Worship is the most important thing we do as a church. We gather every week and on other special occasions to celebrate who God is and what God has done and is doing in our lives today. Worship is something we do together by singing, praying, listening, giving and speaking. If you’ve never been to worship, or if it’s been a long time, it may seem confusing and even a bit strange. That’s ok, no one is here to judge and if you’d rather just sit and take it all in, that’s fine too. Questions are most welcome.
Don’t worry about what to wear. Some people wear suits or nice dresses, while others wear their favourite blue jeans and hoodies. What you wear is less important than just being there, so just wear what you like best.
Children are very welcome in worship. There is a special children’s message at the beginning of each service, after which children have the option of going to the creche, Sunday school or youth group, or they can stay with mum and dad for the whole service.
Our 10:45 service is a traditional service held in the main sanctuary. We sing and read the bible and pray together. There is also a sermon to help explain the meaning of the bible verse we read. If you’ve ever been to a Church of Scotland before, you’ll recognise this style of worship and may find it very comforting and familiar.
Alternately, on the first Sunday of the month at 10:45 we hold our Rock and Roll service in the church hall. This is a more informal service and is designed to be “kid friendly” with upbeat singing led by our own worship band. If you like pop songs, you’ll find the music easy to sing. After worship we share a breakfast of rolls and sausages, cereal, juice, coffee and tea.