Here are a few pictures from our Hall of Fellowship, Auchinairn Laying of Wreaths Service and
Girls & Officers from 65th Glasgow Co. Girls’ Brigade who attended the service at George Square.
Girls’ Brigade Presentation
Sunday’s Service included the Dedication of the 268th Glasgow Boys’ Brigade & 65th Glasgow Girls’ Brigade.
After the dedication three Brigaders were presented with their Brigader’s Brooch.
Well done and congratulations to Kelsy, Kirsty and Tatum.
Guild Coffee Morning 26th October 2019
The sum of £716.00 including Gift Aid, was raised for Guild Funds.
Thanks are extended to the Guild Members for organising the Coffee Morning; to all who donated baking,
and to all those who attended this very enjoyable event.
Here are a few pictures from the Coffee morning.
Harvest Thanksgiving Service September 2019
Thank you to all for the very generous donations received at the Harvest Service.
The sum of £361.00 was donated over and above the fruit, flowers, tins, etc., and this amount will be donated to Crossreach.
Thank you to the Flower Committee Members for preparing the Church and to the members involved in delivering the items.
Here are a few photos from the tables of donated goods & money.
Concert held on Friday 20th September – We are delighted to announce that £1350.10 including Gift Aid was raised for Church Funds from this very enjoyable Concert.
Thanks to members of the Church Fund Raising Group; to all who assisted on the evening, and lastly but not least to all those who attended.
We are delighted to announce that £523.05, including £66.87 Gift Aid and £26.00 Donations, was raised at the Lunch for Christian Aid.
A heartfelt thanks is extended to the members of the Fund Raising Group who organised the Lunch, and to all the other volunteers who assisted in any way.
Thanks are also extended to all those who attended to raise funds for this worthy cause. A cheque for the final amount will be sent to Christian Aid.
Her are just a few photos from the day.
Summer Holiday Club 2019
Springfield Festival Chorus
We are delighted to announce that at least £7,267 (including £2,565 to date in the Bucket Collection) was raised for Bowel Cancer UK from our Summer Concert (‘The Pirates of Penzance’).
Many thanks are extended to all involved in this very enjoyable evening.
Fundraising Group SUMMER HOLIDAY’ HAMPER
Congratulations to the Winner – Mrs Betty Watson. We are delighted to announce that £143 was raised for Church Funds. Many thanks to all who contributed.
Bible Wayfinders & Sunday School BBQ
We are delighted to announce that £146 was raised at the recent Barbeque. Thanks are extended to all who participated.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Helen Sneddon
This funeral will be held on Friday 14/6/19 @ Springfield Cambridge Church(G64 1PP) @ 12.00, thereafter to Cadder Cemetery, Crosshill, Road, Bishopbriggs G64 2QG for 1.00pm
Elder’s Long Service Certificate Presentation
Mr Andrew (Drew) Fleming was presented with a long service certificate at the Kirk Session meeting on 11th June 2019.
Drew has give 42 years of service to the Church of Scotland.
Pictured from left to right: Jim Scott, Session Clerk, Drew Fleming and Rev Ian Taylor, Minister
The funeral of the late Mrs. Kirsty Callander
This funeral will be held on Thursday 13/6/19 @ Springfield Cambridge Church(G64 1PP) @ 12.30, thereafter to Glasgow Crematorium(Maryhill) for 1.30pm.
Thank You from Beth
It’s now exactly a month until I take my once in a lifetime trip to Kenya.
I would like to thank everyone for the support you have given towards my trip to Kenya.
I would also like to thank you for your generosity in buying my tablet, shortbread and pancakes every week.
Your support for my ceilidh and generous donations towards my trip has made a big difference.
I am looking forward to my adventure with excitement and a little apprehension.
Thank you so much and I look forward to sharing my experiences in Kenya with the Guild when I return.
Elder’s Long Service Certificate Presentation
On Sunday 2nd June, 2019, nine elders were presented with long service certificates at Springfield Cambridge Church.
Unfortunately, three elders, Michael Cooke (44 years), Andrew Fleming (42 years) and John MIllar (34 years), were unable to attend this service.
The twelve elders have given 517 years of service to the Church of Scotland.
