Sunday worship on 18th December 2022 will be led by our Church Choir, readers and our minister the Revd Kevin de Beer at 11am in the Church at 346 Main Street. This is the 4th Sunday of Advent, our Christmas journey continues.
The choir will lead us in a service of well loved traditional Christmas Carols, with a variety of choir music interspersing the readings.
Our Sunday school/Young Church meets as usual.
The service will be live streamed for those not able to worship in person via our Facebook livestream www.facebook.com/bellshillchurch
Our Sunday School meets in the hall. They join us for the first bit of the service then continue their fun in the hall.
Each week you are invited to donate non perishable food stuffs for the Neighbourhood Centre. The box is located in the vestibule at the main entrance
CHRISTMAS MOVIE NIGHT.
This Friday at 7pm, we’re pleased to be showing the film Peter Pan (1924) on the big screen. Juice and popcorn included. Aaron Hawthorn will accompany on our mighty church organ. Tickets/entry £10/£5. All welcome for this fantastic movie. This is something suitable for all ages and families. Please do come along.
“Aaron is a freelance musician based in Lanarkshire, Scotland (UK) and has a Master of Arts (with Honours) degree from the University of Glasgow. Aaron frequently performs recitals, concerts and silent film accompaniments across the UK as well as in mainland Europe and the USA.
After starting his career as an organist in Motherwell Cathedral, Aaron went on to be the principal organist at St Bride’s Roman Catholic Church, Cambuslang for five years and after a family trip to the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool in his early teens, discovered his love for theatre/cinema organs.
Following his 2019 performance at the American Theatre Organ Society’s annual convention in Rochester, New York, Aaron received the ‘ultimate honour’ for a young organist by winning the international Young Theatre Organist competition, having won the UK title two years before. Only a few months later, Aaron was awarded the Ian Sutherland Award by the Cinema Organ Society, an award given “directly to a player who displays outstanding talent and promise as a theatre organist.” Aaron has been active as a committee member for the Cinema Organ Society and the Scottish Cinema Organ Trust.
Also acclaimed as a choral conductor, Aaron has conducted various ensembles, including a three-year reign with the University of Glasgow Chamber Choir. He spends a large proportion of his week working as an arts facilitator and practitioner for North Lanarkshire Arts, a role in which he works with community groups, including youth and adult choirs, dementia-friendly sessions and all-ability arts projects.”
WINTER CHRONICLE – is our church Magazine – and is available online and also paper copies at the church. Please visit https://bellshillcentral.church/downloads/ for the online version.
Wednesday – Bowls are now paused until January 2023;
7pm Church Choir
Thursdays 6pm Brownies
7:45pm The Guides
Sundays 10:45am Young Church and Creche
11am Sunday Worship
Monday 1.30pm The Guild
7:30pm Online Zoom Prayer Room
Tuesdays 6pm The Rainbows
7pm Heart and Sole (Weather permitting)
Christmas schedule 2022
Friday 16 Dec at 7pm, Silent Movie Night – Peter Pan, with international concert organist Aaron Hawthorn providing the music. Popcorn and refreshments available. Tickets/admission £10/£5
Sunday 18 Dec at 11am, 4th Sunday of Advent – Choir Carol Service
Saturday 24 Dec at 7pm, Christmas Eve Service
Sunday 25 Dec at 11am, Christmas Day Service
Sunday 1 Jan at 11am, New Year’s Day Service
Bellshill Central Parish Church is here for you. We are your church of Scotland presence in the town centre, Orbiston and Mossend areas.
Our minister Revd Kevin de Beer would be extremely pleased to hear from you if you are needing any support.