News and Events

from around the parish and the Church of Scotland

Saturday 6th April in the Church Hall

Come along and browse the stalls and enjoy chatting to friends over a cup of tea or coffee. There will also be tombola and raffles.

From 10.00am till 12.00

Blythswood Appeal

Our Church has collected around 245 hats and 100 shoe boxes this year. Many of the hats will be sent to Belarus and the rest will go with the Shoe Boxes being sent for Christmas gifts through the Blythswood Appeal for people in Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kosovo, Moldova, Romania, Serbia and the Ukraine.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Appeal.

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We have received a cheque for £426.88 which was our Gift Aid payment for the money raised from the Sponsored Walk. This now makes the total for the Walk £2,401.88 which is a fantastic effort.

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Church Fundraising

Pie, Pea and Bingo night

A very enjoyable night at our Pie, Pea and Bingo event when we raised the amazing amount of £836. We also collected £215 from our Quiz Sheet money making a grand total of £1,051.

Another brilliant effort from our Fundraising Team and supporters.


Community Defibrillator Fundraising Efforts

Our members Janette, Avril and Rebecca are seen presenting £400 from Armadale Parish Church to Emilio, the Manager of Hugh Black & Sons in Armadale.

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Church of Scotland News

The latest news releases from the Church of Scotland
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    A Kirk minister has urged MSPs to "look wide" and think "globally" when making decisions to tackle climate change.
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    Research commissioned by the Archbishops’ Council of the Church of England has found that a form of church created to include families with young children is reaching a large number of people who would otherwise not attend church.
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    An Edinburgh church has started a new community pop-up café to try and tackle loneliness and boost community cohesion.
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    A country church in Aberdeenshire is pioneering a scheme that links congregations with conservation groups to manage their grounds for wildlife. Belhelvie Church, around 9 miles north of Aberdeen, is one of the first churches to pilot Faith Action for Nature, a project aimed at encouraging churches in Scotland to engage with the natural world.
  • A prayer in challenging times — Iain McLarty
    Over the coming weeks, as the UK faces huge changes in our relationships with the EU and as Rt Rev Susan Brown, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, invites congregations everywhere to do all we can to demonstrate care and hospitality, we will be providing a prayer each week that we hope might be useful in personal devotions and public worship. Please feel free to change and adapt these prayers to suit your own context. This week our prayer comes from Iain McLarty, worship development worker with the Priority Areas team in the Ministries Council.