The Feast of St Mungo

The congregation of St Mungo’s Parish Church in Cumbernauld are delighted to have been asked by Father Campbell of St Lucy’s & Sacred Heart parishes to host a service on Saturday 13th January at 11.30am to celebrate the feast of St Mungo. All are welcome.

There will also be an opportunity to share in fellowship together by way of a meal at the La Bella restaurant in the Town Centre after the service. If you wish to attend the meal please notify Father Campbell or this page as soon as possible to give the restaurant notice of numbers. Many thanks.

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Come, journey with the star

Want a break from the rush and busy-ness of Christmas to take some time out to pause and reflect?

Over twenty churches in Falkirk Presbytery of the Church of Scotland are inviting people to “Come, journey with the star” in your own time and in your own way at the Howgate Shopping Centre, Falkirk over three days next week.

Advent Labyrinth 2017

The dates and times are:

Wednesday 20th December, from 12 noon – 3pm
Thursday 21st December, from 11am – 5pm
Friday 22nd December, from 11am – 3pm

If you can’t make it along to the Howgate, you can also follow our Advent journey online, or on your tablet or mobile phone, thanks to our friends at Sanctuary First -click on the link to find out more.

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Sleep in the Park

John Denney from Condorrat Parish Church will be one of around 9000 people taking part in Sleep in the Park in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens on December 9th.

This initiative by Social Bite aims to raise both awareness of and money towards eradicating homelessness in Scotland.

Money can either be donated directly online through John’s page on Virgin Money Giving or the Sleep in the Park website.

There will also be a retiral collection at Condorrat Parish Church after our Carols By Candlelight service on December 17th. Obviously any other donations for John’s effort can be given directly to the church at any time.

 

 

 

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Advent Meditations 

20171202_203529.jpgCumbernauld Action of Churches Together are hosting a series of Advent Meditations on Wednesdays 6th, 13th and 20th December.

They will be held in the Lady Chapel of the Church of the Holy Name, Seafar and will start at 7pm with the opportunity for tea / coffee and chat beforehand.

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Come and Sing!

A reminder that this Sunday evening – 3rd December – there will be a ‘Come and Sing‘ Christmas Carol service in Abronhill Parish Church at 6.30pm.

There will be carols old and new with some spoken words in-between groups of carols, so the congregation can catch their breath! There will also be refreshments afterwards.

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Festival of Light

171210_010 Festival of Light posterCumbernauld’s annual Festival of Light carol service will be held on Sunday 10th December 2017 at 7.30pm in St Mungo’s Parish Church in the Town Centre.

Everyone is cordially invited to this ecumenical service of readings and carols. The Croy Silver Band will once more lead the congregational singing, an incredibly talented Gaelic duet will sing, and the choir from Ravenswood Primary School will also contribute to what promises to be another memorable evening.

We invite you to take some time out from all the hustle and bustle in the lead-up to Christmas and join us on the evening of Sunday 10th December. Entry is free and you don’t need a ticket, but donations for Christian Aid and the One World Group will be gratefully received at the end of the service.

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Christmas Worship at St Mungo’s

Details of the Christmas worship services at Cumbernauld St Mungo’s Parish Church are now available. Here’s what we have on offer:

Sunday 17th December – 11.15am – Family service presented by the young church.

Sunday 24th December – 11.15am – Christmas Eve morning worship,

then at 7pm on Christmas Eve, we have a Family Watchnight service (note its early timing).

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