The main time we get together for worship is at 11 am on a Sunday morning. Everyone’s welcome then, though we split up for Junior Church, Youth Church and ‘normal’ church during that hour together. Then we have a cup of tea and a chat.

We also get together at 2 pm on the First Tuesday Afternoon of nearly every month. The service is shorter (30 minutes), we don’t stand to sing, and the cakes are better than on most Sundays.

We join other Christian churches and fellowships on the last Sunday evening of most months for joint worship. On other Sunday evenings we organise praise evenings or invite special speakers along.

We hold other services for special occasions as we think there is a need.

We celebrate The Lord’s Supper (also called Holy Communion, or the Eucharist) on the first Sunday and Tuesday of October, February and June. We baptise people – of any age – usually on Sunday mornings at worship.

Members Leading Worship

These resources will help you gain confidence and expertise especially in preparing to lead the congregation in prayer. Use them and pass on others you’ve found so they can be added to the list.

Church of Scotland, Starters for Sunday
Dennis Bratcher, Public Prayers for Services of Worship
Bruce Prewer, Resources for Common Lectionary
Reformed Worship magazine Prayer Articles

These articles may help you think more about leading in prayer:
Max Lucado, Leading in Prayer
Thomas Pettinga, When you Pray