The Ladies’ Group at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church resumes for its Autumn session on Tuesday 8th October in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch. In a change from previous years, this session’s meetings will take place on Tuesday afternoons from 1pm – 3pm.
Our syllabus is still being finalised, but a warm welcome is extended to any ladies who wish to join us. We hope the change of day and time will be more convenient for those who would like to come along.
Cumbernauld Musical Theatre Group will present a musical extravaganza on Thursday 1 November in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch.
They will take us on a journey through some of Broadway’s best loved classics and modern day hits. Doors open at 7.00pm and the performance will start at 7.15pm. Tickets are £5, available from Cumbernauld Old Parish Church or by calling (01236) 724933.
Cumbernauld Musical Theatre Society is a very professional, talented group whose concerts are always a sell out. We are delighted that they have agreed to perform for Cumbernauld Old Parish Church in aid of church funds.
On Remembrance Sunday, 13th November, there will be a short worship service including the Act of Remembrance led by the Salvation Army at the War Memorial in Cumbernauld Village at 10.45am. The morning worship service in the Parish Church will then follow at 11.15am, instead of our usual 10.15am start-time.
Remembrance Sunday worship at the Forge in Balloch will take place at the usual time of 11.45am and include a two-minute silence at noon.
As the Forge Community Centre, Balloch will be closed for essential maintenance at the beginning of August, there will be just one service at Cumbernauld Old on Sundays 2, 9 and 16 August. This will be held in the Parish Church in Cumbernauld Village at the revised time of 11.00am. Transport will be available from Balloch for anyone who requires it.
All being well, we’ll revert to our usual two services at 10.15am in the Parish Church and 11.45am in the Forge Centre from Sunday 23rd August onwards.
The next Cumbernauld Points North Messy Church will be on Sunday 8th February, i.e. this coming Sunday, when we’ll be looking at the theme of ‘friendship’.
There will be lots of crafts and activities linked to that theme, and we’ll hear about the Bible story of a group of people who wanted to help their sick friend so much that they climbed up onto the roof of a house and lowered him down to the room where Jesus was so he could heal him! After a time for games we’ll sit down to share a meal together. The fun starts at the Forge Community Centre, Balloch, G68 9ND at 3pm and we’ll finish around 5pm. All welcome!
The 1st Cumbernauld Boys’ Brigade Company, attached to Cumbernauld Old Parish Church, will be holding their annual display this Thursday 15th May at 7pm in the Forge Centre, Balloch. Please come along and show your support for the officers, leaders and boys as they show what they can do – and help the company fund-raise for Christian Aid Week at the refreshments stall at the interval. See you there!
The first Points North Messy Church of 2014 takes place next Sunday 12th January in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch.
We have a new start-time of 3pm and will aim to finish around 5pm.
We’re starting off the year by looking at some people and stories from the Bible – January’s theme will be ‘Noah’ so expect some animal-themed crafts and songs, and perhaps even a wee surprise with our food near the end of the afternoon.
So please come along next Sunday – you don’t have to come in two-by-two! – and remember our earlier start-time of 3pm. Hope to see you there!
Many congratulations to Ewan Marshall of the 1st Cumbernauld Boys’ Brigade Company, who was presented with his Queen’s Badge at the Company’s dedication service in church on Sunday 27th October.
In the photo on the right Ewan is pictured with Alex Edwardson, the Company Captain.
The Queen’s Badge is the highest award in the Boys’ Brigade and is awarded only to those young men who have achieved a high standard across a range of disciplines over a number of years.
So, well done again, Ewan!
Points North Messy Church is back after the summer break on Sunday 8th September. The fun starts at 4:00pm in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch.
This month’s theme is “Love Your World” and the crafts will reflect some of the wonderful things in our world: insects, birds, plants and animals, all part of God’s creation.
We hope you will come along and join us at the Forge for two hours of fun and fellowship and the chance to meet new friends.
The Points North team of Condorrat and Cumbernauld Old Parish Churches present their next Messy Church this coming Sunday 30th June.
Messy Church takes place at the Forge Community Centre, Balloch from 4pm – 6pm. Messy Church is described as “a couple of hours of fun and mess” and is a time for people of all ages to come together and enjoy crafts and games, hear stories from the Bible and share in a time of celebration, followed by dinner. What better way to start the summer holidays?
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The Points North team of Condorrat and Cumbernauld Old Parish Churches are holding another Messy Church on Sunday 26 May, starting at 4pm in the Forge Community Centre, Balloch.
Messy Church is a couple of hours of activities and crafts, games and stories, followed by a time of celebration and finishing with a meal. All welcome!
The next Messy Church organised by Condorrat and Cumbernauld Old Parish Churches will be happening at the Forge Community Centre, Balloch this coming Sunday, Easter Day, starting around 4pm.
Messy Church is a couple of hours of fun and mess; a time for people to come together and enjoy crafts and activities, hear stories from the Bible, ending with a time of celebration and then dinner. Messy Church is open to everyone and the Points North Messy Church team will be delighted to welcome you there.
The Points North team from Condorrat and Cumbernauld Old Parish Churches hold their first Messy Church this coming weekend. Described as ‘a fresh new way of experiencing church’, Messy Church is a couple of hours of fun and mess; a time to come together and enjoy crafts and activities, hear stories from the Bible and share in a time of celebration and dinner.
Messy Church is aimed at people of all ages and interests, those who attend church and those who don’t.
It all kicks off on Sunday 27th January from 4pm in the Forge Community Centre, Ben Lawyers Drive, Balloch/Eastfield.
During the past few weeks the church building of Cumbernauld Old has been decorated by posters made by the children of Eastfield Primary School. Other posters were displayed at the Forge Centre in Balloch while the church was meeting. We would like to share a couple of them with you – the others have been posted to Cumbernauld Old’s website.