Welcome to Dalziel St Andrew’s Parish Church. We are a Church of Scotland congregation in the heart of Motherwell seeking to work for the Glory of God. Whether you are living, working or visiting Motherwell we welcome you.
Our next Messy Church takes place on Sunday 15th January at 3.30pm. For more information and to register please click here.
The arrangements of the different services and events taking place as we lead up to Christmas is as follows.
The Nativity “Och Aye the News” – Sunday 18th December at 11am
All age family Christmas Eve Service – Saturday 24th December at 6.30pm
Watchnight Service – Saturday 24th December at 11.30pm
Christmas Day Worship Service – 25th December at 11am
Messy Church – Sunday 15th January at 3.30pm
Our Annual Christmas Fayre takes place on Saturday 3rd December at 11am in the Large hall. Please come along and enjoy the different stalls, team room and Santa’s Grotto.
Boys’ Brigade 133rd Anniversary
On Tuesday 4th October the Boys’ Brigade movement celebrated it’s 133rd Anniversary and, as chaplain for the BB in Scotland, Derek was asked to lead the daily service in St. Giles cathedral to mark this.
He was also joined afterwards by Matthew Turnbull and Barry Williams from our BB company to lay flowers at the memorial for the Boys’ Brigade founder, Sir William Alexander Smith. There were also representatives from the Boys’ Brigade nationally and also from the Boys’ Brigade in Hong Kong. Below are a few photos from the day.
Goodbye to Stuart and Ruth
During our service of worship on Sunday 25 September we said farewell to Stuart Love, our assistant minister, and his wife Ruth as they take up charge at Clincarthill Parish Church in Glasgow. We wish them both well on this next step in their journey and pray God’s blessing upon them.
They received some gifts from the congregation and some of the organisations they have been involved with during their time with us. In this photo they are pictured with a piece of one of the old pews from Dalziel St. Andrew’s which has been adapted with some words for them.