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.

 

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Easter Cracked Open

Easter Cracked Open 2018 logoFalkirk Presbytery of the Church of Scotland will be hosting ‘Easter Cracked Open‘, an event for all ages, in the Community Hub of the Howgate Shopping Centre, Falkirk on Saturday 24th March from 11.00am to 3.00pm.

There will be stories, games, crafts and music, all on an Easter theme.
Why not pop in and say “hello”?

St Mungo’s Church Social Evening

On Friday 6th October the fundraising group of St Mungo’s Parish Church in Cumbernauld are holding a social evening of fun for all the family in Cumbernauld Village Bowling Club.

Tickets are £6 for adults and £3 for children. Donations for raffle prizes would be appreciated. Contact Maria Taylor, Margaret Campbell or any of the fundraising committee for details.

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Pop-Up Pentecost

The Church of Scotland congregations in the Presbytery of Falkirk (which includes the Cumbernauld churches) are holding an event over three days at the start of June called Pop-Up Pentecost.

On the the first two days there will be a Prayer Labyrinth in the Howgate Shopping Centre in Falkirk and on the Saturday there will be activities for all the family in a marquee at Falkirk Trinity Church in the town centre (inside the church if the weather’s bad). Entry to all events is free and we’ve created a Facebook event page for further details.

Thursday 1 June – 12 to 4 – Prayer Labyrinth in the Howgate
Friday 2 June – 11 to 3 – Prayer Labyrinth in the Howgate
Saturday 3 June – 11 to 3 – Pop-Up Pentecost, with crafts, games, music and stories, at Falkirk Trinity Church

Messy Church is back!

Messy Church - Sunday 13 SeptemberWoohoo!! I hope everyone has had a great time over the summer holidays and that you are now looking forward to coming back to Messy Church. I know we are!

Our next Points North Messy Church will be on Sunday 13th September from 3.00-5.00pm, but please note we’ve moved: our new location will be the Condorrat Parish Church hall. There is parking available and if anyone needs transport feel free to leave a message and we can organise for you to be collected… we don’t want anyone to miss out!

As usual we will have all our crafts, activities, time for celebration, games and a sharing of food together (made by our very talented chef Lorna)

Everyone is welcome to join us and if you can lend a hand even better… the more the merrier.

*** SUNDAY 13TH SEPTEMBER ***
*** 3.00 – 5.00PM ***
*** CONDORRAT PARISH CHURCH HALL ***

The Girl with the Answer

Messy Church logoHe was a big powerful soldier, but he had a problem. Lots of people had no success when they tried to help him, but there was one little girl who might just have the answer.
But did the soldier have the courage to ask her?
And just what was the little girl’s secret?

Find out more at Messy Church on Sunday 14th June, at 3pm in the Forge Centre, Balloch, G68 9ND.
We’ll have crafts, Bible stories, songs, activities and games for people of all ages and ending with a meal together. Hope you can join us!

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church Summer Fair

Cumbernauld Old Parish Church holds its annual Summer Fair this Saturday, 30th May in the Manse grounds, Cumbernauld Village. Gates open at 1.30pm and entry will be £1 with accompanied children free.

There will be a tea-room and a home-baking stall, plants for sale, knitted / soft goods, crafts, a raffle and a tombola stall, and face-painting, henna tattoos, games and activities for children too. Shakespeare’s Kids will provide the entertainment at what we hope will be a fun day out for everyone. Hope you can come along!