Next service: Sunday Service
Sun 24th Oct, 10:30am

Discipleship Groups

We have a range of recently launched groups whose purpose is to help nurture Christian faith by providing an opportunity to meet together to reflect on the bible and on theology to pray together.

Monday Group
We are usually seven or eight in number and normally meet in one another’s homes on a Monday at 7.30pm (currently on Zoom). We enjoy study followed by tea/coffee and cakes......and much chat and support. We normally meet every second week in Autumn until Christmas and January towards Easter. Our subjects vary. We have used study material from many sources and all take turns to present. For more information contact
Jane Crispin or Isobel Kiltie

Women's Study Group:

We would love anyone to join us for exploration, prayer, study, conversation and friendship.

The Thursday night women's group meets every second Thursday at 8-9.30pm on Zoom (at the moment) for conversation, prayer, and discussion. 

For more information email Alison: alisonjmackenzie@yahoo.com or text 07753 840016.

Sunday Night Group:

We meet fortnightly on Sunday evenings at 6.30pm, during lockdown on zoom but in the Dove (church centre) when things return to normal! There are currently six in the group, but we would welcome additional members. Anyone interested should contact
David Holton or 337 5805 or Bill Hughes 8578 for more information.
Anyone interested should contact David Holton (holton@blueyonder.co.uk or 337 5805) or Bill Hughes (bill@wyhughes.com or 346 8578) for more information

MCT Study Group:

Do you have a favourite version of the Lord's Prayer? Still time to send it in

We probably recite the Lord’s Prayer at some point in every church service - but usually in the version in the King James Bible, despite the fact that many different English versions are available, not to mention versions in Scots. Might another version be more appropriate for people in 2021? To help, you could start looking through the Bible Hub, https://biblehub.com , which offers nearly 40 different English translations of the Bible, though it is not a complete list. Let us know which is your favourite. 

Your Version of the Lord’s Prayer 

Perhaps you feel that you can find no version that satisfies you for the 21st century. So, we challenge you to write your own version to express what you think Jesus exemplary prayer might have said today. This is an opportunity to be really creative. 

The Group will examine the results at its first meeting in the autumn. So, please send your choice to David or Jim by Sunday 26th September using the contact information below. 

David Marwick DH.Marwick@btinternet.com 
Jim Paterson jim@thepatersons.org