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A Warm Welcome


We are currently seeking applications for the position of minister within Hillhouse Parish Church. This is an unrestricted call and a copy of the parish profile is available here as a pdf download. Any further information can be requested by email from Mrs Jean McMillan We hope you enjoy the video below which is a snap shot of what we get up to on a Sunday morning. A full audio of the service can be heard if you click here.

Hillhouse is a church in the outskirts of Hamilton. We are a friendly, happy going congregation of hard working people and we look forward to welcoming you to our worship any Sunday at 10.45.

You will be guaranteed of a warm welcome and hopefully stimulating worship but please feel free to navigate through our website, see what we are up to and see what’s happening in Hillhouse and we look forward to welcoming you to the church in due course.

Harvest Thanksgiving

Our Harvest Thanksgiving service this year is on Sunday the 4th October. We would be very grateful to receive donations of foodstuffs on the day and they will be going to help the Hamilton Foodbank. We’ve been in contact and they have advised they are mainly short of the following:
Tins of Fruit
Tinned Tomatoes
Pasta Sauce
Rice Pudding
Instant Mash

Many thanks.

Sanctus Services

Once a month Hillhouse Parish Church joins with Blantyre Old Parish, Livingstone Memorial, St. Andrews Parish & Trinity Parish Church in a service of praise. This Sanctus Service is an upbeat, uplifting and joyous service and involves a lot of singing. Each service follows a theme and each church takes a turn as host. If you are interested in joining us and our fellow churches in these services you can find all the details for the coming months here.

 Jude’s Marathon Tales

As most of you know, I ran the Edinburgh marathon on May 31st this year and it was thanks to support from many of you that I was able to raise £3720.11 for a cause close to my heart. I was running to raise money to help my friend Lucy access medical treatment for her MS that isn’t available in the UK and I was ready to do whatever it took to help her get there! So what did I decide to do? I thought I’d run a marathon the year I turned 40!! Read more…

To find out more MS and its effects visit the MS Society website where you can also add a donation.

Statistics For Mission

This profile of selected Census data has been prepared by the Statistics for Mission Group of the Church of Scotland for use by Congregations, Presbyteries and Councils of the Church. To see the data for our parish please click here

Long Service Certificates

We presented 20 years long service certificates to four of our elders this morning. Many thanks to Bill Wishart for presenting them. From left to right: Gordon Kidd, Morag Spreckley, Bill Wishart, Violet Newberry and Iain MacLean. Grateful thanks to Jean McMillan for her photographic expertise.