Girls’ Brigade

  • Brigader hands making a gingerbread house

  • Feeding a goat at Blair Drummond

  • Juniors taking juice on company night

  • Girls' Brigade March

Meeting on Wednesday evenings, all sections of the company enjoy making crafts, playing games, hearing Bible stories, going on outings, having parties, as well as learning of social issues and making new friends. All this is to fulfil the aim of the Girls’ Brigade international family, which is to help girls become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ and through self-control, reverence and a sense of responsibility, to find true enrichment of life. Members are drawn from every Christian denomination and some have no church connection other than their membership of Girls’ Brigade but all are encouraged to attend a church group of their families’ choice on a Sunday.

Explorers (P1, 2, 3) meet from 6.30pm to 7.30pm in the Kirk Hall. They are recognisable by their white poloshirts, red sweatshirts and boundless energy and enthusiasm.

Juniors (P4, 5, 6 & 7) meet from 6.30pm to 8.00pm starting in the Cellar. They wear royal blue sweatshirts with their white poloshirts.

Brigaders(S1 - S6) meet from 8.00pm to 9.30pm starting in the Adam Room. Uniform is Purple sweatshirts and White Polo shirts.

 For more information contact Captain Clare at

All our activities are only possible because of the time and effort given by the company’s officers and helpers, all of whom have fully complied with the organisation’s Child Protection requirements. So much more could be offered if we had more staff to share the work.

Could you give some time to promote the aim of the Girls’ Brigade?

Experience of the organisation is not necessary. Contact the Captain, Clare McLay, with any queries.