COVID-19 notice

With restrictions now lifted meeting arrangements are now back to normal but, in accordance with Government guidance, certain precautionary measures are being retained, such as wearing face masks and sanitizing.

Sunday and weekday meetings will still have Zoom access (where feasible) alongside in-person attendance. 

Drop-in Café

Wednesday mornings will see the opening up of weekly ‘Drop-In’s from 10:30am to 12:30pm. These will be informal opportunities for meeting up with friends and visitors. Tea / coffee and home baking will be provided and opportunities offered for friendly chat and some focus on the Christian message. 

New Helpers

We are very pleased to welcome Simon and Hannah Snodgrass from Child Evangelism Fellowship to partner with us in our children’s outreach, starting with #One2Seven on Wednesday evenings.. 

Weekly Newsletter

The weekly Allander Fellowship Newsletter will continue to be issued by email and post each week with a supplementary notice of meeting times issued to any visitors on Sundays. Past copies are available here.


Volunteers are required to serve drinks, etc. for both the Drop-In on Wednesday mornings (contact Jim Gourley) and the #One2Seven on Wednesday evenings (contact John Macleod).

Bible studies

A new series of Bible Study sessions has started up on Zoom on Thursday evenings at 7 30 pm. We have now launched into the Book of Numbers and will continue with it and Deuteronomy through October and November, DV. 

Prayer Meeting

The weekly Prayer meeting is now held in the church on Tuesday evenings from 8pm to 9pm, with Zoom and telephone access; but the Wednesday and Friday 9 – 9:30am sessions will continue on Zoom.


As the Church is still liable for all outgoings throughout this difficult period we would encourage members to continue their financial giving of tithes and offerings to the Lord. For those who regularly give by monthly Standing Order no action is needed. However for those who give by envelope or through the offering bags the following suggestions may be helpful:

  • Monthly Standing Order – This is the preferred method which requires a simple form from your own bank to be completed. It only needs to be arranged once. For those who are self-isolating, a friend or neighbour may be willing to obtain and return the form from your bank.
  • BACS – For those who have internet access to their personal bank account, a BACS transfer could be made to the Church at any time. To assist the Treasurer to identify transfers for Gift Aid and Non Gift Aid purposes, transfers should be identified by the initial of the forename followed by the surname (eg D Jack).
  • Cash and cheques– For those who give weekly or monthly by cash or cheque it is recommended that this is now given only by a cheque which should be mailed to the Treasurer.

For the bank details, please contact Ian Baird