Pictured from left to right: Jim Scott, Session Clerk, Rev Ian Taylor, Minister, Robert Ditty (50 years), Jim Stormont (62 years), Mervyn Porter (49 years),
Bill Findlay (50 years), Ronnie Williamson (40 years), George McMillan (40 years), Anne Harvey (34 years), Charles Dorward (34 years),
Willie McSheehy (34 years) and Dr Sonia Blakesley, Assistant Minister.
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We are very pleased to announce that £856.42 was collected for Christian Aid.
Many thanks are extended to all who contributed and to all who counted the donations.
Memorial Service for Michael David Brown
A Memorial Service for Michael David Brown (12/3/59-13/3/19) will be held at Springfield Cambridge Church, Bishopbriggs, (vehicular access via The Leys G64 1PP) on Monday 27th. May, 2019 at 4pm.
Presentations at Boys’ & Girls’ Brigade Thanksgiving Service
On Sunday 12th May 2019 Presentations were given to the following:-
Beth Taylor on achieving her Brigader Brooch
Clare Round on achieving the highest award in Girls’ Brigade
George MacMillan was given a “Thank you” as he retires from the 268th Glasgow Co. Boys’ Brigade as at 31st May 2019.
Congratulations to all.
Bible Wayfinders Easter Video
This video was shown on Easter Sunday in church.
Well done to all involved
Click this link Easter Sunday Video
CHURCH FUND RAISING GROUP – TAYLOR FASHIONS’ NIGHT
This very enjoyable evening raised £537 including Gift Aid for Church Funds. Thanks are extended to all involved.
‘ALL THINGS LIVING’ QUIZ SHEET – We are pleased to announce that £164 was raised by sales of the Quiz Sheet.
Many thanks again to Drew Fleming for compiling the Quiz.
The EX-MEMBERS’ REUNION DINNER
On Friday 29th March this event raised £650 plus Gift Aid donations. Thanks are extended to all involved.
BOYS’ BRIGADE JUNIOR SECTION FUNDRAISER
THE LINE DANCE EVENING raised £895 including Gift Aid donations at this very enjoyable Event which was held on Saturday 23rd March. Thanks are extended to all involved.
To view some dancing click here
QUIZ NIGHT – Saturday 2nd March – in aid of the Paul O’Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre
£1,376 was raised for The Research Centre. Thanks are extended to all involved.
GIRLS’ BRIGADE COFFEE MORNING
Saturday 24th February – £410.45, including Gift Aid was raised for Girls’ Brigade Funds.
Many thanks are extended to all involved.
SAMH FUND RAISING EVENT
“Euan Russell and Friends” are very pleased to confirm that the amazing amount of £1,374.95 was raised on Saturday 16th February 2019 in aid of SAMH.
Thanks again for all your support. Much appreciated.
Sunday School & Bible Way Finders
During the children’s address, Sonia encouraged the children to act out being in the fishing boat. The Gospel passage was….Luke 5:1-11 New Revised Standard Version (NRSV)
Jesus Calls the First Disciples
5 Once while Jesus[a] was standing beside the lake of Gennesaret, and the crowd was pressing in on him to hear the word of God, 2 he saw two boats there at the shore of the lake; the fishermen had gone out of them and were washing their nets. 3 He got into one of the boats, the one belonging to Simon, and asked him to put out a little way from the shore. Then he sat down and taught the crowds from the boat. 4 When he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Put out into the deep water and let down your nets for a catch.” 5 Simon answered, “Master, we have worked all night long but have caught nothing. Yet if you say so, I will let down the nets.” 6 When they had done this, they caught so many fish that their nets were beginning to break. 7 So they signaled their partners in the other boat to come and help them. And they came and filled both boats, so that they began to sink. 8 But when Simon Peter saw it, he fell down at Jesus’ knees, saying, “Go away from me, Lord, for I am a sinful man!” 9 For he and all who were with him were amazed at the catch of fish that they had taken; 10 and so also were James and John, sons of Zebedee, who were partners with Simon. Then Jesus said to Simon, “Do not be afraid; from now on you will be catching people.” 11 When they had brought their boats to shore, they left everything and followed him.
The children then returned to their halls and you can see from the photos they were very busy.
ANCHOR BOYS’ FAMILY QUIZ NIGHT
£367.00 was raised at the Family Quiz Night which took place on Friday 1st February.
Thanks are extended to everyone involved in this very enjoyable and fun evening.
