CAMBUSLANG PARISH CHURCH
Sunday 21st August at 10.30 am
Our worship is led this morning by
Rev. Derek Hughes, our Interim Moderator.
Scottish Charity Number: SC000061
Welcome and Church news
Call to Worship
Opening prayer and Lord’s prayer
Praise: Ch4. 268 O God of Bethel, by Whose hand
Scripture reading: Judges chapter 6, verses 1-15
Read by William McIntosh
Praise: Ch4. 461 How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
God news from God’s Word
(during which time the offering is brought forward)
Prayer of thanks and prayers for people
Praise: Ch4. 513 Courage, brother, do not stumble
Closing prayer of blessing & sung Amen
Church Family News
Hats at the ready! Have you booked your tickets for our Wedding themed afternoon tea on Saturday 3rd September? Darren will be conducting the wedding and some of our youngsters will be the bridal party. You can look forward to a fun afternoon! Tickets priced at £5 are available from members of our Fellowship Team.
Cambuslang Rotary Club present Anna Heywood and Friends in concert on Saturday 3rd September at 7.30 pm in Cambuslang Parish Church. Tickets are £15 including refreshments and are available from any member of the Rotary Club. Anna is a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and was born and brought up in Cambuslang. Proceeds will be split between CPC, Rotary charities and Anna’s further studies.”
Theatre South Productions [TSP] presents ‘Sun, Moon and Stars’ on the 8th, 9th and 10th September. Let TSP take you to the stars with their first show in the newly refurbished Large Hall. Tickets are £12.50 and are available on line at http://theatresouthproductions.co.uk
Outing to Garrion Bridges 12th September – An outing to Garrion Bridges Garden & Antiques Centre in the Clyde Valley has been arranged by the Pastoral Care Team for senior members of our church and their friends who worship with us on Sunday mornings and at the Tuesday services. This event will take place on Monday, 12th September and the coach will leave the church at 1.30pm. While at Garrion Bridges we will enjoy tea or coffee along with lovely scones and afterwards, there will be time for a wee bit retail therapy before returning to the church around 5.00pm.
If you are age 70 years or over, please take a minute to stop and pick up your invitation at the front door of the Reception Area before leaving the church.
Arts and Crafts exhibition 28th October 2022
I hope you have all been busy with your paint brushes, knitting needles etc over the summer break preparing some exhibits for our art and crafts exhibition which will be held in the hall. Remember there will be prizes for all ages, from the youngest to the more senior exhibitors.
All work of arts and crafts can be submitted. Lets show the general public just what talented people we have in our church.
For more information/ questions speak to Tony Neeson or Alastair MacFarlane
Our Probationer Minister Darren is leaving us on Sunday 11th September and a light lunch is being organised to say Thank You to Darren. Please keep the date free and come along and say farewell to Darren
Sacrament of Holy Communion will be celebrated on Sunday 4th September at the usual time of 10.30.am
A meeting of the Fundraising Team will be held on Tuesday 23rd September at 7.30.pm via Zoom
Hilary will be delighted to receive your notices for the order of service before each Wednesday by 5pm. 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
Dates for your diary
Wednesday 31st August – Pipe Band restarts
Thursday 1st September – BB restarts
Sunday 4th September – Sacraments of Holy Communion and Baptism will be led by Rev Hilary McDougall
Tuesday 6th September – Rainbows, Brownies and Guides Restart at Kirkhill
Sunday 11th September – Darren Jalland’s last Sunday with us
Monday 12th September – GB restarts
Monday 3rd October – Guild restarts and meets fortnightly
Wednesday 5th October – The Neighbourly resumes
Saturday 22nd October – Church Family Ceilidh
Sunday 20th November – Phoenix Choir concert [for church funds]
23rd-26th November – Theatre South Productions performs
‘THE Panto’ a hilarious reworking of Cinderella with some familiar faces and plenty of laughs for the family. Tickets will be released in September.
Once dates from the Scouts have been confirmed, they will be added to the list.