General Information

Constitution

Campsie Parish Church now operates under the Unitary constitution.


Kirk Session

The Kirk Session meets in February, March. April, May, June, September, October, November and December at 7.30pm in the Session Room. There is also a conference in August.

Kirk Session meetings are open to anyone who wishes to attend.


Stated Annual General Meeting

This meeting is held in March, on a date announced in advance, during morning worship.


Freewill offerings

If you wish a free-will offering envelope please see Alister Boyle


Hearing Aid Loop System

The church is equipped with a loop system. To benefit from this system worshippers with a hearing aid are advised to us the ‘T’ position on their aids.


Church Boxes

These little boxes are taken and kept in people’s homes where they put their loose change into them. When full, they are returned and the money put into the church funds. Boxes are available from the duty team, or Marion Raeburn.


Church Flowers

Flowers can be donated to decorate the church by adding your name to the list on the hall notice board, or by speaking to Helen Marshall.


House Groups

Our House Groups meet regularly. Please contact Margaret Tindall for more information.


Prayer Breakfasts

Prayer breakfasts are held monthly at 8.30am on Saturday mornings from October to May (Excl Jan)

Contact Jane for further information.


Prayer Group

A small group meet in the lounge at 10.30am till 10.50am each Sunday before worship, to pray. Everyone welcome.
Prayer requests should be sent to Joan Thomsom.


Whitefield Lodge

A half-hour service is led by members of our church in the local nursing home, Whitefield Lodge, once a month. For more information please speak to Andrew Wale


Church Newsletter

Our new newsletter has been launched with the first edition produced in September 2017. The newsletter is being edited by Muriel Connell

The newsletter is available in print, on our website and there will also be a link on our facebook page.


Circle of Care

If you, or someone you know, would like a visit from one of our pastoral visitors, please contact Margaret Tindall.


Holiday Club

Our Holiday Club is extremely popular and is for children of any denomination. It comprises a Biblically themed project in which the children get fully involved and normally runs towards the end of the school summer holidays. For further details contact Andrew Wale.


The Alpha Course

We run the Alpha Course which examines the meaning of Christianity, at least once per year.

For further details contact George Kelly.


Fairtrade

Fairtrade goods are on sale in the hall after worship on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month and also at the Rainbow Cafe.


Rainbow Cafe

The Rainbow Cafe operates in support of various charities. Please come along and treat yourself to a delightful lunch in excellent company. See diary page for further information.

Contact Rena Garvie


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