Weekly notices from Central


Sunday’s service on 12th November at Bellshill Central is at 11.30am led by Rev Kevin de Beer – please note the later time.  This is our annual remembrance service.  Please gather for the town service at 10.40am at the cenotaph outside Bellshill Academy before our church service. The choir will sing at the 11.30am service a special anthem called “For the Fallen” using the text by Laurence Bynon.   If you want a Church that is Central to Christ, Central to you and Central to Bellshill then look no further. We would be delighted to welcome you. Let us build a house where all can dwell – All are welcome in this place!     We invite everyone through the Hall after the service for 1st Sunday teas and coffee.   

A special day of Prayer – takes place on Saturday 25th November at Bellshill Central between 11am and 12noon, led by our minister the Rev Kevin de Beer.   All are welcome to come along and participate, as we pray for the world, ourselves and situations that concern us.  There are two services one at 11am and one at 11.30am.

Please visit our new Prayer page on our website– there is an online prayer request form which will send your prayer direct to our minister, Rev Kevin. 

Our prayer book continues to be available in the main vestibule of the church.   We offer prayer for those asking for specific people and circumstances each week during worship.  We are a Parish Church and are here for you in times of joy and sadness. Our minister, Rev Kevin de Beer, is available to the local community to offer spiritual support or to simply offer prayer.  If there is something that you think your local church could be doing to offer services and/or support to our local community please get in touch via the Minister, Session Clerk, Facebook or website – Our church email address isbellshillcentral@gmail.com

word on wednesdayOur minister, Revd Kevin December Beer, continues in his weekly live “Word on Wednesday” via Facebook. These involve a short 5-10 minute reflection, bible passage and prayer. We’d encourage you to look us up (Kevin De Beer and Bellshill Central Parish Church) to keep up to date. Kevin launched his “First Steps” book. Please look this up on Amazon, or contact Kevin for a copy as we hope to spread the Gospel message that little bit further in Bellshill and Mossend. Look up the hashtag #wordonwednesday

In preparation for our annual Christmas Afternoon Tea, taking place on 2nd December, we have asked for donations of boxes of biscuits, shortbread, chocolates and there is a barrel at the front of the church each week for anyone dropping items off.   More details of the Afternoon tea and the Shoppers Carol service to follow.

All sections of Bellshill Central’s Girl Guiding units have started back with places available for girls in all sections.

  • Rainbows meet on Tuesdays at 6pm aged 5-7yrs
  • Brownies meet on Thursdays at 6.15pm aged 7-10yrs
  • Guides meet on Thursdays at 7.45pm aged 10yrs plus

The Rainbow unit currently has no places available for new girls, but please visit the Rainbows website to be placed on the waiting list or to find out about other local units. 


  • Church choir meets this Friday 10th November at 7.30pm. 
  • Carpet bowls also meet this evening (Wednesday) at 7.00pm in the church hall.  Good fun, jokes, tea and occasional bowls take place.  All are welcome!
  • The church guild meets next on Monday at 1.30pm – all welcome.  
  • The probus club meets in our church hall on Wednesday afternoons at 1pm. All welcomed to come along. Speak with Mr Conquer when you come along. 
  • The Friday night club meets weekly until Christmas, on Fridays at 7.00pm in the church hall. This is a family club for all ages, taking in loads of different crafts like card making, knitting, cross stitch, painting and lots more, we also play Table Tennis and drink tea. Come and join us. We are looking at making lots of craft items for the festive season – so many hands make light work! Drew and Jane Aitken are the guys in charge. Message us on Facebook to say you’re coming and we’ll look out for you.
  • Young Church meets in the church for the start of the service (11am) when we take part in the first section of the service, after which we go through to the Church Hall for activities, learning and discussion. At Bellshill Central we firmly believe in giving our children and young folks a good start, so we warmly invite and actively encourage you to bring your kids and young folks along – learning together on a journey.
  • Music Movers and Shakers meet in the church hall on Wednesdays from 10am-12pm.
  • Saturday’s between 10am-1pm, we have the Crazy Toes School of dance using our premises. Please visit our website (Regular activities page) for details and links. The groups would welcome your support.



Sunday 12th November our Sunday service is at 11.30am for Remembrance Sunday.    The town act of remembrance takes place at the war memorial beforehand.   All invited back to Bellshill Central after the act of remembrance for our morning service and wreath laying ceremony.   (Please note the later time).

Sunday 26th November at 11am – Guild led Service, celebrating the Guild projects and also Christ the King Sunday.

Tuesday 28th November 7.30pm – Board and Session meetings

Saturday 2nd December 12.00pm – the Annual Shoppers Carol Service with activities for Children. Then at 1.00pm our Afternoon Christmas Teas with entertainment.   Tickets for Afternoon tea available soon. 

Our hall and facilities are available at other times during the week and are available to be hired for one-off occasions or longer term lets. Please get in touch with us if you need a space to hire. We have now installed Wi-Fi which means we can offer facilities for online events taking place in the church and halls.

CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE ACTIVITIES– our website at www.bellshillcentral.wordpress.comwww.facebook.com/bellshillcentralchurch and our YouTube channel. You can find our more information on Sunday Services, Weekly activities and catch up with our services from our uploaded videos. We are LIVE on the internet most Sunday mornings, and occasionally with other events we hold. These are usually streamed via YouTube, and links are available from our Facebook and Website addresses. 

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