JARS OF GRACE
A cheque for £1,425.28 has been sent to UNICEF. Thanks are extended to everyone who contributed for their generosity, and a special thanks is extended to the team of counters for their help.
SPRINGFIELD CAMBRIDGE FESTIVAL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
BISHOPBRIGGS CHURCHES TOGETHER – The total raised from our Christmas Concert on Thursday 20th December, 2018 was £30,000.00. Of this, £12,746.00 was taken in the bucket collection at the end of the evening. Once again we thank our patrons for their extremely generous donations. The grand total raised from our Christmas Concerts for CHAS now stands at a magnificent £336,474.00.
CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES
The Retiral Offerings for the Lodging House Mission totalled £452.69.
Thank you for your contributions.
Family Service 23rd December 2018
Nativity & Bible Wayfinders
Well done to all the boys and girls from the Sunday School for a wonderful nativity performance this morning.
Congratulations to all leaders involved too!
Here a some photographs…
Congratulations to the Bible Wayfinders (and volunteers!) for a very informative narration on
Christmas traditions in the Middle East. Hope all the congregation enjoyed their goodies!
Springfield Cambridge Festival Chorus & Orchestra
Another fantastic concert in aid of CHAS was enjoyed by a full house at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
A huge Congratulations & Well done to Alan Craig and everyone involved.
Here are just a few pics from the evening…
AMOUNT RAISED for Poppyscotland was £407.49.
GIRLS’ BRIGADE BAG PACKING
The amount raised bag packing in MORRISON’S on Saturday 15th December by the Girls and Officers of the Girls’ Brigade was £591.38.
BB COMPANY SECTION – CHRISTMAS CARDS
The Christmas Card Delivery Service raised the amount of £516 for the Company Section’s Funds.
Many thanks are extended to all who used and donated to this Service, and also to all those who successfully delivered the Christmas Cards.
Fund Raising Group News
CHRISTMAS HAMPER COMPETITION – The Fund Raising Group is pleased to confirm that £235.00 was raised for Church Funds and the Winner of the Hamper is Pamela Brown.
Many thanks are extended to all who entered the Competition.
NAME THE DOLL’ COMPETITION – The Fund Raising Group is pleased to confirm that £101.25 was raised for Church Funds. The Winner of the Doll, named “Willie”, is Kirsty Callendar.
Many thanks are extended to all who entered the Competition.
LODGING HOUSE MISSION
Christine Mackintosh would like to thank all the members of the congregation who purchased Christmas Cards and donated monies during 2018. A total of £906 was raised from the sale of Christmas Cards, cash donated during the year was £260, and a total of £435 was given during the Retiring Collection on Sunday 9th December. This is very much appreciated, and she also thanks those who assisted her during the year.
65th Girls’ Brigade Company
The Company are delighted to confirm that £578.39 including Gift Aid was raised for Brigade Funds at the Social Evening
held on Saturday 17th November. Thanks are extended to all who took part in this very enjoyable evening, and to the
congregation for all their kind donations.
JARS OF GRACE
The total amount collected to date is £1,554.53 including Gift Aid. Thank you to all who contributed,
and also to those who counted the donations. If you still have a donation to make, please hand it in as soon as possible.
The church is looking lovely with the tree and all the decorations.
The 1st Advent candle was lit today.
Thank you to all who contributed at this morning’s Gift Service.
Here are a few pictures from today…
Fund Raising Group Quiz & Fish Supper Night
The Group are delighted to announce that £710, including Gift Aid, was raised for Church Funds at this very enjoyable annual Event on Friday 23rd November 2018.
Thanks are extended to all involved.
65th Girls’ Brigade
The Brigaders have been studying Poppy Scotland this year for their badge work.
They have created this beautiful display in our Hall of Fellowship.
The Explorer made the poster.
Well done girls!
CAMP KENYA EXPEDITION FUNDRAISER CEILIDH
The amount raised at this event was £1,119. Thanks are extended to the organisers,
to all who donated their time and efforts, and to all who attended and had an enjoyable evening.
Guild Coffee Morning Update
The sum of £724.60 including Gift Aid, was raised for Guild Funds. Thanks are extended to the Guild Members for organising ~
the Coffee Morning; to all who donated baking, and to all those who attended this very enjoyable event.
