Cairnlea Parish Church, Airdrie

A congregation of the Church of Scotland

“COMMITTED to CHRIST – CARING for OUR COMMUNITY”



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“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)

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Next Sunday

9.30 a.m. Joint Service with our friends from Calderbank in Calderbank-
Rev George Donaldson

The Week Ahead
(Week beginning 16th October)

Monday

 1.30 p.m. Senior Citizens’ Club

 7.30 p.m. Slimming Club

 7.30 p.m. Guild

Tuesday

 10.00 a.m. Probus Club

 6.00 p.m. Folk Dancing

Wednesday

 6.00 p.m. Folk Dancing

 7.00 p.m.  AA meeting

Thursday

 7.30 p.m. Choir Practice

Friday

 9.00am. Baby & Toddler Sensory

 7.30 p.m. AA Meeting

Saturday

10.00 a.m. Nearly New /Coffee Morning

2.30 p.m. Organ Recital in the Church – All welcome

 7.00 p.m. AA meeting

Sunday

 2.00 p.m. Imagine That


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Parish Profile v8.1.pdf

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October 2017.pdf

Welcome


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

THE GUILD:

Monday evening at 7.30 p.m. Ian Thomson will be telling stories on protecting Royals. It should be interesting and entertaining.   All are welcome.

ORGAN RECITAL:

The Lanarkshire Society of Organists is holding its autumn recital in Cairnlea Church on Saturday 21st October at 2.30 p.m.  All welcome.  See poster on the notice board.

JOINT SERVICE WITH CALDERBANK :

This will be held in Calderbank on Sunday 22nd October at 9.30 a.m. There will be no worship in Cairnlea.

SACRAMENT OF HOLY COMMUNION:

This will take place during morning worship on Sunday 29th October.


For Your Information

SHINE CONCERT:

Thanks to all who attended the concert. It was a super evening of music and entertainment. A special thanks to Alistair Hamilton for his organisation of this event.

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.

CHRISTMAS SHOE BOX APPEAL - The Kirk Session has agreed that we should give folks the opportunity to fill a Shoe Box for distribution at Christmas time to those who are in need, those who are homeless and those affected by a number of catastrophic events around our world. Forms are available at the door of the church and your box(es) should be returned to the church before Sunday 2nd November.   Watch the video  >>>>>>

HOLIDAY CLUB:  “Fit for a King”  - A great week with over 40 children, engaged in fun, crafts, songs, pictures, games and sound biblical teaching. Thanks to every member of the team, over 28 adults helped out. Special thanks to Valerie Sim and Esther Watson for organising and doing the up front work. We pray that some of the children will come along to church and our organisations in the coming months.  

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OCTOBER MAGAZINE available to read online. Click HERE.