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East Kilbride

Old Parish




Read here about what we do and how to join us, then:
Please join us at our new time on Sunday,13th September, 9.30am - 10.15am
Theme: Creation, Days 1 and 2.  Please spread the word!
Sunday 30th August 
There will be a sports theme this week- Running the race for Jesus reflecting on how important decision making fitness and health are in the life’s  of young people.
Previous Themes 
> 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 
Getting ready to join in...
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 (now at the top of the page) to see their pictures? It's your space for sharing your work and things you like. You'll find some activity sheets there too... 
EKO Magazine Message from Sheena Wilson
How did you get on with July's flower quiz? Here are the answers 1. Iris 2. Rose; 3. Foxglove; 4. Daisy; 5. Sweet William; 6. Stocks; 7. Honesty; 8. Snap Dragon; 9. Dandelion; 10. Snowdrop; 11. Daisy; 12. Crocus; 13. Love in the Mist; 14. Forget-me-not; 15. Primrose
As government lockdown measures continue to ease, we all look forward to returning to a more normal way of living, even though we may feel a bit anxious. The Sunday School Team is especially mindful that all our children will be starting back to full-time School this month - all being well. Our thoughts are with them (as too are our thoughts with the Congregation). We trust that all will go well.

Pre-Lockdown Sunday School


Children aged 3 - 8yrs meet in the Upper Hall prior to the start of the church service, where the leaders will be waiting to welcome them. Just before 11am this group move into the church with their leaders and join the rest of the congregation for the start of the service. After the Children's Address and a child-friendly hymn they head back to the Upper Hall for their special activities. Parents can meet up with their children at the end of the service at the Upper Hall.

Any young person aged 9 years and over should meet in our Sunday School pew prior to the start of the service. Part-way through the service this age group, along with their leaders, will leave the church (as above) but they will continue their special activities along in the Glebe Street Hall. If you've never been before, please come along. We have a great time and you'll make new friends.


For information:  

Here’s a reminder about our meeting places for children every Sunday morning:

The Creche has a lovely comfortable and roomy space to play and be cared for in the Lounge Area in the hall beside the Church.  The needs of babies and toddlers up to the age of three years are met by our experienced team of volunteers.

The Beginner/Primary group gather initially in the Upper Hall beside the Church.  Just prior to the Morning Service beginning, they come into Church as a group.  Following the children’s address they return to the Upper Hall where parents can meet them at the end of the Service. This group enjoys story time and craft activities.

The Juniors arrive at Church and meet in our pews inside.  After the children’s address they walk along to the large hall at Glebe Street where we explore the Bible using a variety of activities to suit the skills of children at the upper end of  Primary School and Secondary School age young folk.   


Contact Sheena Wilson for further information, or use the website's 'Contact Us' button


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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