The following events are held in the Church Hall across the road from the church and next to the Bowling Club. Please note this is a different venue from the Community Hall.
A Prayer Room is available upstairs in the hall for anyone wishing to have a quiet time while attending an event throughout the week.
The Community Hub meets every Wednesday in the Church Hall from 12.00-3.00. This is a great place to come for fellowship with folks in the neighbourhood and share in a soup lunch (provided by Michael More) or a cup of tea and a pastry and have fun. There are also games and jigsaws available to enjoy. Catch up with old friends and make new friends. It is run by volunteers within the Church and community.
Cambus Bairns meets on Wednesdays from 9.15-10.30 in the Church Hall during school term time. All babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers are welcome along with a parent, grandparent or carer. We have a great stock of toys and games and enjoy stories and singing. Tea and coffee, toast and jam are also enjoyed!
The Oasis Group meets in the Church Hall on Tuesday mornings from 10.30-12.00 (excluding autumn mid-term holiday). A wide and varied programme is offered ranging from history talks to musical items and everything in-between.
Summary of Programme
9 January - A village lad - memories of growing up in Cambusbarron (Joe Young)
16 January - Chair Yoga (Valerie Kemp)
23 January - In celebration of Robert Burns (Jackie and David Smith)
30 January - Alloa Tower Historical estate (Susan Mills)
6 February - Clackmannanshire Tapestry (Lesley Thornton)
13 February - Valentines Day - Wedding Belles
20 February - Seagull Trust Cruises (Walkway society and Scottish charity, Donald Paterson)
27 February - A Tale of Two Centres and daffodil tea (Shirley Galletly)
5 March - The Church Bell 1767 (Hazel Kaye)
12 March - Oasis Ladies - My Happy Place
19 March - Missing the Bus (Ian Souter, Scottish Vintage Bus Museum)
26 March - Holy Week - no meeting
2 April - Easter Holidays - no meeting
9 April - Shoogle-Lele - a morning of 60s and 70s music with a 10 piece ukelele band
We arrange weekly Bible study courses on varying subjects throughout the year. These are held in the evening and more details will be added shortly.
A ukelele group has recently started and meets for an hour on a Tuesday at 5.30 in the Church Hall. The group is mostly learning from scratch with the plan to accompanying worship in due course.
Knit and Natter
This 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.
Men's Walking Group
The Men's Walking Group meets on Thursday mornings and after enjoying a gentle ramble in and around Stirling they have a visit to a local coffee shop for refreshments.