Current Notices

Welcome to our Church.  If you wish to know more about our activities, or any other matter, one of the Duty Team at the door will be delighted to help.


Our Mid-week Service is on Wednesdays in the Carswell Centre at 11 to 11.30am, followed by tea and coffee.  Come and enjoy this informal service. 


EPYC - our Church Youth Group meets on Sunday evenings  in the Carswell Centre.  For more information, contact James Edgar 


On the 3rd Sunday of each month, ie next Sunday  -  we have a conventional service in the Church at 9.30am and a contemporary service (Kairos) in the Carswell at 11am.


Our Prayer Group meets on Sundays at 10.30am in the upper room of the Carswell Centre.  You are very welcome, either regularly or occasionally.


Our organist this morning is Jean Thompson.   Thank you Jean!


The Annual Tidy-Up of the Orry is this afternoon at 2pm!   Bags for rubbish will be available at Mid Road.   All Welcome.


It’s time for DNA groups to start again!  DNA Leaflets are available in the church and at Kairos, and guides to Luke are also available, price £2.50, in church or from Gillian Norval.  


The Guild - 'Round the World to Music' is this week's theme for our Guild meeting on Wednesday evening, meeting at the usual time of 7.30pm in the Carswell Centre.


The next Mary’s Meals Lunch is this Wednesday, 21st February at 12 noon in the Carswell Centre.   The usual homemade soup and bread will be available.  Also delicious home baking.  Come along and support a great charity!


Our next Messy Church will take place in the Carswell Centre on Friday 23rd February from 4 to 6pm.   Please join us to enjoy learning from the Bible, having fun with crafts and eating together in a warm and friendly environment.   Contact Kirsty Clark as soon as possible to book your place.    We are looking for help with registration from 3.45pm to 4.15pm and would very much appreciate a couple of volunteers.


Elders please note there is a Session Meeting to approve the accounts on Sunday, 4th March in the Sanctuary after worship.


The next outing of the Walking Group, on Wednesday 28th February, will be to Strathclyde Park to walk from there to Chatelherault. This is a walk of almost 5 miles, mostly level and on good surfaces. We leave from Mid Road at 10am.


An information session on the Gemmell Statues and Eaglesham Quilt (part of the Eagelsham Heritage Trail) will be held in the Carswell Centre on Tuesday 27th February at 2.30 pm. This will be led by Laura Moir of East Renfrewshire Council who is hoping that some of our members may be on hand in future to share their knowledge when visitors, such as school groups, come to the Carswell Centre.  Moira would be delighted if you would like to look in on 27th.


Our Tea Money on Sunday mornings has recently been sent to the following charities:  Lodging House Mission  (£250);  TearFund (£250);  Clic Seargent (£150);  Alzheimers (£200).


Anderson Kelvingrove Church is hosting, until 4th March, an exhibition entitled 'THE LONG JOURNEY OF SYRIA'S REFUGEES', which will include film and photographs. Anyone wishing to attend should contact Tom Moffat, Session Clerk, on 0777 646 1447.




“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations ...”  Matthew 28:19


 Lord, we thank you for Jesus, that through him your word has reached the ends of the earth.  We pray for Tearfund's Cambodia Hope project, that by serving you, people's lives would be transformed and made whole.  In Jesus’ name, amen.