Cambuslang Parish Church

Sunday 23 July 2023 at 10.30am: Summer All-Age Service

The Bible Goes to Sea 4 : Jesus calms the storm

Our worship is led by Deacon Karen Hamilton 

Welcome and Announcements

Call to Worship

Hymn 532 Lord you have come to the seashore

Prayers of Approach, Confession and Supplication

The Lord’s Prayer (said together)

Bible Reading: Matthew 8.23-27 read by Alastair MacFarlane

Introduction to the theme

Hymn 340 When Jesus saw the fishermen


Hymn 525 Have you heard the raindrops

During which the offering is brought forward

Prayers of Dedication, Thanksgiving and Intercession

Hymn 531 My Jesus, my saviour

Dismissal and Blessing

Amen, amen, alleluia, amen

Church Family News

For information on any items please contact the ChurchOffice:0141 642 9271 (Thursdays 10am-4pm)

Summer all-age services

Our theme this summer is “The Bible goes to Sea”.

Services will be shorter than usual, and suitable for all the family.

The upcoming themes will be:

July 30 Jesus walks on water: Matthew 14.22-34

August 6 Paul is shipwrecked: Acts 27 and 28

Thank you to everyone who has lent items to decorate the sanctuary!

Ministry Team summer holidays

Rev Peter W Nimmo is on holiday from 17 to 31 July, during which Karen will provide pastoral cover.

A wedding invitation!

Kornilia Theodorou and William McIntosh would like to invite you all to their wedding service today at 3.30pm, at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St Luke, 27 Dundonald Road, Glasgow G12 9LL. All welcome.

Remembrance Poppy Installation Project

Lorna Morrison would like to thank everyone who has donated plastic bottles for the Remembrance Poppy Installation Project. It was an overwhelming response. We now have enough bottles and ask that you STOP bringing them. Lorna has a pattern and wool for anyone that would like to knit poppies. Crochet poppies are also welcome. Dates to help paint poppies etc, using your time and talents will be announced after the summer. Any queries contact Lorna.

Mission Possible Conference

The Presbytery of Glasgow is holding a ‘Mission Possible’ conference at St Rollox Parish Church on 9 September from 10am – 3pm, with keynote speaker Martin Fair. Seminar streams will look at reaching out with our faith through missional listening, pioneering and planting, community development, health and wellbeing, and collaborative relationships. A reflective space is being curated by Peter Gardner. Please book via Eventbrite at

Reachout Trust – are hoping to have an SU gap year placed with them this year. It has been 4 years since our last gap year left. Over the years SU gap year have been a great asset to the work of the trust and have also supported the work of local churches too. We are excited to hopefully have someone join us this year and look forward to seeing how God will work through and in this young person throughout the year. This year’s student will hopefully join us at the beginning of September and be with us until August next year. We are therefore looking for someone who would be willing to host them for the year. The host family would receive a small amount of money to help with extra costs they would incur, from SU. Could you please let people in your congregations know about this need. Further information available from Karen Hamilton.

Church office is open- every Thursday from 10am to 4pm. Or call 0141 642 9271.

Halls Convenor: please send any enquiries about hall bookings etc to Bob McDougall


Worship this Week at Cambuslang Parish Church

Sunday 30 July: Summer All-Age Service 10.30am

Welcome Team: Bob McDougall, David Black, Lorna Morrison

Tea Team: Hazel Robb, Jinty Porter, Joyce Sadler, Bob McDougall