Not Just a Sunday
You may find that Sunday is a busy day for you and you are not able to worship with us on that day. That doesn't mean that nothing else is happening all through the week. There's lots on, so have a look at our website. Monday nights are Guild nights. House groups are on throughout the week, or why not come along on a Tuesday to our Bad Girls of the Bible evening. Or perhaps prayer is your thing?
Well why not come along to our Wednesday Prayer group or to Time of Stillness on a Thursday, to listen to prayer, music and readings in the beauty of our church. If Saturday morning isn't too busy then join us for bible@breakfast or Understanding Today. Great discussion and breakfast are on offer. Are you a singer? Then come and join us for our choir rehearsals on a Thursday evening, come even if you haven't sung for years! You don't need to be able to come every Sunday. Some of our singers only manage to join us twice a year.
We've got a Book Club and Knitting Club, a prayer shawl and quilt group too. Just fancy a coffee and a chat, then come along on a Thursday morning. There really is a lot you can join in with. And if you are home with young children on a Thursday or a Saturday, Seedlings and Messy church would love to get to know you.
A warm welcome awaits you. Further info for all of the above is just a click away.
A burning candle, beautiful music, simple poetic prayers and light shining through our beautiful stained glass washing St Katherine's aisle with vibrant colour. In this feast of senses you are welcome to join us and sit in... read more
A prayer meeting is held here at 12.30pm each Wednesday. Communion is celebrated on the first Wednesday of each month. Please come and join your prayers with the prayers of people all over the world.
Queen's Aisle Prayer... read more
The Church produces a Monthly Prayer Calendar which is available here
Together We Pray is a national prayer initiative, running from September 2017 to May 2018, calling the Church to join together in prayer. This year, the... read more
The Kirk Knitting Club usually meets on the first Monday of each month in Cross House at 10.30 am. We have an hour of knitting, chatting and eating cake... perhaps not in that order! Often we just bring our own knitting or... read more
Caring for those living with memory loss and their carers.
In our Kirk Hall on the second Thursday of each month from 12.30pm join us for a light lunch and then an hour of singing for memory. All welcome. No church connection... read more
This service for the bereaved is held once a year at the beginning of November. Music, prayers and readings with an opportunity to light a candle in memory of the one you love. The service is followed by teas and coffee. All... read more
The Bible at Breakfast meets bi-monthly in the Adam Room of Cross House for a first-rate Saturday morning breakfast followed by an interactive study of a Biblical text that speaks to our lives today, exploring questions and... read more
These prayers have been written by members of our congregation who have personal experience of the prayer they have written for. They have been written for others going through a similar experience. They are also available in... read more
Living through Grief.
Grief is a natural healing process, not an illness. The death of someone we love can be devastating and is the most painful and complex loss we are ever likely to experience. Sooner or later grief comes... read more
In Acts 20:28 Paul says,
"So keep watch over yourselves and over all the flock which the Holy Spirit has placed in your care. Be shepherds of the church of God which he has made his own through the sacrificial death of his... read more
Messy Church has a new look! Why not come along and see what we are up to. Just look out for our posters and banner to find out when we are on.
We run a Messy Church at Christmas and Easter, Summer, Autumn and Halloween and... read more
St Michael's Choir participates regularly in Sunday worship, leading the praise and singing anthems at the 11am Service.
Additionally we sing occasional concerts as well as events like “The Big Sing” for Alzheimer Scotland in... read more
Marriage is a big step on a lifelong journey that offers joy and challenges in equal measure. For this reason many people still choose to be married in the traditional way, in church with the blessing of God, family and... read more