The Springfield Cambridge Record

A word from our Minister

  • In light of the Prime Minister’s statement and Government advice this evening, Monday 23rd March 2020, Springfield Cambridge Church is closed until further notice. Further news and updates can be found through our social media platforms.

  • 22nd March Sunday Worship

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  • Often when parishioners are having a hard time I will end by saying something like, “Hang in there, keep the faith, and breathe!” Now I am wondering if in these unusual and uncertain times I should simply be saying, “Take a deep breath and pray. “ That’s what I say to myself often these days. […]

  • The more observant worshippers on January 5th 2020 may have entered the Church and noticed a chalked ‘code’ on the threshold to our building. “But what does it mean?” one of our members asked me. At the meeting of the Presbytery of Glasgow in December 2019, the Moderator, Rev. Dan Carmichael (Minister of Lenzie Union […]

  • In September of this year, office- bearers and members of the congregation attended a series of three meetings with our Parish Grouping friends from Cadder and Kenmure Churches, led by Robbie Morrison, a Mission and Discipleship Facilitator. The purpose of these meetings was to look towards our common shared purposes and to create a vision […]

  • “The Lord may give you the bread of adversity and water of affliction, but he who teaches you will no longer keep himself out of sight, but with your own eyes you will see him.” (REB Isaiah 30:20) Just before I went off on my summer holidays, a dear friend who should have been looking […]

  • 17 Like somebody who takes a passing dog by the ears is one who meddles in the quarrel of another. 20 For lack of wood the fire goes out, and where there is no whisperer, quarrelling ceases. 21 As charcoal is to hot embers and wood to fire, so is a quarrelsome person for kindling […]

  • Recently, some of the local Ministers from Bishopbriggs Churches Together were meeting in our Church to plan our Easter Assembly for Bishopbriggs Academy as the school Chaplains. As we chatted over tea and coffee and shortbread, discussion centred on birthdays. One colleague told us that his birthday was 4th. July. “Get away, “said another colleague, […]

  • After Christmas all I seemed to notice once the January sales were over, were TV advertisements for summer holidays – often promising warmth and sunshine in foreign climes. Amid the January blues and chills, coughing and spluttering people, I could see why the advertisers were selling their wares, so to speak. Then amid the neaps […]