Glorify the Lord with me; let us exalt His name together (Psalm 34.3).
The prayer time has recently been taking place over the phone between some of our faithful who pray for us, this was due to the Covid restrictions on gathering together. However, the prayer time is important for the church, important for us as individuals and important to building God’s Kingdom, so plans are being made for the future to start meeting again soon.
Contact | Anna | get in touch
In the Bible we are told to ‘grow in grace and knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ’ (2 Peter 3.18).
The Bible Study will start again soon, our gatherings to study God’s Word were postponed temporarily as we were sticking to the Covid guidelines. However, we still study the Bible and will get together again to do this soon. We will make this a priority because God’s Word means so much to us.
Contact | Morag | get in touch
The Sunday School, with fun and learning for 3 years and upwards meets every Sunday, except during July and August.
Contact | Jim | get in touch
The Zone meet on a Wednesday at xx in the church during term time. Hopefully with the restrictions on us now easing this will start soon.
Contact | Helen | get in touch
The excursions are sometimes on a Saturday or sometimes on a Sunday afternoon. The ramblers offer good company, good fresh air and some healthy exercise. There’s lots to explore in God’s creation with good people, good chat and lots of good reasons to join in.
Contact | Anna | get in touch
The Guild meets on the first and third Monday from October to March with many guest speakers who provide a wide-ranging presentation of interesting topics. These are both entertaining and thought provoking. Men and women are welcome to attend as a guest or to join as members.
Contact | Gina | get in touch
Held each month from 2 – 3.30pm. Everyone is welcome to join in. A different theme is picked each month, for example, December – Christmas, January – Scottish, February – Love.
Music is provided and a projector is used to display the words. Chat, tea and a biscuit are had at the end.
This is particularly enjoyed by people with memory difficulties and their families or carers.
We also have – ‘The Coffee Team’ – who do also make tea. The team is made up of enthusiastic helpers who provide coffee, tea a biscuit with a warm smile after the morning services in each church.
Contact | Douglas (Lesmahagow) or Helen (Coalburn) | get in touch
There is an opportunity for anyone to provide fresh flowers in the church for the Sunday services through the year. This would perhaps be something you would want to consider doing to mark a special birthday, celebrate a wedding anniversary, in memory of someone that has passed away, or any other significant date in the diary.
Once the Sunday service is over, the flowers are shared with people in the wider community for them to enjoy. You can either provide the flowers or by giving a donation for the flower co-ordinator to buy them on your behalf.
Contact | Elma | get in touch