Cadder Parish Church, Bishopbriggs. Photo by David Cairns

Welcome!....

…..and thank you for your interest in our website.

Cadder Church is part of the Church of Scotland. We have a long history but while we value our heritage, we are even more interested in facing up to the challenges of serving God today and tomorrow.

We have the privilege of worshipping in a lovely building in an amazingly peaceful location beside the Forth and Clyde Canal, surrounded by beautifully carved wood and high quality stained glass.

We also have the privilege and responsibility of serving God within the busy community of Bishopbriggs, of showing his love and goodness by caring for our neighbours in partnership with other churches. The panel on the left will tell you some of the stories of how we seek to do that.

Excerpts from our monthly Cadder Gazette can be found on the site.

We value our website visitors but if you live anywhere near or are visiting the area, please come and see us in person.

Thank you again for visiting our site. Explore and enjoy!

Rev John MacGregor

Following morning worship on 4 December the congregation at Cadder voted to elect the Rev John MacGregor to fill the current vacancy. The votes cast were:

FOR - 179
AGAINST - 1

We are now awaiting the formal acceptance from Mr MacGregor.

Details of the Induction Service will be announced in due course.

Ian Watt
Session Clerk

Bible Studies

Martin Forrest will lead our Bible Studies this year on Tuesdays 15th, 22nd and 29th November. The subject will be A Spirituality for the Second Half of Life. As both the North and South Halls are fully booked, these will be held at 93 Stirling Drive at 7:30pm. Everyone (not just those in the second half of life!) is welcome. I am sure that Martin will provide us all with much food for thought.

New to You Sale

The Social Committee wishes to thank all those who helped and supported the New to You Sale in the South Hall on Saturday 5th November.

Kenmure Ramblers in Glen Ogle

Here are a couple of photos taken by Margaret Burniston during Kenmure Ramblers' walk on the Glen Ogle Trail on Saturday 29th October.

Taken while we could all stand upright.
It got horrendously boggy on the way back and we were almost on our knees by the end!!

Prizewinners

The Eco Team Photographic Competition prizewinners were announced at the Morning Service on Sunday 2nd October 2016.

Louise McCracken, Hilda Morrison (representing her husband, Alan) and Neil Young after the presentation of their certificates.

Girls' Brigade Commission

Eleanor Morley was commissioned as an officer in the Girls' Brigade at Renfield St Stephen's Church on the evening of Sunday 2nd October 2016.

Eleanor with Louise Beattie, Captain of the 92nd Company of the Girls' Brigade.

Nominating Committee Appointed

On Sunday, 31 January 2016, the following people were elected at the congregational meeting to serve on the Nominating Committee:

Beth Crompton; Gillian Crompton; Tracy Gibson; Elspeth Kerr; Dianne Kurth; Bill McInnes; Fraser MacKenzie; Gillian Melvin; George Redpath; Shona Smart, and Ian Watt.

In addition, two representative from the Parish Group have joined the Committee: George McMillan (Springfield Cambridge) and Jim McVean (Colston Wellpark). At the first meeting of the Committee held on 2 February 2016, Dianne Kurth was appointed as Convener and Gillian Crompton as Clerk.

Please pray for their guidance and success as the Committee begins the process of finding a new minister for Cadder. Its deliberations are, of course, confidential so please don't expect any of the members to give you any details about the work of the Committee. In due course, the name of the person they are bringing forward as the recommended nominee will be notified to the congregation.