Our main services are held on Sundays where we meet together as a Fellowship to express our worship in singing and Bible reading, hear Bible-based ministry from our Pastor, or visiting speaker, and to encourage each other to live out our faith in every area of our lives.

Sunday services have resumed on a regular basis at 10:30am and 6:30pm. Each service follows a similar structure but pursues a different ministry theme, as announced. Covid safeguarding guidelines will be followed with social distancing, sanitizing, a maximum number of 50 for each service and no singing. Sunday School will normally be available during the second half of the morning service. It is intended to experiment with continuing to make the morning service available by Zoom (or telephone) for the immediate future. Communion is celebrated morning and evening on alternate Sundays.

10:30 am Morning Worship Service

The Sunday Morning is a traditional service comprising hymns, prayers, Scripture reading and a sermon (plus communion on alternate Sundays). Normally, there is provision for a crèche for preschool children and a Sunday School following a planned syllabus of Bible teaching, running concurrently with the second half of the service. The service has minor variations in its order but focuses on a Sermon by the Pastor, John Macleod, normally forming part of a series.

Communion is celebrated during the morning service on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month.

There is an opportunity after the morning service to meet for refreshments in the hall and a time of informal fellowship. (Currently suspended)

6:30 pm Evening Worship Service

We meet again at 6:30 pm for our Evening Worship Service. The evening service is similar to the morning one but with greater focus on Bible teaching through expository preaching.

Communion is celebrated in the evening on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month during this service.

There is a short prayer meeting at 6:15 pm before the evening service each Sunday.

8:00 pm Tuesday Prayer Meeting

The Tuesday Prayer Meeting takes the form of both open prayer for praise and general concerns and group prayer for fellowship and ministry matters.