Thursdays, 3:45pm to 5pm in the New Hall. The drop in Youth Cafe is a place where young people can hang out, relax and have a good time after a long day at school. Each week there is a free snack. With lots of different thins to do, such as games consoles, table tennis, arts and crafts, board games and more. There is even space for completing your homework. Contact Kim Halliday firstname.lastname@example.org
Two young people and our youth leader joined others from Glasgow Presbytery and embarked on a challenging ten day visit to just outside Johannesburg in South Africa in order to build houses for local families. For more information: http://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/news_and_events/news/2018/glasgow_youth_group_take_on_life_changing_south_africa_house_build_project
On 22 November 2015, Kim Halliday started as our new Youth worker. She comes to us after a year working in mission among young people and their families in Toronto.
All children aged three and above are most welcome to come along to our sunday school during the church service. Run by Fiona Menzies, plus other volunteers, children come along to learn about Jesus, sing some songs, play some games, and do crafts and quizzes. We usually meet altogether at first, and then go off into individual classes (by age group). We also help others by raising money for different charities, and sponsor a girl's education in Haiti.
Join us in Dean House during the morning service for tea, toast and bible study, from P7 to Secondary School age. Many people from the Bible Class also help to lead the worship in the praise band, so if you play an instrument, come and play!
1st Lenzie Company of the Boys' Brigade is a lively group, offering boys a variety of sports, games, activities, as well as bible teaching. Further information about this group can be found on our facebook page.
Welcome to Lenzie Union Girls' Brigade. We meet every Tuesday and offer a programme of activities for girls of all ages. Throughout the year, the girls do games, sport, crafts, singing, and learn about the bible, usually based around a theme such as countries of the world. If you wish further information about this group, please contact Anne Halliday.
Urban Saints offers boys a chance to play football, bible teaching, quizzes and games. Many of the leaders of this group are members of Lenzie Union, and it is affiliated to the wider Urban Saints organisation. For further information, contact Gordon Menzies.
This Urban Saints group, run by Moira Kerr and helpers, is open to girls from P4 upwards. Girls can take part in craft activities, baking, bible teaching, games and drama.