Condorrat Parish Church

Thank you to all who supported our Coffee Morning and Craft Fair last Saturday. We are pleased to announce that we raised £701.

Queen’s Badge for the 1st Cumbernauld

Boys' Brigade Queen's Badge AwardMany congratulations to Ewan Marshall of the 1st Cumbernauld Boys’ Brigade Company, who was presented with his Queen’s Badge at the Company’s dedication service in church on Sunday 27th October.
In the photo on the right Ewan is pictured with Alex Edwardson, the Company Captain.
The Queen’s Badge is the highest award in the Boys’ Brigade and is awarded only to those young men who have achieved a high standard across a range of disciplines over a number of years.
So, well done again, Ewan!

Toddlers’ Praise at Cumbernauld Old

On Saturday 26th October Cumbernauld Old Parish Church will be holding our Harvest Toddlers’ Praise in the Roadside Hall in Cumbernauld Village, starting at 11am(-ish). All toddlers are invited to come along dressed in autumn colours, or even as farmers(!) – and don’t forget to bring mum, dad, granny, grandpa or anyone else who would like to come for a short time of worship with songs and stories, games and activities. There will also be juice, biscuits, tea and coffee.

Condorrat Parish Church

Our Minister, the Rev Grace Saunders and our Session Clerk, Mr Harvey Baird are taking part in a Revival Radio programme on Thursday 24th October at 12.30 to discuss the Refurbishment project.  Anyone interested in hearing this should tune into 103 FM.

Also – a reminder of our Coffee Morning/Craft Fair this Saturday 26th October at 10am in the Church halls.  Everyone  is very welcome.

Harvest at Cumbernauld Old

This Sunday 20th October sees our annual Harvest Services and we welcome gifts of dried groceries (e.g. pasta, rice, cereals, dried fruit), tinned food (e.g. vegetables or soup), drinks (e.g. tea, coffee, long-life fruit juices) and toiletries which will be shared out to by the Social Work department based in Easterhouse, Glasgow. Everything donated will find its way to people in need.