Groups & Organisations

CARNBROE CARE HOME SERVICE

Our service at the home has begun with Harvest Service on 3 October 2017.

A list of the future services can be found below,  and our team of Alex,  Margaret, Janice,  John and Marjory together with our locum, Colin look forward to spreading God's message to our elderly friends.   The team ask that we keep them in our prayers in their mission.  

Services are at 2.15pm on the following Tuesdays

2017

7   November   Rememberance Service

5   December   Christmas Service

2018

9   January,   6  February,   6  March,   3  April,   1  May  and 5 June

Mothers & Toddlers

Margaret and Elaine, are looking forward to meeting you when the group meet on Wednesdays at 10am in the Church Hall,  Bute Street, Coatbridge. Cost is £2.50 per child.

This gives each child and parent use of the facilities plus toast and a biscuit with tea (or soft drink for the children) plus there is a wee treat of a chocolate bar for each child as they are leaving.  

Contact us for any information. 

GOOD AS NEW SHOP

 

Our good as new shop is now open again on Thursdays.

Setting up is between 9am and Noon,  with shop open from 1pm to 2pm.

It takes a lot of effort and time to run the shop,  and additional help is ALWAYS sought and welcomed.  So fi you can lend a hand even for an hour on a Thursday,  please do come along.

LINE DANCING

 

Line Dancing is every Wednesday night from 7.30pm in the Church Hall.  

New members are always welcome.  It's a great chancce for some fun exercise,  so come and join us 'Pardners'

CALDER PARISH CHURCH GUILD

 

We meet every second Monday at 1pm

 

AIM

 

The Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland which invites and encourage both Women and Men to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and enable them to express their Faith and Worship through prayer and action.

 

Our group meets every second Monday at 1pm.  

Your Office Bearers are

CONVENER/SECRETARY

Miss Janice Kennedy  07865398302

E'mail jannicekennedy21@icloud.com

TREASURER

Mrs Margaret Berwick  423204

COMMITTEE

All Calder Guild members are committee members.

 

The sylabus for 2017 - 2018 has been provided by Janice and is as follows

OCTOBER

16     Manager of Beatson

22     Dedication Service

30     Coatbridge Community Orchard

NOVEMBER

13     DEBRA

27     Dr D Walker  History

DECEMBER

11     Lunch with Caterer

JANUARY  2018

8      Colin Ogilvie

22    Bible Fruits

FEBRUARY

5      V.Slim   Scripture Union

19    Coatbridge & Whifflet Quiz and Buffet

MARCH

5      TBA

19    Garden Centre

23    Spring Concert

APRIL

9      AGM  Buffet

 

Council Meetings at Clarkston Church at 7.30pm

26 October 2017    Autumn Rally

2018  

Feb 18   Songs of Praise Calder Chuch 3pm

Mar 8     ASM

Mar 17   Project Meeting

 

All meetings are open and all are welcome to join us.

ARTS & CRAFT GROUP

 

The Banner Group was the brainchild of Isobel Bagwell,  and is now known as the Arts and Craft Group.   It has been going for over 10 years when she was joined by Grace Lamont and May Traquair.  As the goup established,  others joined including Hilda Roberson who now organises it.

The purpose of the Group was to make anners for the Church, which are now displayed in the Church,  plus the Christmas ones which are displayed during Advent.  
Over the years, we have also put our talents to Arts and Crafts which we sell at the Church Fete and Christmas Tables in the Church Hall leading up to Christmas to make funds for the Church.

The group meets on Turesday afternoons from 1.30pm to 3.30pm and we are always looking for new members no matter their level of experience, male and female.

If you can't join us but wish to contribute your craft work, all donations will be gratefully received.

Feel free to come along and joint us.

Knitting for HIV Babies
 
As you must be aware, given the amount of bags brought to and taken from the church on a Sunday, that the project of knitting tops & blankets for babies born with HIV is still going strong.
 
To date, the number of tops delivered for distribution is 2572 with more ready to go.
 
This grand total has been achieved not only through the ladies of our own congregation but also from  churches in Calderbank, Chapelhall & Wishaw.  There have so been donations via Margaret Muir, the Guild Convenor, from Guilds throughout the area.
 
Many thanks go to all who have contributed their time & effort to this project.  Many thanks also to those who have donated wool and given monetary donations to allow us to purchase wool for the knitters.
 
This is an ongoing project and all the knitted goods are gratefully received so, like they say on Strictly, "Keep Knitting"