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East Kilbride

Old Parish


Please join us at our Virtual Sunday School, every Sunday on Zoom from 9.00am. 
(Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for joining code)
Read here about what we do and how to join us, then:
to see our work
Our new-style 'virtual' Sunday School meets on Zoom at 9am and is aimed at pre-school to P7 children. There is a mix of music, puzzles/quizzes, games, crafts, 'circle time’, a prayer, and a Bible story, with different themes each week.
Current theme: The Miracles of Jesus
Previous Themes 
>  Joy
>  Peace
>  Hope
> The Greatest Story of All Time: The Birth of Jesus
> The Bible
> Daniel in the Lion's Den
> Bible Superheroes, including David and the Battle with Goliath
Creation, Days 1 and 2
> Sports - Running the race for Jesus reflecting on how important decision making is in fitness and health 
> What a friend we have in Jesus (Part 2) Reflecting on how important friendships are
> What a friend we have in Jesus Part 1): Craft Session (Making Friendship Bracelets)
> Bible Cities - reflecting on towns and cities that Jesus visited
>  Being in God's Team - Following Jesus
> The Parable of the Good Samaritan
Animals in the Bible  - Daniel in the Lions Den
> Animals in the Bible - Jonah and the Whale
> The Ten Commandments, following and sticking to the rules and regulations in these strange times.
> The Parable of the Talents. Including had our own online Sunday School Talent Show - 'EKOPC's Got Talent!
> The Lords Prayer - communication with God - and also how we communicate/keep in touch with each other in strange times. 
> Jesus is the Light of the World
>  Noah 
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To join us via the Zoom app, please could a parent or guardian contact our Youth & Families Worker, Iain Shaw beforehand on 07912 295943 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for advice, information and joining code number.
If you can find some paper, and colouring pens, pencils or crayons in the house, maybe some glue or Pritt Stick, or something relating to the advertised theme, you could have them handy for the craft activity. 
If you like, you can email or text a photo of your finished work to Iain or to iainshaw18This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
Why not click on the 'Our Space' button at the top of the page to see the pictures? It's your space for sharing your work and things you like. 

A note from Iain, our Children, Youth & Families Worker re the plan to establish an Art Group:

"As an example,three of the themes used for our virtual Sunday School sessions were Jesus Loves Me, My Family and For God So Loved the World.  Contained within each session we have an art work slot which is an opportunity for the children and young people to draw their representation of the theme for that week.

I am constantly amazed, (but after almost a year of leading these sessions I shouldn’t be) of the quality, imagination, design and colourfulness of the artwork that the children and young people produce. On the 'Our Space' page (Click Here to go to 'Our Space') are examples of the art work created by the children and young people.

I hope you will agree with me in that we have a very talented group and their pictures are further enhanced by the fact they only have around 5 minutes to produce them, albeit they can work on them after the session before sending them to me for sharing with the group the following week.

Most of the artwork on show has been produced by Jessica, Charlotte, Hannah, Mia, Kaja, Max, Sophie, Millie, Lucy, Craig and Zoe. The age range of the children and young people is 5-13 years.

Based on the evidence of what has been achieved and delivered during our virtual Sunday School sessions, I believe we have the opportunity to create an art group for children, young people and families. (Check out the Notices page for more details as this belief becomes a reality in Summer 21).

If you feel you would like to get involved in helping at such a group please let me know – no great art qualifications are required, I am certainly no artist - all you need is a love of children, a patient, encouraging heart and to be able to give a couple of hours per week of your time."

Iain Shaw (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


East Kilbride Old Parish Church
Montgomery Street
The Village
East Kilbride
G74 4JS

01355 279004
Office opening times:
Tuesday & Friday
9:30am to 12:30pm




Scottish Charity No: SC000609