In normal circumstances, there are three services on a Sunday, which we describe below. Currently, during the restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to celebrate the Eucharist in church at 11.00 am on Sundays, with a small-scale choir and with a congregation of up to 50. Later on Sunday, at 6.00 pm, we offer a service of Evening Worship via Zoom. Further details can be found in a later page.
In pre-pandemic times, we offererd three Sunday services, and we would hope to return to some similar arrangements in due course.
|8.00 am||Holy Communion (said)|
|11.00 am||Sung Eucharist|
|6.30 pm||Evening Eucharist (said)|
At both the 8.00 am and 11.00 am services, we used the Scottish Liturgy (1970). At the 6.30 pm service, we used the 1982 Liturgy (the Blue Book).
The Church uses the New English Hymnal. The collect, readings and prayer list are provided on a separate sheet. There is a weekday service on a Wednesday using the Scottish Liturgy (1970).
After the 11.00 am service on Sunday and the 10.00 am service on Wednesday, there were refreshments — coffee, tea and, occasionally, cloutie dumpling served by our coffee ladies. This was an excellent way to meet other members of the congregation.
We warmly invite you to join us at any of these services.