The annual and ever popular Fish Supper / Beetle Drive will be held in the church hall on Wednesday 18 February at 7 pm. Tickets for this are now available at a cost of £7.50.
Also available are tickets for the Ceilidh / Dinner Dance which is to be held at the Westerwood Hotel on Friday 20 March at 7 for 7.30 pm. Tickets are £25 each – for further details please contact Margaret McCallum, tel: 01236 728086. All are very welcome to both events.
The first meeting of Abronhill parish church 2015 takes place on Sat 24 Jan starting at the usual time of 09:30 hrs . The speaker will be Stephen Turnbull as ever D.V.
January’s J.A.F.A. Church is on the 25th of this month when we’ll be finding out more about the story Jesus told of a man who went out to sow some seeds and what happened to the various seeds that fell on the ground.
Think of it as a farmer sowing wheat in a large field, but this farmer sowed some seed on the path beside the field. Without soil, the seed couldn’t grow so it died. This farmer wasn’t particularly sure where he was sowing his seed, as some of it fell on rocky ground, ground which really wasn’t good for growing seed, and some of it fell in-between weeds which grew faster than the seed and choked the young plant. Thankfully, though, some of the seed was sown in good soil and the farmer managed to reap his harvest.
Come along to Abronhill Parish Church on Sunday 25th January and plant a bulb using compost, then come back the following month and see if it’s grown! We’re also making a collage, moulding clay into baskets which the sowers would’ve used and lots of other things to try out. It’s on from 4-6pm and we’d love to see you here.
The 2015 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will be held between Sunday 18th and Sunday 25th January.
Here in Cumbernauld there will be daily reflections at 12 noon from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd January, followed by a soup lunch, in the Church of the Holy Name, Fleming Road, Seafar to which all are invited. more
Abronhill Parish Church is launching the CAP (Christians Against Poverty) money course on Monday 2nd February at 6.45pm in Abronhill Parish Church.
This is a course designed to help people of all ages and all walks of life to manage their money better.
As money matters coaches, we’re are not financial advisors, neither will we tell you what to spend your money on, rather we will encourage you to take a better look at your spending and help you to build a budget with the help of the CAP money system of “Budget. Save. Spend”.
The course will run for 3 sessions spread over three Monday evenings with time in-between for you to create your budget and look realistically at your spending.
If you wish to book on the course please go to the CAP website www.capmoneycourse.org to register your place. We hope to see you there.