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.


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


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


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 -  we have a conventional service in the Church at 9.30am and a contemporary service (Kairos) in the Carswell at 11am.


The next outing of the Walking Group, on Wednesday 25th April, will be to the Kelvin Walkway, walking from the Riverside Museum to the Botanic Gardens. We leave from Mid Road at 10am.


Elders without Email  -  please collect your copy of the last Session Meeting Minutes from the Door Duty Team. 


Curry.    The next men’s curry outing will be to the Alishan in Battlefield on Thursday April 26th. If you have not previously come across this activity and would like to be involved contact Duncan MacIntyre


Our next Messy Church will take place in the Carswell Centre on Friday 27th April 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.


Planning for our Annual Holiday Club is starting soon, and James needs our help again.   It will run from Monday 6th August to Friday 10th August.   Could you please speak to James to find out how you can help.   Thank you.


Eaglesham Community Club’s next meeting is on Tuesday, 1st May at 2pm in the Carswell when Amanda Robb will talk about The History of Eaglesham and Rouken Glen.  Amanda is the local studies librarian of East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure Trust and is a well-known and accomplished speaker so please join us if you can.  (Don't forget the book swap).  There is a charge of £1.50 for tea/coffee.


A Bridge Drive in aid of  the BB Garage Fund takes place on Friday evening, 11th May, and plans for this are going well.   If you would like to donate a raffle prize for this, please contact Anne Carr. Thank you very much.



Spring weather has almost decided to make its belated appearance and our Plant Sale is a few short weeks away.  Please make a note in your diary to ensure you take advantage of the wide choice of bedding plants, hanging baskets and pot plants which will be on sale between 2pm and 4pm in the Laird Hall.  A relaxing cup of tea or coffee and some choice baking to follow in the Carswell Centre promises to round off a satisfying afternoon.  All proceeds are in aid of a much needed garage for the new BB minibus and your support for this essential Church facility will be much appreciated.   If you feel able to donate some home baking please phone Margaret Pitcairn . 


Tearfund Jubilee Year  Jubilee concerts are being held around Scotland. Ones local to us are 17th May at Newton Mearns Baptist; 8th June at Claremont in East Kilbride;  21st June at Glasgow City Free Church; and 22nd June at Bearsden Baptist Church.  For more details or to book tickets, visit


Lodging House Mission are seeking volunteers to help in our kitchen and main hall.  Duties are basic but  the effect is huge.  Can you spare 1 day per week, (or even a half day) to extend care and compassion to people who are on the margins of society by virtue of homelessness, mental health and addiction?   

Contact Gus on 0141 552 0285 or email


The Glasgow Stedfast Association is pleased to announce a Concert by The Glasgow Male Philharmonic Choir and special guest in Clincarthill Parish Church, 1220 Cathcart Road, Glasgow G42 9EU on Thursday 26th April at 7.30pm.  Donation Ticket £8 (includes tea/coffee)   Pay at the door on the evening of the Concert.   (Proceeds in support of The Boy’s Brigade)