St Lucy's, Cumbernauld

St Lucy's, Cumbernauld

Denomination: Roman Catholic
Address: Hornbeam Road, Cumbernauld, G67 4NG
Local Authority: North Lanarkshire

Church Overview

The parish was founded in 1973 to serve the satellite housing estate of Abronhill and the church building opened on 28th October 1976. The parish celebrates its Feast Day on 13th December each year, which is the feast day of St. Lucy, who is the patron saint for those who are blind or suffering from ailments of the eye.The church is a simple box structure with the hall attached. the appearance of the outside has been improved with the removal of the an exterior porch and the erection of suitable signage. The interior is made warm and welcoming with wooden pews and light from clerestory windows. There has been considerable upgrading in recent years especially to the parish hall and an expansion of the community use of the hall.


Saturday Vigil 6.00 pm; Sunday Family Mass 11.00 am

Opening Arrangements

Open daily 8.30am – 10.30am and by arrangement

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St Lucy's, Cumbernauld


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