Midweek Activities

We have a wide range of activities designed to promote well-being among the congregation and the wider community. In addition to what is listed below, our halls are used by Cambusbarron Primary School Out of School Club, Brownies, Parkinson's Group and the facilities can be hired for special occasions including parties. To make a booking enquiry, please contact Ann Jeffrey, our Hall Letting Convenor

Mid-week Service 

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We are a small and friendly fellowship group,  primarily of retirement age, that meets once a month on the 4th Thursday of the month at 11am. Everyone is most welcome – you can be assured of a genuinely warm welcome. Our meetings include prayer, the singing of hymns and choruses and a spiritual message, usually given by our Minister, Graham Nash, but by others if he is not available. Some who come to these services are not regular Church attendees and so the message is really appreciated. There will be no midweek services during July and August.

Fellowship Groups - coming soon

A new venture which will be fortnightly, with the aim of getting to know one another better and encouraging each other in our walk with God as we read the Bible, pray and share life together. 

Reminiscence / History Group
Trip Down Memory Lane - NEW groupMemory lane

This new group will meet fortnightly on Tuesdays from 10.30am-12.00 noon in the church hall. The aim is to improve memory by providing an informal get together around a table over a cup of coffee We will provide opportunities  to discuss various topics  as well as local history.  More details of each event in the Calendar.  Contact Angela Samson (Wellbeing Co-ordinator) for any further details - Mob 07977 342022.

Church open for prayer

Each Tuesday from 10am - 1pm, the Church is open to everyone who wants to have a quiet time for prayer.

Fireside Fellowship

An hour long weekly prayer meeting alternating between mornings and afternoons on Wednesdays where we pray for people and situations within the church.

Film nights
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We have  film nights periodically and full details of our next film will be announced later
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Ladies Lunch

ladiesThis is a monthly get together of ladies of any age at Cambusbarron church hall. Women gather together, often drawn by the need to escape occasionally from the stresses and worries of daily living. We chat, laugh and generally socialise!! An outreach opportunity exists in that some members occasionally bring friends and relatives and this adds value to this event. They are held on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 12.00pm for 12.30pm. 

Gents Lunch

gentsThe Gents lunch meets every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 12.00pm for 12.30pm. Gentlemen enjoy a delicious 3 course lunch followed by tea or coffee, in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The cost is whatever you can donate. We also enjoy the friendship and fellowship of having a meal. We welcome all from whatever walk of life. Numbers are limited, but don’t let that put you off. 

Coffee Morning

coffeeThis is a great time for anyone to enjoy a good cup of coffee or tea with excellent home made cakes and biscuits and fellowship. Well known in the village for the lovely treats! They are held from 10am-12 noon on the 2nd Thursday of the month. 


Friendship Group

friendshipThis is a good time for anyone to come along and join in our group presentations and discussions and enjoy good fun and fellowship. The speakers are often local folk giving talks on a variety of subjects. They are held monthly on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday mornings of the month from autumn to spring.

Knit and Natter

knitThis is a perfect time for anyone who enjoys knitting or wants to learn as well as having good fun and fellowship. Various knitting projects have taken place including knitting poppies which decorated the church on Remembrance Sunday. This meets on the 1st, 3rd and 5th (when applicable) Thursday of the month from 10am-12 noon. 

Cambusbarron Wellbeing Singers

wellbeingsingA fortnightly get-together with a focus on singing on alternate Tuesdays 10.30-12.00 in the Church Hall. Singing can improve our sense of happiness and wellbeing so we invite people of all ages to come along and sing with us in a relaxed informal setting and form new friendships – no experience required.