About us

Here at Bellshill Central, you will find a warm welcome from committed Christian people who are serious about their faith journey but also enjoy having a good time. You will find passionate worship, which seeks to incorporate both the traditional and the new, and preaching that tries hard to make the Scripture message relevant to our daily living. If you want a Church that will honour your journey of faith and challenge you to go deeper into your relationship with Jesus Christ, then this is the place for you, and we are delighted to welcome you. Let no one feel a stranger in this place!

We meet at various time throughout the week, but central to our activities is Sunday worship held each week at 11:00am, to which all are welcome.

Bellshill Central Parish Church was formed in March 2014 when the former Macdonald Memorial and Orbiston Parish Churches were united as one.

Macdonald Memorial History – click here
Orbiston History – click here

Church of Scotland Parish Statistics

Part of the outreach of the former Orbiston Parish Church is the Orbiston Neighbourhood Centre which provides a community focus for adults and young people.

Our members are actively involved in the day to day activities and planning, and the Centre forms an integral part of our parish.

We support our local Bellshill Food Bank and encourage our members and friends to support and contribute when they themselves are able.

Please note that the Bellshill Community Food Bank which was located at E.U Church Bellshill is now closed.

Communities together can assist with Food parcels etc and can be contacted via their website


About Bellshill…

The popular town of Bellshill and its excellent Main Street offer a wealth of shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and every day shopping needs. The location is very attractive to families with popular schooling in the area including the nearby Cardinal Newman and Bellshill Academy High Schools. The area benefits from an array of leisure facilities including gyms, swimming and sports complexes, bowling clubs, a number of children’s play areas, nature walks and the nearby Bellshill golf course. Bellshill also benefits from its very own train station which provides a regular service to Glasgow and Edinburgh City Centres as well as connecting throughout the rest of the UK.