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 Dr Peter Donald – Sole Nominee
The Week Ahead
(Week beginning 20th November)
6.00 pm Slimming Club
7.30 pm Guild
9.30 am Parents & Toddlers
10.00 am Cairnlea 2020 Small Group
6.00 pm Folk Dancing
9.30 am Toy Library
6.00 pm Folk Dancing
7.00 pm BB Junior Section
7.30 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 Christmas Fayre
7.00 pm AA meeting
2.00 pm Imagine That
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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: Please come along on Monday evening at 7.30 pm when the Guild welcomes Valerie Reilly from Paisley Museum who will talk on ‘A Dickens of Christmas’. You will be most welcome.
On Saturday 25th November Hamilton Presbyterial Council are holding a Get Together here in Cairnlea for all the Guilds in Hamilton North to celebrate the end of Guild Week. It starts at 2.00pm. Karen Gillon, Associate Secretary of the Guild, will be speaking on her trip to Malawi. Tea will be served. Please come along if you would like to know more about the Guild’s work.
CHRISTMAS FAYRE: This will take place on Saturday 25th November, 10.00am – 12 noon. Tickets are available. Lots of stalls viz., bric-
SOLE NOMINEE: Thanks be to God in calling the Rev Dr Peter Donald who will preach as Sole Nominee for Cairnlea linked with Calderbank in both Services on Sunday 26th November.
STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: There will be a meeting of the committee on Monday 27th November at 7.30pm.
AIRDRIE AND COATBRIDGE COMMUNITY CAROL SERVICE: This year’s Service will take place at Airdrie Town Hall on Saturday 16th December at 6.00 pm.
For tickets speak to Marjory MacDonald. See poster on the right.
For Your Information
TOGETHER WE PRAY – CHURCH OF SCOTLAND NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER: Saturday 25th November has been designated a National Day of Prayer for the Church of Scotland and congregations and communities have been encouraged to take part in this. The doors of The New Wellwynd Parish Church will be open from 9.00 am until just after 12 noon on Saturday 25th to allow for a time of silent and spoken prayer. This Prayer Vigil will run along similar lines to the Good Friday Vigil held each year. There will be a Bible Reading, short reflection leading to a time of prayer – spoken prayer which will in turn lead to a time of quiet prayer. Please feel free to come and go to hear the prayers led by some of the local clergy and others. Bring your own prayers and place them on the Prayer Wall.
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” -
NOVEMBER MAGAZINE available to read online. Click HERE.