We are now able to meet together again in the building for our Sunday morning services.

There is no need to reserve your place, however as we need to keep a record of everyone in the building it would be helpful to let us know it advance by calling our session clerk, Stanley Cook on 01698 747144 – but, if you just turn up we’ll take your details when you arrive.

For those at home, we will still stream the services live on YouTube/Watch Live – so do join us online if you aren’t able to make it to the building.

Below you will find our latest updates about the COVID-19 Pandemic, please read them for the current information and guidance.

Covid safety measures at Bellshill Central Parish Church

We are acutely aware that there is more news emerging about the Covid 19 Omicron varient and this is becoming more concerning. We wanted to remind those attending church of the basic rules we have in place to ensure we keep each other safe. It is advised by the Scottish Government that we should take…

Booking for church

If you haven’t already indicated your attendance for Sunday 19th September can you please email before Saturday evening. Jane is looking after the Test & Protect this week. Whilst we call this “booking” we don’t have to worry about having enough seats! This booking is to simply let us know you’re coming so we…

Church re-opening Sunday 5th September 2021

Welcome to our first in-person Worship Service since March 2020.  It’s great to finally see you in the pews again. Since we last met together 540 days, or 1 year, 5 months, 22 days, or 77 Sundays have passed! Please watch a short video with the Aitkens about how church might look when you come…


On 23 March at 7pm light a candle to remember. 23 March will be a year since the UK entered the first lockdown. By the time of that anniversary over 100,000 people will have died of Covid related causes with thousands more from other causes, all of whose funerals have taken place in very restricted…

Kirk continues weekly prayer initiative this Sunday (28th February)

This Sunday (28 February), as Scotland’s lockdown easing plan has been newly published, Christians across the country – and further afield – will once again join together in prayer and reflection at 7pm in response to the pandemic. As with previous weeks during lockdown, 15 Christian churches and organisations across the country, including the Church…


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