Welcome to the web site for Uddingston Old Parish Church.
We hope you find your visit here useful, and feel encouraged to return in the future. Although we are happy to have you visit on the web with us, we’d be more than pleased to welcome you in person at one of our Sunday services.
Our new website is being developed and the beta version can be found here
Church Diary and Intimations:
Wilma Richmond. As many of you will already know, Wilma sadly passed away on Saturday at St Andrew's hospice. Her funeral will take place on Monday 12th January at 10.45 in the church and 11.45 at Daldowie.
If you have children with you, we have crèche and Sunday School available during the service, with activities for all ages. We would love it if they could join us.
Sun 23-Mar-14 Services at 11 am and 6.30 pm. Pram & Praise at 10.30.
Mon 24-Mar-14 1. Monthly Singalong, 2 o'clock, large hall. 2. Men's Fellowship at 7.30 - History of CalMac, Ian McCrorie
Tues 25-Mar-14 1. Play & Praise Group at 10.30. 2. Guild at 7.30. AGM and Dinner at the Bentley Hotel. Last meeting of the session.
Wed 26-Mar-14 Lent Bible Study, 7.30 in the vestry.
Thurs 27-Mar-14 1. Deadline for items for the April magazine. 2. Minister's Vestry Hour at 7.30
Sun 30th Services at 11 am and 6.30 pm. Tea & coffee after morning service served by the Boys Brigade.
The Social Committee is organising a trip to the Edinburgh Military Tattoo on Friday 15th August for the 9 pm performance. The cost is £45, which is payable by next Sunday. Anyone interested in going should add their name to the list on the small hall door.
We regret to announce the death of Mrs Margaret Craig, Coftbank Care Home, mother of Walter Silcock, who passed away on 16th March. The funeral was held yesterday at Daldowie. Also, of Mrs Millie Steele, 16 Springfield Crescent, who died at Udston Hospital on 18th March. Her funeral is on Wednesday 26th March, 11.45, at Daldowie. Our thoughts are with both families at this sad time.
Uddingston Pride will be holding a Litter Action and Pick-up Day on Saturday 29th March, between 10 an and 12 noon. Meet at Park Church hall at 10 o'clock where you will be allocated an area to be cleaned. Pickers, gloves and refuse sacks will be provided, and at the end, tea, coffee and soft drinks will be available. A number of voucher prizes will be handed out during the break. Come along and support a good cause, as with the Commonwealth Games not so far away we need to show how nice a place the village is, and that we take pride in making it a clean, tidy and better place to enjoy living in. Children can come along with their parents, grandparents and friends for a fun time with a benefit to all.
Photos added for Sunday School Nativity and choir at Christmas 2013 Gallery
The December issue of our magazine is now available to read on our news tab or click here December 2013