The funeral services for the late Joe Gove will take place on Wednesday 20th November.
Committal will take place at 2.30pm within Holytown Crematorium
A Service of thanksgiving will take place at 3.30pm within Bellshill Central Parish Church, 346 Main Street, Bellshill, ML4 1BA.
We would ask you to hold in prayer the family at this difficult time. All who wish to pay their respects are welcome to attend.
John 14:1-3 “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am.”
Come and celebrate Christmas here at the centre of Bellshill at Bellshill Central Parish Church – we have so much planned and we would love to welcome YOU and your FAMILY along to as many of our exciting events that you can manage to.
Afternoon tea tickets available from Sunday 17th November.
Central to CHRIST – Central to YOU – Central to BELLSHILL
This weekend, more than 120 Scottish landmarks will be glowing red in support of the Scottish Poppy Appeal – with more and more joining the national campaign each day. Buildings large and small – from globally iconic castles to locally loved churches and schools – will ‘Light Up Red’ for Poppyscotland in a wonderfully modern display Remembrance.
BELLSHILL CENTRAL PARISH CHURCH TAKES PART FROM FRIDAY 8TH TO MONDAY 11TH EACH NIGHT. DID YOU SPOT US AS YOU WALKED PAST? IF YOU TOOK A PICTURE PLEASE SHARE IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA. DETAILS BELOW
Check out our interactive map below for more information on each location, including timings lighting up. This year we have castles, cathedrals, museums, bridges, racecourses, schools, churches, hotels, cranes, lighthouses, fountains, ships… and even a telephone box! Please share photos on social media by tagging us in @Poppyscotland and using #LightUpRed #ScottishPoppyAppeal and #BehindThemAlways.
Time to Remember Service is a new service for us here at Central. It aims to offer a quiet, contemplative space and environment for those who may be recently bereaved or needing time to pray for a particularly difficult situation. Please invite anyone you feel might benefit along, on Sunday 3rd November at 6.30pm, here in the church.
An opportunity to come and remember your loved ones who have died, hear their names read out and to light a candle.
Remember a time or difficult situation.
If you would like to attend and wish a loved one’s name read out please email us on email@example.com or phone 01698 841176
The Big Sing (Hymns Old & New) takes place on Sunday 27th October at 6.30pm in the Church with organist Alan Mathew, Presenter Hugh Ainsley and the augmented Bellshill Central Choir. We are raising funds for Project Gambia: People Feeding People. We invite everyone to come along and be part of this evening of wonderful singing. Hymns include: old favourites – I will sing the wondrous story, O for a thousand tongues, And can it be, Who is on the Lord’s side, Guide me o thou great Jehovah and I to the hills will lift mine eyes; and more contemporary songs – Be still, Sing of the Lord’s goodness, See what a morning, The Lord’s my shepherd I’ll not want and In Christ Alone.
About our Charity – Project Gambia: People Feeding People is a Scottish Charity which functions to support St. John’s School for the Deaf in Serrekunda, in the West African state of The Gambia. They now also support St. Patrick’s Lower Basic School and St. Joseph’s Nursery School in The Gambia. The Gambia is one of Africa’s poorest countries, ranking 173rd out of 188 countries in the U.N. Development Programme’s 2016 Statistics for Human Development.