We are delighted to announce the appointment of a new Youth Worker at Airdrie Baptist. Kirsty Lee will take up the new role in July 2017 and will be with us two days a week.
Kirsty will work with the Youth Fellowship on Friday nights and will also run the Bible Class on a Sunday morning.
A Livingston native, Kirsty is currently studying Theology at the Scottish Baptist College in Paisley. She hopes to pursue a career in youth work when she completes her course.
We’re sure you’ll join us in welcoming Kirsty to the fellowship.
On 23 April 2017 we announced the appointment of three new Deacons.
Jo Ramsay, Vanessa Telfer and David Clark have been coopted on to the Deaconate which means they can serve for two years prior to standing for formal election. Read More
We host cake decorating workshops one Saturday a month from 11am – 1pm in the hall. These workshops are a chance to learn new skills, meet new people and have fun.
Dates for this year are:
- 29 April
- 20 May
- 24 June
- 16 September
- 21 October
- 18 November
After some consideration we have decided to discontinue our Kid’s Church for the foreseeable future.
From 19 March onwards we will revert to a traditional evening service at 6.30pm on the third Sunday of each month.
Happy new year when it arrives!
Our Sunday morning service on January 1st will start at 11am, evening services will resume the following week (8th January).
Tuesday lunchtime services start on Tuesday 10th January (12.30-1pm) and fortnightly thereafter. On the 10th the service will be followed with lunch together in the hall.
We’d love for you to join us
We are hosting another Acoustic Cafe this Sunday at 6.30pm in the hall.
This month we will be singing hymns and songs chosen by members of the congregation who will be explaining what the songs mean to them.
As usual there will be refreshments and home baking available, as well as activities for younger people.
We look forward to seeing you there!
From this week we are hosting our sermons on SoundCloud. This change to the way we deliver the audio makes it easier for you to listen to, subscribe and share the sermons.
The funeral of Christine Watson will take place in McLaren’s Airdrie at 2pm on Friday 5th August, followed by a short service of committal at Holytown Crematorium.
Please remember all who grieve at this time in your prayers.
Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live” (John 11:25)
4 – 8 July 2016, 10.30am – 12.45pm
This year’s holiday club will run during the first week of the school holiday. All young people from P1 – S1 are welcome. Read More
Thank you to all who have donated to the Airdrie Foodbank over the past year. Your contributions have made a huge difference to those who use the foodbank. Read More
The theme of this year’s holiday club is “Guardians of Ancora”. The holiday club will run from 4 – 8 July.
There will be a meeting on Tuesday 14 June at 7.30pm for all those who are interested in helping. This will be a chance to look at the material and also meet other volunteers.
If you want to find out more please contact Valerie Sim.
Wednesday 18 May 2016, 7.30pm
Our Church meeting will be held in the hall this coming Wednesday. Please come along as we discuss plans for the church in the coming year, including budgets and leadership.
We will be holding a service on Good Friday at noon in the Church. All are welcome.
Our Easter Sunday service will be held at 11am as usual. Please remember to put your clocks forward on Saturday night!
We have a need for volunteers to assist with serving teas, coffees and toast at the Airdrie Foodbank.
The foodbank runs each Friday from 11am – 1.30pm.
If you would like to help, please get in touch with Linda Murray.
The Airdrie Foodbank has now been running at the Church for a few months and this week we provided for 30 people and families.
There is currently a specific need for toiletries, particularly for men but those for women and children would also be appreciated.
If you are able to help, please deposit items in the collection basket in the vestibule.
Please continue to pray for those who attend the Foodbank, as well as those who volunteer each week.
There is a change to the scheduled Women’s Fellowship meeting tonight.
Rev Georgie Baxendale is unable to join us and instead we welcome the praise group, Close Harmony.
All women are very welcome to join us for what promises to be a wonderful evening.
For more information please contact Linda Murray.
We arrived in Glasgow last night about 7pm after a 19 hour journey. We were all very tired but happy to be welcomed by family and friends at the airport. Lindsey’s children even had a banner!!
The entire trip was such a fantastic experience. There was great team spirit and we were all kept safe and healthy in the very different environment and culture.
We carried out 14 separate clinics and saw approximately 1000 people in total. Many people were so grateful for relief from pain and treatment that they would, otherwise, have found almost impossible to get. The nurses who worked with us were invaluable and we were so sad when we had to say goodbye to them. They became our friends.
The Youth conference was dynamic and eventful and it was a blessing to see young people respond to the preaching and witness over 70 of them baptised in the Krishna River.
We have all grown and learned so much from the Indian people we met. Emmanuel and Dee Rebba and their family are an absolute inspiration and example to us all. We will never forget the last 2 weeks!!
The work continues and we should continue to pray for it!!
Yesterday was a great day as we worshipped in the Repalle church with the local congregation. The church was packed full! The U.K. and USA team even sang a song!! The women all wore beautiful saris and, for once, added to the vibrant colours of India.
In the afternoon we returned to the Krishna River where about 20 more people were baptised.
In the evening, we joined in with the girls’ devotions and Jason and Gordon did an entertaining talk about trust. The girls loved it!!
Today we visited Pedalanka CDC and did a clinic for over 60 children. We ate curry from banana leaves before participating in a gospel meeting for the local villagers.
There are so many experiences in one day here. The people are tireless, committed and an example to us all!!
Pray for us as we do one more clinic tomorrow in the orphanage for the college boys and begin to pack up equipment. We are already tearful at the thought of leaving some of the children and young people we have connected with….especially the nurses we work with every day!!
There is a replacement speaker at Women’s Fellowship on Tuesday 19 January.
Graham Steven, Fundraising and Marketing Manager at Glasgow City Mission, will be our guest and will talk about the work of the organisation.
We will be collecting men’s toiletries for the mission so if you’d like to contribute, please bring some along with you.
For more information, please contact Linda Murray.