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.


Crèche  -  We are delighted to have some of our youngest members attending crèche in the Carswell Youth Base during Sunday service.


We warmly invite you for Tea and Coffee in the Carswell Centre after this service. 


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.


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.


EPYC - our Church Youth Group for P7 meets on Sunday evenings  in the Carswell Centre.  For more information, contact James Edgar  07710 977309 or


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


Thanks to all who came to Wednesday’s Mary’s Meals lunch. A total of £215 was raised. The next lunch is at 12noon on November 15th. All welcome.


DNA groups begin this week.  DNA leaflets are available in church and at the Carswell Centre. Please think about joining or forming a group with others.  “Mission Unstoppable” books are also available, price £2.50.  For further information please contact Gillian Norval,, or 303632.


The next outing of the Walking Group, on Wednesday 25th October will be to Mugdock Country Park. This a level walk of between 4 and 5 miles on park paths. We leave from Mid Road at 10am.


The Guild - 'Read All About It' is the theme for our meeting this coming Wednesday. Our speakers will be Jill Scott and Bill Hicks from the Sunday Post. Our weekly meetings are open to all.  Committee are reminded that we have a meeting on Monday evening.


Our next Messy Church will take place in the Carswell Centre on Friday 27th October  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 at or 07743 736113 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.  


LODGING HOUSE MISSION CHRISTMAS CARDS. The LHM Christmas card leaflet is available from Brenda Bain. If you want to order cards, and give your order to Brenda by 22nd October, she will pick these up for you so you don’t need to pay postage to get them sent out to you.


Alan Gillon, our Organist, is performing at the Kelvingrove Organ Concert  -  Monday 30th October at 1pm.  For details of the programme, please see the poster on the Carswell Centre notice board.


Pizza and Prosecco evening is back by popular demand - Friday 3rd November 7.30 for 8pm in The Carswell Centre.   Bring your own bottle.  £6.00 per person to cover Pizza etc, payable in advance to Fiona Kettlwell or Michelle Nealis please.  Or contact Fiona on 07557383419 or Michelle on 07772048991. Look forward to seeing you there.


Eaglesham Community Club invite you along to an afternoon of music and laughter on Tuesday 7th November from 2-4pm in the Carswell Centre.  Pauline Vallance, Harpist, will be here to entertain us.  Pauline is an award-winning singer\songwriter who accompanies herself on Clarsach (small harp). She sprinkles her own entertaining songs with traditional Scottish and Irish songs, and rock covers such as Queen, Bowie and Kate Bush. (Charge of £1.50.)


Annual BB Christmas Fayre  -  11th November.  The BB are looking for donations of home baking for their baking stall. The Carswell Centre will be open on the night of Friday 10th and the morning of Saturday 11th for anyone who would like to drop off any baking. 


Peace Loom - on 18th of November between 1pm and 4pm. Rev Peter and Heidi Gardner are visiting the Carswell Centre with their Loom.  To make this a success we need  - donations of double knitting wool over the coming weeks and people to visit the loom on the Saturday. Peace is a universal concern, therefore the loom is of interest to all people. Peter will also be leading worship at Kairos on the 19th of November and the loom will form a centre peace around which we will be reflecting and considering the role of listening in the Peace process.


Situation Vacant. Our Hallkeeper, Liz, is retiring at the end of October. The post involves looking after the Church halls and is part time – approximately 21 hours per week.  Hours can be flexible and the post would suit a responsible person who enjoys working on his/her own.  Further details from our Fabric Convener, Jim Alexander, telephone number 0141 644 3837.


Eaglesham Outlook. This leaflet with information about both church and community is produced annually. It is distributed to every house in Eaglesham and Waterfoot. This year’s issue will be available from the weekend of 5th November. There will then be a Christmas card for general distribution in December. This all depends on having a team of distributors to cover the whole area. If you are not already one of our distribution team, but can help with this, please give your name and e-mail contact to Duncan Macintyre -, or Doug Lamont -





“Children’s children are a crown to the aged, and parents are the pride of their children.”  Proverbs 17:6


Father God, we pray for families at this time, remembering the many pressures that they face. Would you give parents wisdom and patience in bringing up their children. Be with grand parents; for those who care for grand children, and for those who long for their children and grand-children to know you and trust you as they have. In Jesus’ name, Amen.