Latest News

COVID-19 Information

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 | Tags: ,

With great regret, we have to announce that with immediate effect and until further notice, all worship services and groups associated with our church and buildings are suspended – this is in line with the instructions coming from both Westminster and Holyrood and, in our case, from the Church of Scotland.

Who would have thought such a day would come and yet protecting vulnerable people must be the absolute priority.

We will continue to do three things as best as we are able:

  1. Each Sunday morning at 11am we will stream a short service of prayers and readings and reflection. We might not be able to gather but we will continue to worship.
  2. We will offer such practical and pastoral support as we are able, especially to the most vulnerable, though by definition this will be limited by the requirements of ‘social distancing.’ We might not be able to gather but we will continue to care.
  3. We will continue to pray for our community and country and wider world and, again, especially for those who are most vulnerable in these days. We might not be able to gather but we will continue to pray.

Follow us on Facebook or check this page regularly for up-to-date information regarding this situation.

May God be with you all.

Martin (Minister)  &  Joan (Session Clerk)

With a smile!

Sunday, March 19th, 2017 | Tags: ,

Of course there are times when we cannot be anything other than sombre – not least in worship, when we consider the state of our world and our own shortcomings. But these moments will be far exceeded when we will worship with smiles on our faces!! How can we keep from smiling when we consider all that God has done for us – the many ways in which we are blessed. Why not take a moment to give thanks to day – to count your blessings.

25 Years and Counting!

Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 | Tags:

What a wonderful weekend of celebration we’ve enjoyed as together we gave thanks for the twenty-five years of having Martin and Elaine leading our congregation! A dinner for office-bearers on Friday night was followed by a drop-in coffee afternoon on Saturday. The climax of the weekend was the morning worship, led by John Chalmers. At the end of the service, time was taken for expressions of gratitude which Martin concluded by reminding us that, when all else is said and done, the glory and thanks is due to God alone.

And now? Onwards, ever onwards!