Current News


  • Service Times:
    From Sunday 19th November 2017, our services will commence at 11am.
    We are currently meeting in the Age Concern Hall behind the Garrison Building.
  • Our minister is Rev Jonathan Fleming. His wife is Karyn and their daughters are Rachel and Hollie. Jonathan’s Induction Service took place on Friday 13th October 2017 at St John’s Church, Largs, and was a very happy occasion!
  • Please click here to read about us on the Church of Scotland’s website!
  • The Boys’ Brigade will meet in the school hall while the DA Hall is closed.
  • Alpha 7-9pm on Thursdays at the back of the Tavern.
  • Thanks to everyone who attended and helped organise the successful Swishing Night. We raised £900 for the new building fund!
  • Our Bible Study & Prayer group meets in the Garrison “goldfish bowl” at 11am on Thursdays  or 11.30am on the first Thursday of the month. All welcome!
  • Please see Julie Jamieson if you would like to help CHANA – Churches Homelessness Action North Ayrshire. They need toiletries, new clothing and household goods for people who are roofless.
  • Calling all online shoppers! You may click on this link https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/cumbraeparishchurch/?q=Cumbrae&cat=cause-autosuggest to support our new building fund. Register and follow the easy instructions!
  • Please contact Jackie Wilson by the Wednesday before the service each week, if you have items for inclusion in our notice slip.
  • Ask Alice if you would like a collection box for the Bible Society.
  • Please contact us if you, or someone you know, would like a pastoral visit.
  • Used stamps: Last year, World Mission raised £4,800 through collecting used stamps. They have been able to support 29 projects in 19 countries, including Scotland, to respond to the challenges of HIV in the communities.  Please cut a border of 12mm (1/2 inch) all around used stamps and bring to Christine McCubbin at church.
  • Please ask Christine for a tube of Smarties and return it filled with 10p or 20p pieces for the New Building Fund.

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