Life of Jesus is a six-session course with a DVD filmed on location in Israel which explores the world of Jesus of Nazareth. Why did this figure from history have such a powerful impact on our culture, ethics and philosophy? Questions such as, “did Jesus really exist?” “can we trust his teachings?” and “does this really matter?” are all addressed.
We meet in the west lounge of the Old Kirk on Wednesday evenings 7.30-9pm beginning 3 September
Click here for details – Contact Douglas by email or 01506 204585 to sign up or just enquire
Our New Study commences Wed 3 & Fri 5 September at the following times:
Wednesdays at 7.30-9pm at 10 Dundas Street or
Alternate Fridays at 1.30-3pm at 7 Panbrae Road
(please check the events calendar)
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We meet for Breakfast and Praise on the first Saturday of each month (Psalm 133:1)
next meeting Sat 6 September 9-10am
with Graham Brown of Christians Against Poverty
Email Paul to let him know if you will be joining us
We next meet for prayer
8pm on Thursday 4 September at 10 Dundas Street
All are welcome – please do come and join us. (Matt 18:20)
Tuesday 9 September:
The Congregational Board will meet at 7.30pm
The Kirk Session will meet at 8pm.
Sunday 14 September:
Worship will be conducted by Alistair Horne.
Anchor Boys for boys aged 6 to 8 - Thursdays 6.15 to 7.15pm
Junior Section for boys aged 8 to 11 - Thursdays 7.30 to 9pm
Company Section for boys 11 to 18 - Thursdays 7.30 till 9.30pm
If you wish any further information about our BB Company, or know of any boy who wants to join us, come down to the Church Hall on the respective night, or contact our Company Captain: Mr. John Hendry 01506 510121
Just for the ladies …
we will meet for an hour in the church hall where we will share in some coffee and chat
Saturday 20 September 9.30am to 10.30am
An informal, user friendly evening for people who have been bereaved and who feel they could benefit from some on-going support.
We meet in the comfort of the church lounge (enter by the East Door off Church Road) where tea, coffee and home baking are available throughout the evening.
We meet 1~3pm in the church hall and children from birth to 3 years are welcomed with their parents or guardians.