OUR MINISTRIES

 

 

Bible Study

 

The Bible Study Group is currently having a break.  Dates will be published soon for later in the year.  Meetings are held in The Manse and anyone wishing to join us for reading and discussing a different bible passage each week, singing hymns, praying and enjoying fellowship over a cup of tea or coffee will be made welcome.

Contact: Rev. Dr. Mel Griffiths on 01224 730159

YouthCafé

 

Every young person who is in school between P7 and S3 is welcome, after the easter break P6 are invited to come along and join us and if you are a little older than that but still want to be involved, why not come along and help out. 

            We meet on a Thursday night between 7pm and 9pm and follow the school term. On a regular night activities involve football, table tennis and pool although the children are free to do what they want, within reason. However the most talked about thing at Youth Café is most definatly the Tuck Shop, where you can buy a variety of child friendly snacks and drinks at a very reasonable price.

 

 

Guild

The Guild founded in 1887 years old has come a long way since Dr Archibald Chateris founded it to give the women of the Church of Scotland a voice and platform. The guild is a vibrant and dynamic movement which today, welcomes women and men to commit their lives to Jesus and enables them to express their faith in worship, prayer and action. Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month from September to April (excluding January). New members are always welcome.

Contact: Sheila Bisset (See Contacts)

Community Coffee

 

Community coffee mornings are held on the 1st 3rd and 5th Wednesday of every month from 10am till 11.30am between September and June. The next Coffee Morning will be held on the 5th September 2018 - Come and chat with old friends and make new friends, we look forward to welcoming you!
Fresh coffee or tea and homebakes £2.50


For more information or to arrange a lift, call Alison Stewart on 01224 861048

Elders

 

In the Church of Scotland the ruling body is the Kirk Session which is made up of Elders who are chosen from the congregation. There are 12 Elders at this time, many of whom cover a "district" and visit the members from time to time.

To find out more: 

http://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/about_us/how_we_are_organised

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