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… and right now, we’re not one of those churches struggling under the weight of an over-burdened events calendar, but we do meet on Sunday at 11am for worship and normally also at 10am to study some aspect of Bible teaching.


Morning Worship

In recent months we’ve been studying Luke’s Gospel during our Sunday morning services. Normally, you would be welcome to join us for worship at 11am in our church building at 11 Dens Road to worship God and hear his Word, but due to Coronavirus all our services will only be audio streamed on-line and also accessible by conference call. This is how we expect our calendar to be for the next few weeks.

7 June 2020Exodus 32:1-4Bill Matthess (on-line only)
14 June 2020Luke 19:45-20:8Philip Ross (on-line only)
21 June 2020Luke 20:9-19Philip Ross (on-line only)


What does the Bible teach about…

Most weeks we meet before our morning service at 10am to discuss the Bible’s teaching about key doctrines of the Christian faith.

During 2018-2019 we used the Westminster Confession of Faith, which became the confession of the Reformed church in Scotland in 1647, and remains the confession of many Scottish churches, as the template for our study. That meant we covered everything from the nature of the Bible to the day of judgment.

Having finished that study in October 2019, we moved on to the subject of prayer and how we can use the Lord’s Prayer as a pattern for our own prayers.

We also have an occasional overview of the books of the Bible, allowing a few weeks in between for people to read through all the chapters.

Normally, everyone is welcome to join us at 10am to contribute to the discussion or just to listen, but due to Coronavirus we will not be meeting until further notice.

Here is a list of what is coming up if and when we resume…

TBACommandment I
TBACommandment II
TBABible Overview: Numbers