Harvest Thanksgiving at St Mungo’s

Cumbernauld: St Mungo’s Parish Church are holding our Harvest Thanksgiving Service this Sunday 7th October at 11.15am.

We’ll be accepting donations of canned or dry non-perishable goods to be forwarded on to the Salvation Army. Alternatively we shall also be accepting monetary donations for the Glasgow City Mission harvest appeal.

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An Afternoon with Elvis and Frank

St Mungo’s Parish Church in Cumbernauld is holding ‘An afternoon with Elvis and Frank‘ on Saturday 11th August from 3pm – 6pm. Tickets are available now from members of the social committee, or at the door on the day, and cost £5 which includes a sandwich buffet.

This is your chance to relive all those memories of yesteryear and dance away to songs and music by Sinatra, Crosby, Presley, Como, Glen Miller, Fitzgerald, James et al – we will even take requests!

All are welcome and should you require any further info about this event, please  message our Facebook page directly. We hope to see you there!

Holy Week and Easter 2018

Here are the details of the worship services planned by the Church of Scotland congregations in Cumbernauld for Holy Week and Easter. A warm invitation is extended to anyone who wishes to join us at any of our services.

Sunday 25th March – Palm Sunday

10.15am: Morning worship, Cumbernauld Old Parish Church (Village)
We invite those attending to bring a small chocolate Easter Egg which, after the service, will be distributed to children via our local food bank.

10.30am: Morning worship, Kildrum Parish Church
11.00am: Morning worship, Condorrat Parish Church
11.15am: Morning worship, Abronhill Parish Church
11.15am: Morning worship, St Mungo’s Parish Church
11.45am: Morning worship, Forge Centre, Balloch (Cumbernauld Old)
See note above about our Easter Egg collection.

2.00pm: Easter Toddlers’ Praise Service in Condorrat Parish Church.
This 30-minute service is designed with children under primary school age in mind. We’ll have songs, stories and other activities all on an Easter theme, followed by juice and biscuits (tea and coffee for the accompanying adults).

Monday 26th March:

7.00pm: Holy Week worship, Abronhill Parish Church

Tuesday 27th March:

7.00pm: Holy Week worship, Abronhill Parish Church

Wednesday 28th March:

7.00pm: Holy Week worship, Abronhill Parish Church

Thursday 29th March – Maundy Thursday

6.30pm for 7.00pm: Fish Supper and informal Communion service, St Mungo’s Parish Church
7.00pm: Holy Week worship with Holy Communion, Abronhill Parish Church
7.00pm: Sacrament of Holy Communion, Cumbernauld Old Parish Church

Friday 30th March – Good Friday

10.30am: Walk of Witness, organised by Cumbernauld Churches Together. Leaving from outside the former Dunnes store, we will proceed through the Town Centre and finish at Cumbernauld United Reformed Church for a short act of worship at around 12 noon.

12 noon – 3.00pm: Good Friday Vigil at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church. The church will be open for prayer and reflection with Bible readings on the hour and half-hour.

7.00pm: Good Friday worship, Abronhill Parish Church
7.00pm: Good Friday worship, Kildrum Parish Church
7.30pm: Good Friday worship, St Mungo’s Parish Church

Sunday 1st April – Easter Day

7.00am: Easter Morning service in the Chancel garden of Kildrum Parish Church, followed by breakfast in the Church Halls.

10.15am: Morning worship, Cumbernauld Old Parish Church (Village)
10.30am: Morning worship, Kildrum Parish Church
11.00am: Morning worship, Condorrat Parish Church
11.15am: Morning worship, Abronhill Parish Church
11.15am: Morning worship, St Mungo’s Parish Church
11.45am: Morning worship, Forge Centre, Balloch (Cumbernauld Old)

Sunday 4th March

Good morning everyone!
Just in case you missed the flurry (❄sorry!) of activity on our Facebook page and Twitter feed yesterday evening, we can advise that the worship services at Abronhill, Condorrat, Kildrum and St Mungo’s Parish Churches tomorrow have been cancelled due to the outdoor conditions and continuing severe weather alerts.
As it stands, the Communion service at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church at 11am in the Village is still on. We’ll let you know on Facebook and Twitter should there be a change.

Please take care and do not travel if it seems unsafe to do so.

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.

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.

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).