Where we meetWhat are you searching for? Why are you trying to kill me? Why are you weeping? Just three of many questions Jesus asked.

Should you decide to visit us soon, it’s likely we’ll be thinking about why Jesus asked questions like that and how he answered them, since all of them come from John’s Gospel, which we’ve been studying recently. You’ll also join with a church in Dundee that wants to come under the authority of God’s Word and approach him on his own terms, through Jesus Christ and by the Holy Spirit.

We meet every Sunday at 10:30 in the Ninewells Room at Menzieshill Community Hub and later in the evening at 17:00 in All Souls, Invergowrie. Most weekends we also meet before the main service at 09:50 to discuss what the Bible teaches about the Christian faith.

You’ll normally find forthcoming discussion and preaching subjects appearing in the events section during the preceding week.

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Every church website has a section telling you what they believe. But aren’t there certain things a church has to believe to be a church? You’d think so, but a dizzying variety of groups claim to be the church, all professing different beliefs.

Some assure you they’re so broad that they aren’t sure about anything except that they’re not sure about anything and that anyone who is sure about anything is sure to be wrong.

Others want you to know that they alone remain on the rock, which has become so narrow that there’s only space for themselves, and, worryingly, it’s shrinking all the time, so even they may come tumbling down.

Having assumed that all churches would believe in God, Jesus Christ, and salvation for all who believe, you could be forgiven for feeling despair. One thing is sure, we all believe something. Even to claim not to believe is a creed of sorts.

As far as we’re concerned, the church’s convictions were settled long ago and often restated throughout history when the church met in councils and assemblies. That’s why we have creeds and confessions, stretching right back to the early centuries of Christianity.

Our convictions are stated in a confession that is catholic, Reformed, and biblical, and which states the historic convictions of the Church of Scotland—The Westminster Confession of Faith. That’s why we hold to it. But what do we mean by catholic, Reformed, and biblical?

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