All-Age Holy Communion at 10.30am.
Our young people will be helping us share bread and wine on this special day of being together as a family.  Come along and be part of this All-Age Family Service.


Desert island Hymns in the New Halls at 6.30pm. Castaway: Douglas Nisbet.



The Afternoon Guild meet at 2pm in the New Halls for a Traidcraft Trip to India with Ann MacLeod.


Jeanette Peel will give a talk Over the Water at the Men’s Association at 7.30pm in the New Halls.


Community Team meeting 7pm, New Halls.



Midweek service 12noon, New Halls. Lunch (£3).


UNITY SUPPER: 7pm. Speaker: John Chalmers, past Moderator & Principal Clerk, on how the church and society hold attitudes towards disability. There is a Crack in Everything, That’s How the Light Gets In.



Heritage Group, 7.30pm, New Halls.  All welcome.



Come to the Coffee Pot from 10.30am in the New Halls.  Home baking and good company.


SingSong!1.30pm in the New Halls. While being dementia-friendly, we meet for any who like to have a singsong of mainly well-known songs, with just a hint of harmony for those interested. We sing from 1.30 – 2.30pm and finish with a chat over a cup of tea or coffee from 2.30 – 3pm. The emphasis is on making everyone feel relaxed and happy to join in at whatever level. In February we go back to meeting on the first and third Fridays of the month. We welcome new members and hope you pass the word on to anyone who might enjoy a SingSong!



NK Ramblers are off on a moderately strenuous walk up Cochno Hill, Faifley.  See the noticeboard in the Walkround for more details.



Morning Worship at 10.30am.

A Healing Service in the New Halls at 6.30pm.



THE BOOKSTALL:  Lodging House Mission vouchers, £1.25 each.


Can you spare a couple of hours to serve coffee? We are all very friendly and make you feel welcome. Please give it a try and if interested contact Wendy O’Neill through the church office (942 8827, for details.


GLASGOW CITY MISSION NIGHT SHELTER: Many thanks to the volunteers who gave of their time to the Glasgow City Mission Night Shelter.


NK BOOK CLUB’s February meeting will be on Wednesday 5th February.


MARMALADE SALE: Coffee Pot will be holding a Marmalade Sale on Friday 21 February.  Donations of marmalade/chutneys will be most appreciated and can be left in the kitchen nearer the date.


HIDDEN GARDENS: Saturday 30 June. We will be holding our successful Hidden Gardens event again this year, to raise funds for The Glasgow City Mission and Alzheimer Scotland. It is a relaxing day where members of the local community can wander round a variety of gardens with refreshments at the Church.

We are looking for any new gardeners who would like to take part in the day by sharing their garden with friends, neighbours and others from the community. No garden is, too small or too big, lawns do not need to be perfect, weeds are allowed and a knowledge of the names of all the plants in your garden is not required but would be very impressive if you could.

If you would like to take part and share your garden, please contact either: Fiona & Ian McMillan or Eileen & Stewart Young  through the church office (0141 942 8827,


CITIZENS’ ADVICE BUREAU: East Dunbartonshire Citizens’ Advice Bureau holds a weekly advice session on Thursdays in the New Halls from 12.30-3.30pm, with a break over the Christmas period. To make an appointment call 0141 775 3220 or email Further information from

New Kilpatrick Parish Church

Rev Roddy Hamilton

0141 942 8827


Worship every Sunday at 10.30 and Wednesday 12 noon

The Church Office is open Mon-Fri: 9-12nooon

Scottish Charity SC012997

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