it all; and finally, to everyone who turned up and spent their money on a lovely sunny day. Thank you all again.

Cumbernauld Gala Day

Anyone who wishes to book a stall at this year’s Cumbernauld Gala Day on Saturday 13th July can download a booking form from the Gala Day page at www.cumbernauldcommunityforum.co.uk

Forms should be handed in (or posted) with payment to the Link Community Centre. Anyone without access to a printer can collect a form from either the Link or Muirfield Community Centres, Cumbernauld Library, or the Cumbernauld News office in the Town Centre.

(Please note: we have posted this on the Cumbernauld churches’ website just for information. Please do not contact us about the Gala Day itself. Instead please use the link on the Community Forum website. Thanks.)

Points North Messy Church

The Points North team of Condorrat and Cumbernauld Old Parish Churches are holding another Messy Church on Sunday 26 May, starting at 4pm in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch.

Messy Church is a couple of hours of activities and crafts, games and stories, followed by a time of celebration and finishing with a meal. All welcome!

Condorrat Parish Church – Summer Fete

Despite wet weather Condorrat Parish Church’s Summer Fete held on Saturday 18th May was a great success.  It was opened by Gregg McClymont MP and a really good crowd came along to enjoy the event which raised £1,444 towards our Sanctuary Refurbishment Project.  A big vote of thanks to all involved.

Christian Aid Week 12-18 May 2013

This is the new TV advert for Christian Aid Week 2013, which takes place from 12-18 May. It tells the story of poverty – and how to overcome it. It doesn’t feature actors and this isn’t a film set. It’s a real community and a real story of hope, self-sufficiency and the power of possibility. This is what our donations to Christian Aid can achieve in poor communities around the world.

Condorrat Church Spring Fayre

Condorrat Parish Church is holding a Spring Fayre on Saturday 18th May at 12 noon. Admission 50p for adults and 20p for children.  There will be all the usual stalls: books, groceries, toiletries, tombola, plants, handmade cards, and much, much more.  Coffee/tea and goodies also available.  Do come along – everyone is welcome.