Monthly Archives: November 2014
Cumbernauld Churches Together are holding a series of Advent Meditations during December. The first is on Wednesday 3rd December, and will be followed by others on Wednesdays 10th and 17th. These Meditations are open to all and will be held in the Church of the Holy Name, Fleming Road, Seafar. We start with tea / coffee at 7.00pm and aim to finish around 9pm.
Our annual Christmas Fair is on Saturday 29th November in the Village Hall, The Wynd. Doors are open from 10am until 12.30pm and we hope to offer a wide range of stalls, crafts and the usual tearoom. We’re sure Santa will manage to come along and there will also be lots of activities to keep the children occupied in the kidzone.
We are currently looking for donations of baking, raffle and tombola prizes, knitting, soft goods, toys and games in good condition, and Deans’ shortbread for the tearoom. We’ll also be raffling our popular Festive Hampers and a chart is available at church and at the Forge for items that can be handed in. Unfortunately, due to a lack of storage, we are unable to accept any more bric-a-brac or books.
We hope to see you all on Saturday 29th!
Our Christmas Fayre will be held in the Church Halls on Saturday 29 November at 12 noon. Admission is 50p for adults and 20p for children. There will be a tearoom and stalls will include toys & games, books, CDs, DVDs, Tombola, Christmas stall, toiletries, sweets, hand-crafted cards, home baking and groceries. There will also be a guest appearance of a ‘certain gentleman’. Do come along – everyone is very welcome.
Thank you to all those who were involved in or who attended our recent Coffee Morning and Craft Fair which raised £555 for church funds.
Moira Jamieson, of the Church of the Holy Name, is hoping to stage a Gospel Pantomime – Sinner Ella – by an ecumenical drama group. She is seeking actors and also people who can help with the production, scenery, etc. If you are interested please contact Moira on 01236 597633.