Our congregations are lively and active. While we take our faith seriously, we enjoy our worship and have fun in the many facets of church life. We have tried to capture some of the important aspects in some of the photos shown please have a look at some of our photos
We are a family church and try to make everyone feel welcome and at home. We enjoy our worship and are open to learning and to God`s word.
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Calder Parish Church
Calder Street, Coatbridge
We meet every Sunday at 11.00am for worship and to be among friends.
In a world that has its’ fair share of ups and downs, from bereavement, loneliness, health, sadness etc. And the happy times too: we are no different to anyone else.
We seek to get through it all by relying in a simple faith,by being guided by the love of Jesus Christ and the friendship of others.
We don’t have all the answers and are at different stages in understanding our faith.
You don’t need to be a Christian to join us, you may be sceptical, no previous knowledge, or, simply have a desire to have something in your life that you feel is missing.
Faith is simply a journey of trust that God holds true and His love will stay with us through everything that life can throw at us.
All are welcome without exception: Gods’ love is unconditional
So, take a deep breath and don’t be put off by the big brown doors.
You will be assured a warm welcome, come in and take a seat anywhere you please.! And find out the other things we get up to.
Monday : Guild, Men’s Fellowship
Tuesday : Craft Group, Rainbows, Brownies & Guide,
Wednesday : Mother & Toddlers, Line Dancing
Thursday : Good as New Shop; Dance classes
As Jesus returned to Nazareth to begin his teaching, we take a moment to recall the place we were brought up.
We give you thanks for all that we experienced there of love and peace, and we pray for those growing up in that place today.
We give you thanks for each person who taught us of faith and promise
and we pray that we may be such people for those growing up around us today.
The views of some of our parishioners