Cairnlea Parish Church, Airdrie
A congregation of the Church of Scotland
“COMMITTED to CHRIST – CARING for OUR COMMUNITY”
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind…….Love your neighbour as yourself.” (Matthew 22: 37 & 39)
Registered Charity Number = SC014555
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10.00 am Prayer Meeting
11.00 am Morning Worship – Rev George Donaldson
The Week Ahead
(Week beginning 15th January)
1.30 pm Senior Citizens’ Club
5.30 pm & 7.30 pm Slimming World
7.30 pm Guild
7.30 pm Stewardship & Finance Group
9.30 am Parents & Toddlers
6.00 pm Folk Dancing (Small Hall)
6.00 pm Imagine That (Large Hall)
9.45 am Toy Library
6.00 pm Folk Dancing
7.00 pm BB Junior Section
7.00 pm AA meeting
6.30 pm Girls’ Brigade
7.30 pm Choir Practice
9.00 am Baby & Toddler Sensory
6.15 pm Anchor Boys
7.30 pm Boys’ Brigade Company Section
7.30 pm AA Meeting
10.00 am Nearly New /Coffee Morning
7.00 pm AA meeting
2.00 pm Imagine That
Cairnlea Parish Church linked with Calderbank is a Church of Scotland congregation in Airdrie seeking to work for the Glory of God. Whether you are living, working or visiting Airdrie we welcome you.
Cairnlea Parish Church is a newly united church brought about by the Union of Broomknoll Parish Church and Flowerhill Parish Church.
This is a very exciting time for the Church in Airdrie and for our Parish which now takes in Gartlea and Cairnhill.
The church Services are conducted in the Sanctuary of the former Flowerhill Parish Church.
For Your Diary
GUILD: Monday evening the speaker is from Malawifruits, a charity working in Malawi to bring renewable energy to villages that have no electricity. Anyone who would like to hear more about this charity are invited to come along at 7.30 pm.
ORGANISATION ACCOUNTS AUDIT: The audit of all organisation accounts will take place in the Session Clerk’s Room on Thursday 25th January at 7.00 pm.
WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY: Service of Worship at Airdrie High on Sunday 21st January at 3.00 pm. All welcome.
ALPHA COURSE: Hamilton South and Quarter are running an Alpha course starting Sunday 21st January at 6.30 pm, in South Church (1 Mill Road, Hamilton ML3 8AA).
Alpha is a chance to ask the big questions of life and faith in an informal setting, come along on the launch night to see if it's for you.
SONGS OF PRAISE: This annual event is organised by Lanarkshire Society of Organists within the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The venue is Dalziel St. Andrew's Church, Motherwell on 21st January at 6.30 pm. All welcome. See notice board for more details.
HOSPICE HOEDOWN: St Andrew’s Hospice are holding a Country & Western Night on Friday 16th February in the Airdrie Working Men’s Social Club. Tickets cost £12.50 per person. Starts -
For Your Information
THE APPOINTMENT of Revd Dr. PETER DONALD: Of course, it will now take time to tick all the appropriate boxes and make plans for Peter’s Induction. Due to his commitments at Inverness and leave to be taken, it looks like Peter and Brigid won’t be with us until February 2018 at the earliest.
READ & PRAY AROUND THE WORLD: The January to March bible reading notes are available at the front of the church.
EASYFUNDRAISING: Do you shop online? Hundreds of departmental stores, shops and organisations are registered on EASYFUNDRAISING. When shopping online, at no extra cost to you, a percentage of the purchase price is donated by the supplier to Cairnlea. Looking towards Christmas, special occasions, insurance renewals or just weekly shopping can help raise funds for the church. Click on the link www.easyfundraising.org.uk where you can follow step by step instructions to enrol against Cairnlea Parish Church Airdrie and start raising funds.
HOLIDAY CLUB: “Fit for a King” -
DECEMBER MAGAZINE available to read online. Click HERE.
For more information, click on link www.thegodquestion.tv/explore