Summer Services

Sun 21 July  11am      Lenzie Old       Rev. Ian Black Sun 28 July  11am      Lenzie Union   Rev. Dan Carmichael Sun   4 Aug  11am      Lenzie Union   Rev. Dan Carmichael Sun 11 Aug  11am      Lenzie Union   Rev. Dan Carmichael    

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Lenzie Churches Holiday Club

For all primary 1-7s.  Join in the fun 5th-9th August 2-4pm. More info and registration form for Lenzie Churches Holiday Club or e-mail  

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De Cafe 8th July

1.30pm in the New Hall Our topic for this month is Truecaller Phone System, which helps deal with ‘nuisance callers’. It should be an interesting talk. Nuisance callers are a real, dare I say it, a nuisance. The Dé Café is also a chance to talk with others, ask questions of our support worker, Michelle, from Ceartas. The cafe is open to anyone affected by dementia. Come along and enjoy the chat plus refreshments and perhaps a bit of music. For more information, contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 or

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Art for Seniors, Monday 17th June

1.30 pm in the New Hall. An opportunity to create a simple piece of art under the step by step guidance of artist, Bev McLuskey. No previous experience necessary.  

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Mum’s Bible Study, Monday 17th June

9.30 to 11 am in Dean House and creche is available – you would be most welcome  – if you are a regular with creche children, please let Fiona Wright know if you are unable to attend.  If you have not been before and wish to come with creche children, please let Fiona know asap to ensure there are enough creche helpers. We meet to study Deuteronomy 6:4-9 following the Kitchen Table project inspire session to build faith in the everyday with our children – more details at We will be looking at the second part of the session but you don’t need to have been at the first to come along. It may take up the 90 minutes, so it would be great if you could be there sharp. Don’t worry, we can have a cuppa while doing it.  The kitchen table project is an offshoot of Care for the Family.   Further details please contact the office 0141 776 1046

Mum’s Bible Study, Monday 17th June2019-06-13T08:34:56+00:00

ROC Silver Surfers, Thursday 13th June

10am at Dean House Come along for the last meeting of this session and join in the planning process for next year.  Now is the chance for you to ask for advice on all matters internet and computers. Put forward topics on which you would like advice or assistance. For more information, contact Clare Robertson, 07789425547 or    

ROC Silver Surfers, Thursday 13th June2019-06-13T08:37:44+00:00

Concert for Comfort, Saturday 8th June

7.30pm  (doors open 7pm) Concert for Comfort with Nancy Sawyer and Phil Goss and a presentation of African Skies, a spoken word reflection of the work of Comfort International by Eddie Williamson. FREE entry including refreshments

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Live @ The Union, 2nd June

7pm - Music to start and food to follow, finishes at 8.15pm With guest speaker Dave Brackenridge. Aimed at young people 11+

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Thy Kingdom Come – May 30 to June 9th

Congregations, church members, and families across the country are being invited by the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland to take part in Thy Kingdom Come, a global prayer movement in 114 countries. During the period from Ascension to Pentecost (30 May - 9 June) Christians around the world from South Sudan to South Korea will be encouraged to come together in prayer. Events will take place worldwide during this time such as round-the-clock-prayers, special walks, prayer stations and family activities.   Taking part Those who wish to join Thy Kingdom Come can 'Pledge2Pray' via the Thy Kingdom Come website. In addition to an award winning app, resources such as videos and prayers are also available online. In November, Mrs Brown signed a joint statement with the Archbishop of Canterbury affirming that 'the Church of Scotland now commits to encouraging all its parishes and people to join in Thy Kingdom Come in 2019 and beyond'. Begun in 2016 by the Church of England and now involving 65 different denominations, Thy Kingdom Come hopes that "people will be empowered through prayer by the Holy Spirit, finding new confidence to be witnesses for Jesus Christ." Partners in mission The Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, Most Rev Mark Strange, has also joined with the Church of Scotland to commend Thy Kingdom Come. "One of my abiding memories of childhood was every evening - in a not particularly Christian household - sitting down with my father and saying the Lord's Prayer together and that sense of calling for 'Thy Kingdom to Come'. "So it's with great delight that we as a denomination, the Scottish Episcopal Church, have been involved in Thy Kingdom Come, primarily at a provincial [...]

Thy Kingdom Come – May 30 to June 9th2019-05-31T11:14:11+00:00