As this is the “month of luurve” Abronhill’s J.A.F.A. Church this month will be looking at God’s love in all its fullness. Come and join us on Sunday 28th February where we’ll be making tissue-paper flowers, heart-shaped chocolates, painting heart shapes with string, and more.
Oh, and for those who were at J.A.F.A. Church in January, please remember to bring your broad beans back which you planted to measure how much they’ve grown!
This month, we’re giving the adults time to relax in their own area before we have our meal together but don’t think you can put your feet up – there’s a ‘Famous Couples’ quiz for you to take part in!
J.A.F.A Church is at Abronhill Parish Church on Sunday 28th February from 4-6pm. See you then!
Cumbernauld Churches Together are holding a series of Lent Bible Studies, the first of which is this Thursday 11th February. We meet at 7.00pm (for 7.30pm) starting with tea / coffee in the Session Room at Condorrat Parish Church. Further meetings will be on Thursdays 18th & 25th February and 3rd March.
Today (7 February) we were delighted to welcome to our Morning Worship the Rev George MacDonald, the Moderator of Falkirk Presbytery, who gave an address to the children and preached the Sermon.
On Thursday, 11 February we will be hosting The Churches Together Lent Study Group – 7pm for 7.30pm. Subsequent meetings are 18 and 25 February and 3 March. All are welcome.
The Sunday School, Guild, Boys’ and Girls’ Brigades are very much ‘up and running’ again with an interesting programme ahead. This year the 1st Condorrat Boys’ Brigade celebrate their 80th year.
The Social Committee has been busy as ever and our next event is a Fish and Chip Supper/Beetle Drive on the evening of Wednesday 17 February. Forthcoming events are as follows:
16 March – The Westertones Male Voice Choir are coming to entertain us. More details later.
16 April – Craft Fair/Coffee Morning
14 May – Spring Fair
8 October – Ladies Lunch/Fashion Show
22 October – Craft Fair/Coffee Morning
26 November – Christmas Fayre
Brightons Parish Church will be hosting a play called The God Particle by Jim Cary on Wednesday 17th February at 7.00pm. The play is a romantic comedy about an interaction between two people with very different ideas – a vicar and a physicist – who meet in a bar and form a romantic attachment. The play sold out at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2013.
Advance tickets (priced £4) can be obtained from Brightons Parish Church or the Strathcarron Hospice shop at the Howgate Shopping Centre in Falkirk. It will also be possible to pay at the door on the night but entry price will be £5.
Tea and coffee will be provided after the play. All proceeds will go to Strathcarron Hospice. This event is being organised and promoted by Brightons Parish Church, Scottish Charity Number SC001385. More information is available on their church website.
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