Every Sunday at 11.15am in the Church.

Rev Joyce Keyes (Tel: 01236 723833)

THE SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION is celebrated on the first Sunday of March, June, September and December at 11.15am in the Church.

Abronhill Parish Church
Larch Road
G67 3AZ

Cumbernauld Abronhill Church of Scotland

Scottish Charity Number: SC029326


25 responses to “Abronhill

  1. carolthomas2

    Welcome to our new blog. Hopefully we will be able to put lots of information about all the Cumbernauld Church of Scotland Churches here and also lots of events and activities relating to Abronhill also on this site for everyone to see.

  2. colin macleod

    An excellent initiative – the more information and access to it the better. colin macleod

  3. A J

    Does the minister have an email address??

    • chinapenguin

      No – the best way to contact the minister is at the telephone number in the ‘Abronhill’ page of the blog (click on the tab above).

    • Mr & Mrs C F Raine

      Are plans being made for the 50th Anniversary of Abronhill Parish Church?

      • Mr & Mrs Raine

        As founder members of Abronhill we would be interested in hearing of any plans to mark the occasion.

      • elder1659

        Thank-you for your comment and interest in Abronhill’s big anniversary. I am led to believe that Abronhill Parish Church will be celebrating their 50th anniversary next year – 2015 – although I don’t have specific details yet of what is planned or when these events will happen. I believe the actual anniversary is in October, so that’s the most likely time for the main celebration. We’ll post the news on this website, so watch this space!

      • Muriel Hanlon

        There is events happening in October this year. You are probably best to contact the church, for more information. Think it is around mid-Oct. Hope this helps

  4. Natalie Quinn

    Hi there
    I am looking to attendin your Church however I need to know if you have a sunday school for my children to attend while I am in the service. You advise would be much appreciated.

    • chinapenguin

      Hello Natalie,
      The Sunday School at Abronhill (called God’s Gang) meets during morning worship every Sunday and gather in the front hall by 11.10am. Ages from Nursery School age upwards are welcome and there is a crèche available for younger children. Hope this helps!

  5. Susan Reford

    Hello Natalie,
    Just to give you some more information. We have a new thing starting up at the end of January called J.A.F.A. Church (Jesus and Families Altogether) which is designed for families. There will be crafts and other activities, a meal and worship from 4-6pm if you wish to come along.

  6. Susan Reford

    J.A.F.A. Church went well on Sunday. For those who weren’t there, I’m sorry you missed the fun. The next J.A.F.A. Church will be on Sunday 24th February 4-6pm with the theme of “God’s Love”. Hope to see you there.

  7. Susan Reford

    J.A.F.A. Church begins again on Sunday 29th September 4-6pm. The theme will be “Harvest” with our activities ranging from dooking for apples to making fish-shaped croutons to go with our tomato soup! All families are welcome.

  8. Susan Reford

    Simcha – the Abronhill Praise group are holding a concert “A Night at the Musicals” this Saturday at 7.15pm. Tickets are £5. Everyone welcome.

  9. DBarclay

    Hello, is the reverend available at the church any other days/times aside from the sunday worship?

  10. scott

    There seems to be a problem with the contact number listed.
    Do you have an alternative number , Facebook, email or twitter for the minister

    • carolthomas2

      The number shown is the correct one for the Minister. She does not have a Facebook, email or Twitter account. I’m not sure why you’re having a problem unless there is something wrong with the line. Perhaps you could try again.

  11. Sarah Jones

    Hello There,

    I was trying to find more information about the Guild of Friendship?
    I support a young lady in the community who is quite socially isolated who wants to meet people in a safe friendly environment. Who is the guild open to? When do they meet and is it possible to drop in?

    Kind Regards
    Sarah Jones

    • carolthomas2

      The Guild of Friendship meets on a Thursday afternoon in the Church. It is mainly retired ladies who attend so I’m not sure if the age group would be suitable for your lady but you could certainly go along and see. I think they meet around 2pm.

  12. Joanne McNair

    Hi l am looking for details regarding when and what times Brownies are on in the church? Also is there a named contact I could speak to?
    Thank you

  13. Dave Slater

    Unfortunately there still seems to be a problem with the phone number listed – trying both from a landline and a mobile – so it sounds like it would be worth getting the number/line checked by BT/Openreach/whoever.

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