Here a some photos taken at the Guild Coffee Morning on Saturday 27th October 2018.
Fairtrade Gold Exhibition
An exhibition called Fairtrade Gold is being held in the Hall of Fellowship, Springfield Cambridge Church.
This exhibition will be available to view from 09.00 – 13.00 hrs on Monday to Friday 8 – 12 October
and is brought to you by the East Dunbartonshire Fair Trade Steering Group.
Fairtrade Gold comes to Bishopbriggs
Christian Aid lunch update
We are delighted to announce that £597.22, including £73.12 Gift Aid, was raised at the Lunch for Christian Aid.
A heartfelt thanks is extended to the members of the Fund Raising Group who organised the Lunch, and to all
the other volunteers who assisted in any way. Thanks are also extended to all those who attended to raise funds
for this worthy cause. A cheque for the final amount will be sent to Christian Aid.
Harvest Service update
A big ‘THANK YOU’ to everyone who contributed to the Harvest Thanksgiving Service.
The sum of £299.60 was donated over and above the fruit, flowers, tins, etc., and this amount
will be donated to Crossreach. Thank you also to the Flower Committee Members for preparing
the Church and to the members involved in delivering the items.
Christian Aid Lunch Sunday 16th September 2018
Our Christian Aid lunch was very well supported after worship this morning.
Minestrone soup or potato & leek soup followed by a filled roll then tea or coffee and biscuits.
Thank you to our fundraising committee and all who helped make this a success.
The total amount raised will be announced shortly.
Harvest Service Sunday 16th September 2018
Thank you to everyone for your very generous contributions to our Harvest Service today.
The church was beautifully decorated Thank you to all involved in achieving this and to the distributors of our Harvest gifts.
Summer Holiday Club 6th – 10 August 2018
Boys’ Brigade & Girls’ Brigade
Closing Service of Thanksgiving
29th April 2018
Congratulations to 4 boys from our Boys’ Brigade (268th Glasgow) on gaining their Queen’s Award and also to Laura Hutchison from our Girls’ Brigade (65th Glasgow) on her Commissioning as an Officer. All presented during this morning’s service.
Boys pictured from left – right: Callum Russell, Andrew Irving and Jamie Blackhall (Rory McDonald unable to attend).
Laura Hutcheson & Rev. Ian Taylor
Spring into Summer Afternoon Tea 28th April 2018
Thank you to all who supported this event and to the Fund Raising Group for all their hard work in organising this event.
The total amount raised was £782.37 including Gift aid for afternoon tea and £152 for Pamper Hamper.
Well done to Christine Bickers who was the winner of the Pamper Hamper.
Here are some photos…
Burn’s Lunch 28th January 2018
We are pleased to announce that £516, including Gift Aid, was raised for Church Funds at this very enjoyable Lunch.
Many thanks are extended to the Fund Raising Group for organising the Lunch, and to everyone who supported it.
Special thanks are extended to Scott and Kirsty Robertson, Maureen Brown, Euan Russell and Rev. Taylor for their contributions to the entertainment.
Here are a few photos.
Pipers Scott & Kirsty led the way. Margery introduced our entertainment, Maureen reciting The Ploughman by Robert Burns.
This was followed by Euan Russell singing “A Red, Red Rose” and Rev. Ian Taylor saying the “Selkirk Grace”.
Happy New Year
JARS OF GRACE
A cheque for £1,423.14 has been sent to UNICEF.
Thanks are extended to everyone who contributed for their generosity,
and a special thanks to the team of counters for their help.
Sunday School & Bible Wayfinders Nativity Service
Springfield Festival Chorus & Orchestra December 2017
Springfield Festival Junior Chorus
First Sunday in Advent 3rd December 2017
Thank you to all for the gifts received at the Service today.
Nativity Scene and
Christmas tree in
Hall of Fellowship
Boys’ Brigade & Girls’ Brigade Dedication Service
Christian Aid Lunch
Our Christian Aid lunch raised the fantastic sum of £675.
Heartfelt thanks to is extended to the Fund Raising Group for organising this event, and to all volunteers and supporters.
Harvest Sunday 17th September 2017
A big “THANK YOU” to everyone who contributed to the Harvest Thanksgiving Service.
The sum of £393 has been donated to Crossreach over and above the donations of fruit, flowers, tins etc.