Thank you so much to everyone who has handed in knitted poppies so far for the Remembrance Day 100th Anniversary display in Cumbernauld Village. Each one has been done with such love, care and attention – they are all just beautiful.
There’s still time to hand in more, so keep them coming! We have wool available at the Parish Church in the Village and at the Forge Centre in Balloch for those who need some.
Now for some great news: Some time ago we submitted an application to the National Lottery for funding to take the project one step further and create a permanent feature to enhance the area around the war memorial in the Baronhill. We have just received news that our application has been successful. We’ll let you know more of our plans soon, so watch this space!
Condorrat Parish Church will be hosting an Alpha course, starting on Monday 3rd September from 7pm until about 8.30pm and running for around ten weeks.
Alpha is a course designed for those who want to know more about God, Jesus, the Christian gospel and life.
If you would like more information or want to come along, please leave us a note with your contact details. We’ll pass them on to the organiser and get back to you.
You can also find out more about Alpha courses on their website.
The 1st Cumbernauld Boys’ Brigade company, attached to Cumbernauld Old Parish Church, has its enrolment night for the new session on Thursday 6th September between 6pm and 8pm. Any boy wishing to join the fun will be made very welcome.
The company meets in the Forge Community Centre, Ben Lawers Drive, Cumbernauld, every Thursday from September onwards with the Anchor Boys (P1 – P3) meeting from 6.00pm to 7.00pm, the Junior Section (P4 – P6) from 7.00pm to 8.30pm and the Company Section (P7 – S6) from 7.00pm to 9.30pm.
For information about annual and weekly subscriptions for 2018/19 and all the Company’s news, please keep an eye on their Facebook or Twitter posts.
The Adventure Starts Here!
The 1st Condorrat Boys’ Brigade company, attached to Condorrat Parish Church, will soon have their enrolment evenings for the new 2018/19 session and all boys will be made most welcome to join them. The details are as follows:
Anchor Boys (5 yo – P3) Monday 3rd September at 6.30pm
Junior Section (P4 – P6) Thursday 6th September at 7.15pm
Company Section (P7 – S3) Thursday 6th September at 7.15pm
Seniors (S4 – S6) Thursday 6th September at 7.15pm
All sections meet in Condorrat Parish Church Hall and they look forward to seeing everyone, both old and new, in September. You can keep up-to-date with all the Company’s news on their Facebook page.
The Adventure Starts Here!
The 1st Condorrat Girls’ Brigade company, attached to Condorrat Parish Church, is looking for new recruits!
Girls who would like to take part in some fun activities, make crafts as well as new friends will be made most welcome any Tuesday evening from Tuesday 28th August in Condorrat Church Hall.
Girls in P1 – P3 meet from 6.30pm to 7.30pm, while girls in P4 upwards meet from 7.30pm – 9.00pm.
The various activities and organisations for children and young people will soon be starting back at Abronhill Parish Church.
Sunday School starts back Sunday 26th August from 11am. The children go into church for the first 15 / 20 minutes and then have their own teaching – crafts, Bible stories, games, etc thereafter until 12.15pm.
The Nippers Club starts back Tuesday 28th August at 9.15am. Mothers and Toddlers and Playgroup will be on every Tuesday and Wednesday morning.
The Anchor Boys and Boys’ Brigade will now be on the same evening – Tuesday, starting 4th September. Anchor Boys from 6-7pm, with the Boys’ Brigade Junior Section (P4-S1), Company Section (S2 up) at 6.45pm.
Cumbernauld Old Parish Church is delighted to announce that the excellent sum of £1916.30 was raised in the parish during the recent annual door-to-door collection for Christian Aid Week. Gift Aid declarations were received for an astonishing £947.49 of this total.
We are also delighted to report that a further £350 was donated for the work of Christian Aid at the 1st Cumbernauld Boys’ Brigade Annual Display. A huge “well done”, thanks and congratulations to everyone involved.