Whether you are visiting us for the first time, celebrating with family and friends at a wedding or baptism, bringing children to a club run in our church, or have a long-standing connection with us, we welcome you to Lenzie Union. This page gives you information about how to find us, our church services and ministry team:

Find us

If you are visiting us for the first time, and are using a Sat Nav, please bear in mind that the area of East Dunbartonshire has two different ‘Kirkintilloch Roads’, one in Bishopbriggs and ours in Lenzie. Set your Sat Nav to our postcode, G66 4LD, to ensure you make it to the wedding on time!


11am: Morning Service

On Sunday morning, we meet together at 11am for our service of worship. This is a chance for people of all ages to worship and praise God together, and pray for the wider world and our local community.

Afterwards everyone is welcome to go down to the New Hall (attched to the church) for tea, coffee and chat at ‘Rendevous’.

Facilities: The church building has access for people with disabilities, with access ramps, space in the seating for wheelchair access, a disabled toilet, large-print bibles and hymn books.

If you have children under 3, there is a creche during the service based in the Old Hall – you can bring your children around ten to fifteen minutes before the service starts. For children over 3, there is a sunday school in the New Hall during the church service (usually after the second hymn).

7pm: Evening Service (September-May)

We meet for our evening services in the New Hall. These are more reflective services, focusing on God’s message for us through the bible, and led by our minister and other members of our congregation.

Ministry Team

Lenzie Union has a large number of people who give of their time and talents.

Each group and organisation within the church has leaders and helpers responsible for their smooth running – please click on our ‘groups‘ section within the website for more information about an individual organisation or go to our ‘contact‘ page to submit an email or query.

Rev Daniel J M Carmichael
Rev Daniel J M CarmichaelMinister
Celebrating his ten year anniversary at Lenzie Union in September 2013, Rev Dan Carmichael moved to Lenzie in 2003. After degrees from both Glasgow and Aberdeen University, he served as minister in Ferintosh Parish from 1997 to 2003.
Rev Donald Macleod
Rev Donald MacleodPastoral Assistant
Rev Donald Macleod works as Lenzie Union’s Pastoral Assistant, helping Dan to provide pastoral care to the Lenzie community. Moving into Lenzie after retiring from full time ministry, Donald also enjoys playing the violin and takes part in the musical life of the church.
Kim Halliday
Kim HallidayYouth Worker
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.