Bellshill Central Parish Church at 346 Main Street continues to be physically closed to all in person face to face meetings, including Sunday morning worship
However, we are continuing to be the church locally in the community of Bellshill and Mossend by being active online, with Kevin’s continuing pastoral work and being a family of faith. Our groups and church members are in daily contact with each other.
How are we doing this?
- Our website at www.bellshillcentral.church is continually updated and refreshed. Have a look. Services and other outreach online is available here.
- WhatsApp groups for our church family and most vulnerable folks. Our church chat of 50+members keep upto date, sharing important news, moments of humour and prayers. There are also separate WhatsApp groups for our choir and guild.
- Online worship is our main focus, with sunday worship online at 10.45am and midweek Young church on Wednesday at 12noon. These have growing “viewer” numbers each week reaching out beyond our building in ways we’d never have imagined. www.bellshillcentral.church/watch-live
- Organist Entertains provided by our own organist and maestro, Alan Mathew. Now ready for the 45th instalment which is available tonight (Wednesday) at 8pm. Tonight’s episode has dual cameras so you can see the maestros hands and feet! To date we have surpassed 24,000 views! www.bellshillcentral.church/organist-entertains
Looking forward into the New Year, our existing activities will continue online and we hope that you can join us when you can. That’s the wonder of online church, you can worship where and when you are able.
Our choir is having fun with a virtual choir setting. We’ve already produced item #1. We are aiming to produce one item per month to see how it progresses. Its not as fun as real choir but its keeping us singing the only waybwe are allowed! This months songs are We are marching in the light of God and God be in my head.
Updated this week…… The virtual prayer walk around the town of Bellshill continues. We will choose three streets and ask you to pray and remember all who live and work there. Look up #bellshillprayerwalk on Facebook and Twitter to follow our journey. The prayer walk will be available on the website also. This week’s streets to pray for are Adamson Street, Russell Street and Mcpherson Street.
If you need the help and support of the church in Bellshill then pleae get in touch. Rev Kevin de Beer can be contacted viw the website https://bellshillcentral.church/contact/, via email email@example.com or by phone 01698 841176.
Our prayer ribbons are still fluttering in the wind outside the church on the church fence. These are a visible display of our prayers for ourselves, our town and community, the world. Please add a ribbon to show us you have prayed.