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Girls Brigade

Girls’ Brigade starts on Tuesday 29th August from 7pm till 8.15pm in the New Hall. Our theme this year is "Communication" and we will be learning about prayer and also about people living with sensory [...]

August 18th, 2017|

Hall Letting

If you would like to enquire about letting the halls of Lenzie Union Parish Church, please contact 07856260262 or email lupclet@yahoo.co.uk.

July 5th, 2017|

Lenzie Union Evening Holiday Club (S1-S6)

7th to 10th August,  8-10pm. For all young people S1-S6.  Enjoy  a variety of activities including bouncy castle, ice cream sculpting, BBQs and more. Bring your friends. Info from Kim Halliday (youthworker@lupc.org).      

June 15th, 2017|

Lenzie Churches Holiday Club (Primaries)

7-11th August 2016, 2-4pm Free for all children who have completed primary 1-7 Join us for fun, as we are set for an action-packed week. Based on Scripture Union’s Light Factory holiday club material, the [...]

June 15th, 2017|

As View goes to press, there’s new opportunity at Lenzie Union to reach deeper into the Lord’s Prayer, and there’s a warm invitation for everyone to join in.

Between March and May several groups will be meeting roughly every fortnight to explore The Lord’s Prayer.   The idea is to be relaxed and informal, so several people have volunteered to host them in their homes. To give flexibility, groups will meet at different times in the week.

Each group will be using the same six part guide to The Lord’s Prayer. It’s from the ‘Pilgrim’ resource from the Church of England, which has been widely praised for giving new insights, but also space to ask questions and share from people’s own experience.

Exploring: The Lord’s Prayer is for everyone. Whether we’ve been following Jesus for decades or for months, The Lord’s Prayer is for all his disciples.

A disciple is someone who is learning from their teacher and the words of the prayer were Jesus’ answer to the request of his first twelve disciples: ‘Lord, teach us to pray’. (Luke 11:1)