CRANHILL PARISH CHURCH
Our congregation is made of all sorts of folk of all ages. Our congregation is inclusive and welcoming, whoever you are, or whatever your situation. Worship on a Sunday at 11am is informal. We gather to worship God together through singing, prayer, Bible reading and exploring what the Living Word means for us today.
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Worship Sunday 21st July 2019
Mary and Martha, ying and yang, Laurel and Hardy...When we pair things we tend to make opposites. In the case of Martha and Mary this is a mistake. Mary's choice is not better than Martha's per se. As followers of Jesus we need to be both Mary AND Martha. Martha is practicing the radical hospitality seen earlier in Luke 10. Mary is learning as much as she can at Jesus' feet before his death. What are your gifts? What is your role in the community of faith? On Sunday we celebrate the song/hymn choices of some members, while recognising that each of us has a unique role to play.
Cranhill Church Summer Barbeque Sunday 21st July immediately after church. If the weather is fine we’ll send to Calder Glen Country Park, otherwise we will stay here.
Cranhill Development Trust is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Please see a programme for details of what’s on.
The cafe is open from 8am -3pm every day. (07775 313370)
The community shop is open Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 4pm. If you’d like to volunteer for a few hours a week, please speak to Maureen.
Come and Sing Café Next meets on Monday 5th August at Ruchazie Parish Church
Midweek worship will take place this week on Wednesday 24th at 2pm
Family Matters Eileen will be working Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Eileen can be contacted at or 07758 197986 Our Baby Matters project, for families through pregnancy and early years is on Wednesdays. Speak to Eileen to find out more.
CDT summer family programme details available now. Please contact Siobhann 774 3344
Family Film Shows Our next film showing will be The Fantastic Mr Fox on Friday 26th July. Doors and café open at 5pm. Film showing starts 5.30pm. If you’d like to help, please speak to Muriel.
WHERE WE ARE
Cranhill Church is half way along Bellrock Street, opposite the park
109 Bellrock St
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