Christian Aid Week 2019

Christian Aid thank-you envelopeA huge thank-you to everyone who took part in this year’s Christian Aid Week at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church. We recently counted the money collected and are delighted to announce that £1900.29 was raised by the door-to-door, congregation and ‘neighbours’ donations. A further £311 was raised at the Boys’ Brigade Annual Display.

When one adds the Gift Aid pledged on those donations, the final total raised for Christian Aid is a wonderful £2433.83.

That is an impressive amount of money, especially as there were only six door-to-door collectors this year. Thanks are due to them, and to our BB Company, but also to everyone in the congregation who invited their ‘Christmas Card neighbours’ to donate; this really has made a huge difference to the total amount raised. This contribution to Christian Aid will hopefully have a considerable impact on the women of Sierra Leone.

Thanks again, everyone!

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Quiz Night at Kildrum

Kildrum Parish Church is holding a Quiz Night and raffle on Saturday 2nd February at 7.00pm. The money raised from this event will be going towards Natalie Dunn’s trip to Machu Picchu, Peru. She is walking the Inca Trail in October to raise money for GirlGuiding and needs to raise £4000 overall. This event will help towards reaching that goal.

Around half the overall money raised goes to GirlGuiding while the other half goes towards covering the expenses of the trip such as paying doctors to come, to cover accommodation at either end of the trip (the rest is camping on the mountain), the food and the flights.

Teams can be minimum of two people up to eight people maximum. Tickets are £2 per head with tickets available at the door, where you will also be asked how many are in your team. You can also book tickets ahead through Natalie Dunn using Messenger; she will take note of your name and put tickets aside.

Sign-up or find out further information about the event on our Facebook page.

Calling Cumbernauld Crafters

The poppy-making craft sessions at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church were such a success, with everyone having fun working together and enjoying the chat over tea or coffee and crafts, that a Craft Group is now being organised to continue the fun and fellowship.

We will meet in the Session House at Cumbernauld Old from 2:00 – 4:00pm on Thursday afternoons, starting this week, and everyone will be made most welcome.
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New Session starts for 1st Cumbernauld BB

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!

180725 1st Cumbernauld BB Enrolment poster

1st Condorrat Boys’ Brigade enrolment

Boys' Brigade anchor logoThe 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!

Condorrat Girls’ Brigade

GB logoThe 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.

 

180801 Condorrat Girls' Brigade poster