Resources

The Chair of the Methodist Church in Scotland will lead another act of worship this coming Sunday 29 March at 11.00am. There were over 140 live viewers last Sunday (including one person reportedly joining an act of worship for the first time in three years) and over 500 views in total up to mid-week.

You’ll find Rev Mark Slaney’s YouTube channel using this link, where you can tune in on Sunday and subscribe ahead of time to receive notifications. and see Mark’s promo for this coming Sunday here.

This list is in alphabetical order, and inevitably very incomplete. Please email ku.gro.tsidohtemhtysornull@retsambew with suggestions and corrections.


Although not specific to the current pandemic, Roy Jarvis and other friends have set up a Facebook Group Our Christian Friends, which is a “Christian group to inform of Christian events to encourage and support the people of God”. It’s configured as what is called a “Closed Group”, which means you have to ask and be allowed to join, but all Christians of any persuasion will be welcomed.

The Taizé community have been expressing their solidarity by broadcasting prayer with a small group of brothers live from the community in the evenings at 7:30pm (20:30 CET) via their Facebook page.

Many of our church members are wondering how they will be able to worship from home, given that we are not able to meet ‘in person’ as a church family for a while.

You may be interested to take a look at the Circuit website, which includes a Church Resources page that provides links to service sheets, live streamed services and other resources that can support individuals or families coming together to worship at home – whether or a Sunday morning or at another time. This page will be updated on a regular basis.

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Look out for changes during December – check at What’s on!

Sundays
(except 4th)

1100 Morning Worship

4th Sundays:
Worship together

1030 “Messy Church” during term-time
1100 Joint Communion

“Sunday@Six”

1800 

mostly on 1st Sundays, but not every month, and occasionally on a Saturday – see What’s on for details