Our main worship service takes place this Sunday at 10.45am. kidZone, teenZone and a creche are available for any young people with refreshments served in the church after the service. More information can be found here.
This week we’re pleased to welcome Dr Stuart McDonald, Moderator of Falkirk Presbytery, who will be leading worship.
Our informal half-hour service takes place every Thursday at 10.30am followed by fellowship and refreshments in the church hall. More information can be found here.
If you, or anyone you know, are in need of Pastoral Care then please contact Amanda.
Our Summer Holiday Club takes place from Monday 23 to Friday 27 July followed by our celebration BBQ extravaganza on Sunday 29 July
More information (including the opening date for online bookings) will be announced soon. But while we’re keeping our plans under wraps for now, we guarantee another packed week of noise, music, mess and mayhem!
With over 120 children in 2017, we anticipate that demand for places will again be high so keep checking our website and Facebook pages for all the latest information. In the meantime, check out our Holiday Club page for more details and have a look at the video below for a taster of what we got up to last year!
Though its a while yet until Holiday Club 2018, kidZone takes place every Sunday in the Old Kirk at 10.45am. There’s loads of music, crafts and special events including Movie Nights so come give it a try!
Our young adult group, teenZone is also available for anyone in Secondary School and includes opportunities to get involved in our multimedia and Holiday Club preparations. Our Youth Group for S1+ also meets every Sunday evening.
Men of Faith is our fellowship group open to males from any denomination across Bo’ness and the wider area. We meet on the 1st Saturday of every month at 9am to enjoy a hearty breakfast followed by praise and a short talk.
We next meet for breakfast and praise on Saturday 3 March at 9am.
We have a great bunch of regulars from various denominations, church backgrounds or neither and our invitation remains open to everyone. So if you fancy something different to start your weekend (or don’t have anything in for breakfast!) then come give us a visit.
Do you have any old clothing that you’re looking to get rid of? Then don’t throw them in the bin, bring them to Church instead!
We now have a Rag Bag Collection point outside the church office for any textile items that you wish to recycle. Items must be bagged and can include clothing, paired shoes, bags and belts. For each kilo donated, the Old Kirk will receive 40p which will go towards church funds.