Musical Evening at Cumbernauld Old

The next social and fund-raising event at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church will be a Musical Evening on Friday 29th March led by our very talented organist Professor David J.Smith, who will treat us to recitals on harpsichord and organ.
By popular request, David will also be delighting us with his amazing improvisations – will you be able to guess the tune?

There will also be a guest appearance by the Columban Singers, led by their Musical Director Mariot Dallas. Teas, coffees and home baking will be served.

Our last musical evening was a great success, and we are sure this one will be too.
Entry is by a donation to church funds, so please come along by 7.30 on Friday 29th March for a very entertaining and enjoyable evening.

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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 Andrew’s Night social

Tickets are now on sale for Cumbernauld Old Parish Church’s St Andrew’s Night celebrations to be held in Cumbernauld Bowling Club, Cumbernauld Village, on Friday 1st December at 7.30pm.

There will be a great mix of music, singing, dancing, and much more – as they say, something for everyone!

Tickets cost £7 and that includes a traditional fish supper.  Numbers will be limited, so please don’t delay – get your tickets from one of our social committee now!

 

Abronhill Church Evening of Music, Memories and Merriment

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.

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

Sanctuary First goes ‘live’

This coming Wednesday 7th September Sanctuary First will be live-streaming from the Acoustic Cafe in 7 Melville Lane, Falkirk. It is hoped this will be the first of many in different venues all around the country.

They also hope that this will be a touching place for those who use Sanctuary First to come and meet each other.

This Wednesday Rachel Zylstra, a New York singer/songwriter will be featured live along with an interactive Bible Study based around some verses in Matthew chapter 5, looking specifically at Christian Identity based on the Beatitudes. This week’s theme will be ‘loss’.

You can watch this event live and online from 7 – 8.30 on Wednesday evening. If you have not yet made it over the door of a church, or it’s been a while since you have done so, why not drop into the Cafe or listen and take part online. Sanctuary First is not looking for regular church attenders, but people who may have given up on church but not the Lord.

Please also keep this event in your prayers this week. If you haven’t checked out the Sanctuary First webpage go to www.sanctuaryfirst.org.uk or check them out on Facebook.