Falkirk Trinity Church is delighted to announce that John Bell of the Iona Community will be appearing in the church for an evening of light entertainment on Friday 16th February!
This event, titled ‘Holy and Humorous‘, will start at 7.00pm and tickets are available, costing £10 (subject to booking fee), from the Church Office or online.
John Bell is a member and resource worker of the Iona Community. He is an ordained minister of the Church of Scotland, a hymn writer and occasional broadcaster who works in all continents.
Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Iona Abbey Capital Appeal.
Nan McCabe, Marjory Williamson and friends will be hosting an evening of music, memories and merriment in the Church Hall on Saturday 7 October at 7pm in aid of Dr. Graham’s Home. Tickets cost £3 and can be bought from Nan & John Manson. Nan & Marjory will also be doing a Sponsored Walk in Israel in January and donations towards this will be gratefully received at any time.
The Cumbernauld Old Parish Church Men’s Group Annual Burns’ Supper will be held on Wednesday 21 January 2015 in Cumbernauld Bowling Club, and everyone is encouraged to come along to this extremely popular social event in the Church calendar.
It might even be considered the social event of the Year and, if you have never been to our Burns’ Supper before, you do not know what you have been missing!
Cumbernauld Burns Club will provide their usual, entertaining dialogue, masterminded by Callum Cormack, our Chairman for the evening. Our own Janet Graham and David Boyle will provide excellent musical interludes, and Anne Walker will provide her usual wit in defence of the ladies. You will also be served a first class meal! All in all, a great night, not to be missed.
Tickets are now available from any member of the Men’s Group, modestly priced at £7 per head. The time on the evening is 7.00pm for 7.30pm. Hope to see you there.
Kildrum Parish Church is putting on its own pantomime in January and the rehearsals start the first weekend in September. This time it is a completely original story, well… based (extremely loosely) on a little-known fairy-tale, called ‘The Pirate Prince’. Details of tickets and dates will follow in the next couple of months. So keep your eyes open for more details!