Regular Events

Times of services in each church are as follows:

Kiltarlity Church

Morning Worship:
11.30 am on Sundays

Communion:
First Sunday of March and September

Kirkhill Church

Morning Worship:
10 am on Sundays

Communion:
Second Sunday of May and Third Sunday in November

 

Third Sunday Praise

On the Third Sunday of each month we have an evening service starting at 6pm in Wardlaw Church – an informal gathering for all who want to:

  • Go deeper with God in worship
  • Hear Him speak to us through His Word
  • Experience His love and presence through the power of the Holy Spirit
  • Receive healing and encouragement
  • Enjoy fellowship over tea coffee, and home baking.

Our aim is for everyone to feel welcomed, regardless of church background, or whether you have faith, a little faith or none.

Why not give it a try?

Contacts:

Rev Jonathan Humphrey – 831247
Alasdair Morrison – 831185

Prayer

Prayer is the spiritual engine house of our lives.  Paul encourages us to “Always be joyful and Never stop praying! (1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18) and to “Pray in the Spirit at all times and on every occasion (Ephesians 6: 18). So we encourage everyone to live a life of prayer; to pray at work, alone at home, and together when we meet. Our weekly prayer meeting is on Wednesday nights at 7pm alternating between Kiltarlity Church and Wardlaw Church monthly. Prayers are both free and fixed, spoken out loud or silently offered to the Lord. There is also a short time of prayer before our services on Sunday morning at Wardlaw Church.

Everyone  is most welcome to join us during these times of prayer on Wednesday evening and Sunday morning.

Tuesday Coffee/Tea and Home Baking

This event happens every Tuesday between 10 am and 12 noon in Wardlaw Church, Kirkhill. You are more than welcome to come along and bring your neighbours and friends. There is no fixed charge for the refreshments, but a donation towards the cost will be most welcome. The Church sanctuary will also be open during this time for anyone who wishes to have some “private time” for prayer and thought.