Live on Sunday 29th March 2020 at 11am there will be a short service by Alastair Munro on our facebook page.
Good morning. Welcome here to worship for Lenzie Old Parish Church. My name is Alastair Munro and I am currently a candidate in training for Ordained Local Ministry with the Church of Scotland, in placement at Lenzie Old. Call to Worship Psalm 130 Verse 1-2 - Out of the depths I cry to [...]
who is recovering from surgery. To my beloved congregation of Lenzie Old, I am finding it really hard not to prepare online worship etc at the moment but I am signed off for three weeks and I know I need this time to heal and rest. I asked Wendy to put a lovely poem [...]
Following advice received from the Church of Scotland, in response to the Covid 19 situation, it is with regret that our Worship Services are cancelled with immediate effect. The current situation is changing constantly and we will continue to follow the guidance and advice we receive from the Church of Scotland.
Prayer points Thank God that the passports were renewed swiftly without any delays. Please pray for all involved with Language Friends that they would experience the deep love of God Please pray for all affected by Covid-19, be it sickness, loss of travel/economic restrictions. Thank God for our Field Director's faithful service and [...]
Christ’s Church is not closed! The doors may be shut and locked, the lights out in The building up the street But the Church isn’t closed. We may be told to stay at home, self isolate, We may be ill or too frail to come, We may be disillusioned with the institution, or with [...]
A lady within our parish sent Rev Louise this beautiful image last week of our church cradled in a double rainbow. Rev Louise was completely awestruck when she first saw it and describes it being a timely sign from God to reassure us that he is with us in uncertain times and his [...]
On Sunday 1st March 2020 we were delighted to welcome Nicole Dick as a new member of our church family here at Lenzie Old. Nicole is pictured here with her family and Rev Louise McClements and Student Ordained Local Minister Alastair Munro.