Our autumn series of fortnightly Bible studies continues on Thursday 27th November at 7.30 in the Lounge. We’ll meet until nearly 8.30, have a break, then share in prayer until 9pm. You’re welcome to come for study, or prayer, or for both.
We’ve been working hard over the past while to develop our website. It now looks better on mobile devices, has news more frequently on the front page and connects to the St Kentigern’s Facebook page. Why not have a look at www.stkentigern.org.uk?
Sometimes it’s all a bit disorganised, but life’s like that.
In the main, though, a week at St Kentigern’s looks like this:
The Morning Service at 10.30
Small groups meet for further chat or to consider an issue from 11.30 until about 12.30 from time to time.
Woman’s Hour – friendship for ladies at 7.30
Church Hub open 10.00 – 12.00
First Tuesday- midweek service on first Tuesday afternoon of the month at 2.00
Messy Church for parents, carers and preschool children with crafts, worship and friendship at 1.00
Administration: Kirk Session, Congregational Board, Presbytery, team meetings at 7.15
Coffee and Company from 2.00 for anyone who’s around
Church Hub open 10.00 – 12.00
Job Club 10.00 – 12.00
Girls’ Brigade from 6.00
Bible Study and prayer in members’ homes from 7.30
Pathfinders and Pathfinders+ from 6.00
Seminars, training and other events organised here, or by Presbytery, or other agencies.
We are an active, growing community of people who are learning to trust and follow Jesus Christ and we would love you to be involved with us directly in our meetings and activities or on-line.
Explore our website to find out more about us, find out how we can serve, and to get in touch.
We have a facility for anyone in our community to use. The Lounge is bright and modern, with fresh coffee and tea, free wifi, a Wii games console and offers you a place to chill, meet friends and hang out. There’s more information on the dedicated page.
Sundays are special.
Our present Sunday morning services mix traditional and contemporary worship with a range of musical styles, an orderly but relaxed approach to worship and a welcome for everyone.
We like to think our worship is relaxed but reverent, flexible but organised, and designed to promote worship through adoration and careful thinking. Although familiar, it’s also intended to be unsettling and challenging. We follow the historic Reformed pattern of focusing on preaching though we are also aware of the importance of sung praise and of praying. We generally don’t dress up much, though we admire those who do! Worship starts at 10:30, lasts an hour and there’s the opportunity for coffee and conversation right afterwards.
As well as worship, we use Sundays as times to get together, to think about faith, to pray and to consider how we might help one another better serve Christ’s kingdom. From time to time we welcome others from our community and other churches to shared services.
We also hold praise evenings or join with other congregations for worship from time to time. Have a look at our Services page for more details