Come along for an action packed Messy Church afternoon of fun, crafts, lego, Bible Story and songs which are suitable for families with pre and primary school aged children. Then enjoy a family tea with delicious home baking. Please bring another family along!

Experience the Big Picture of the bible in 5 fun sessions

Read the bible with fresh understanding and greater enthusiasm

Be able to tell a friend the whole story line of the Old Testament


Arrive from 9.30am.  Tea/coffee provided – please bring a packed lunch.

Tickets £14.00 (event is free for children aged 11-16 if accompanied with an adult)

Please contact NMBC Office



Saturday, 22nd February 9.30am-4.30pm.

Keynote Speaker Elaine Duncan. Interview with Dr Steve Holmes with a performance by Fiona Stewart.  Breakout sessions and worship from Fiona Crow & Connect Church Paisley.

£30 early bird ticket (until 27th Jan – £35 thereafter) includes lunch and light refreshments   Book online –

Health Walk Wednesdays at 10am. Meet outside NMBC.

NMBC is hosting a weekly Health Walk – please meet at 10am outside NMBC. 

This will be a gentle stroll along the path between St Cadocs and Eastwood school with the option for coffee and chat at the Oasis Cafe afterwards. The walk is for anyone looking for some gentle exercise, to meet new people and enjoy the outdoors.

Its a new group and the walks can be adapted to suit the needs of the group, if necessary offering a shorter walk ( nearer 15 – 30 minutes ) and a longer walk ( nearer 45-60 minutes). If you are recovering from an illness and building up fitness the shorter walk might be a good option.

The walk is one of many Health Walks run by the East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership led by qualified volunteer walk leaders.

For further information about this Health Walk contact Doug Adams at NMBC, who is one of the leaders of the walk. The walk is free, no booking is necessary and you can just turn up on the day.

For further information about other Health Walks in East Renfrewshire follow this link:


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