Morning Worship

Our main act of corporate worship is held each Sunday morning at 11.00am. Everyone is welcome to attend (it is not restricted to members!). The service itself follows a fairly traditional Church of Scotland pattern which includes hymn singing, prayers, bible readings, and a sermon (a talk which helps to explain a Bible text or Christian theme from the Bible).

It is also normal for children to be part of the service and then to leave after the first section to take part in child specific activities and learning (see Sunday School and Bible Class ).

There are a variety of special service which happen from time to time including:

Communion: This is a special activity where 'any who love the Lord' are invited to remember the meaning and impact of Jesus death on the cross. Bread and wine are used in as a 'sign and symbol' of Jesus and passed around the gathered congregation to eat and drink 'in remembrance of Him'.

Baptism: The Church of Scotland allows baptism for any age of person. For adults baptism is administered on profession of personal faith and commitment to Jesus. Infants and children are baptised on the request of Christian parents. If you would be interested in speaking to the minister about the possibility of baptism then please used the 'Contact Form' provided on the menu.

CD Ministry A copy of the morning service on audio CD can be provided on request. An online version is available via the audio menu option.

 


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