CAMBUSLANG PARISH CHURCH
Sunday 3rd July at 10.30 am
Today is the second of our summer all age services.
Our theme for today is Balaam’s Donkey and our worship will be led by Mrs Karen Hamilton, our Deacon, and Darren Jalland our Probationer Minister
Welcome to worship, it’s good to see you.
Theme tune: All creatures great and small
Welcome and intimations
Introduction and Call to Worship
Bible reading: Numbers 22:21-41 – Bob McDougall
Introduction to the week’s theme (Balaam’s Donkey)
Song: Rise and Shine
Hymn: MP 367 – Jesus Is Lord
(during which, the offering will be brought to the Communion table.)
Prayer for others
Hymn: MP 499 – O Happy Day
Blessing and Amen
Church Family News
Next week the theme of our service will be Jonah and the big fish and will be led by our Probationer Minister, Darren Jalland and our Deacon Karen Hamilton. If you are able, could you join the fun and bring a fish or a whale to put in the Ark (don’t worry there is water in the Ark for them). A soft toy or ornament would be very welcome. All toys/ornaments will be returned at the end of the service.
Following today’s service, a Light Lunch will be served to celebrate Hilary’s Installation as Moderator of Glasgow Presbytery.
A very warm welcome is extended to all.
Our Holiday Club will run between the 1st-5th August, 10-12 noon. Registration is now open for those going into P1 in August and up to those in P7. Please speak to Jeanette Alexander or Karen Hamilton for information.
The theme for our Holiday Club is ‘Wastewatchers’ and we will be thinking about recycling. If you can save your small plastic juice or water bottles & bits of wool, that would be really helpful. There is a box in the welcome area to put them in. Thank you for your help.
A date for your diary – the Fellowship Team is hosting a wedding-themed Afternoon Tea on Saturday 3rd September 2022. Tickets priced at £5 will be available next month from any member of the team.
Meet & 2 veg A new Kirk Session project called ‘Meet & 2 veg’ is up and running on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 9.15-10pm. This enables surplus food from supermarkets to be distributed free of charge, from the church building to anyone in our community.
We are looking for volunteers to help collect items from Greggs in Western Rd and Tesco in Hamilton Rd between 8 15 – 8 45 pm and bring to the church building. If you can help, please contact Jan Ritchie 0141 583 2018.
Don’t forget to bring a tea towel back from your holidays for the church kitchen– let’s see if we can gather 20 tea towels from our outings and holidays this year. We’ll make a display in the church hall in September and we’ll see how many towns and countries have benefitted from a visit from a member of Cambuslang parish Church. Hand your tea towel to Anna Inglis or Hilary McDougall for safekeeping in the meantime.
The Prayer Tree is situated inside the main door entrance, for anyone in the community who wishes to add a prayer to it.
‘Then you will call to me. You will come and pray to me, and I will answer you.’ Jeremiah 29 v12
Hilary will be delighted to receive news/intimations for the Order of Service. Please send them to 0141 641 8574 moc.liamgnull@llaguodcmnyralih
Minister: The Rev Peter W Nimmo 0141 586 2126 ku.gro.dnaltocsfohcruhcnull@ommiNP
Please note, Rev Nimmo is currently on leave of absence.
For pastoral matters please contact either Karen Hamilton, our Deacon or Darren Jalland, our Probationer Minister
Church Office: 0141 642 9271
Session Clerk: ku.gro.hcruhchsirapgnalsubmacnull@krelcnoisses
Scottish Charity Number: SC000061