Current Notices

Welcome to our Church.  If you wish to know more about our activities, or any other matter, one of the Duty Team at the door will be delighted to help.

Prayer Group meets in the Carswell Centre on Sunday mornings at 10.30am.  You are most welcome, either regularly or occasionally.

EPYC - our Church Youth Group meets at 7.00pm on Sunday evenings in the Carswell Centre.  For further information, please contact James Edgar 07710 977309 or

Our Mid Week Service takes place on Wednesdays at 11.00am in the Carswell Centre.  Come, enjoy this shorter, relaxed service; and tea and chat afterwards.

On the 3rd Sunday of each Month we hold our Early Service at 9.30am in the Church and Kairos at 11.00am in the Carswell Centre. 

Very many thanks to Jean Thomson for playing the organ for us this morning.

Christian Aid Week is from 12th to 19th May.  There is an opportunity to contribute with donation envelopes available in Church and the Carswell Hall today. They can be returned as a 'retiring collection’ after the service, later in the collection plate, or directly to Duncan MacIntyre at 74 Montgomery Street.

The last session of the Bible Course, focusing on the book of Revelation, will be tomorrow, Monday the 20th May from 7.30pm to 8.45pm in the Upper Room of the Carswell.   All are welcome.

Parish News  - Copy for the next edition should be sent to by Monday, 3rd June.   Thanks.

The Sporting Memories Group is meeting in the Carswell Centre on Monday 20th May from 1pm until 3pm.   Come along and share your sporting memories with others and enjoy an afternoon of nostalgia.  It will be fun and there will be refreshments to keep the conversation going.   All are Welcome!

Walking Group.  The walk on 22nd of May will be a shorter walk in The Cuningar Loop, a new woodland park on the banks of the Clyde adjacent to Rutherglen.  It is a walk of no more than three miles, flat and on good surfaces. We leave at 10am and everyone is welcome.

Our next Messy Church will take place in the Carswell Centre on Friday 31st May from 4 to 6pm.   Please join us to enjoy learning from the Bible, having fun with crafts and eating together in a warm and friendly environment.   Contact Kirsty Clark  as soon as possible to book your place. 

‘Yesterday Once More’ Show by Dave Marshall is in the Carswell Centre on Thursday 30th May at 1.30 for a 2pm start (a 1 hour show).  Sit back, relax and share your own special memories with tea and coffee. To reserve your place, text or phone Marion 07952-254597.

The Guild  -  We shall be holding our monthly 'Summer Tea and Chat' afternoons throughout the summer and anyone who would like to join us for a very informal chatty afternoon will be very welcome.  Our first one is on Wednesday 5th June in the Carswell Centre at 2.00pm.  We look forward to seeing you.

Eaglesham Fair. This is on Saturday June 1st.  We plan to have both the church and Carswell Centre open during the afternoon.  It is hoped to have organ recitals in the church. The Carswell will principally be used by the History Society. Staffing will be needed. If you are able to offer one or two hours between 1 and 4pm could you pass your name to Giles Blair  or Duncan MacIntyre .

Tearfund's Satellite Sessions  -  An evening of music with some of the best Christian singer songwriters from across Scotland, featuring a collection of unique and homegrown material, blending contemporary and traditional songs and hymns.  Friday 31st May, 7:30pm at Westwoodhill Evangelical Church, East Kilbride. Tickets cost £6 plus booking fee and are available from the Tearfund website.   The music can be previewed at  For more information contact Paul Robertson (



''For I know the plans I have for you”  declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future”. Jeremiah 29:11

Lord, we pray for our country at this time when the way ahead is so unclear.  Thank you that you never change, and that you have good plans for your people.  May we and our leaders seek your guidance and maintain good relationships in our local, national and international communities.   In Jesus’ name we ask it.  Amen.