Worship at the Scots Kirk takes place every Sunday at 10h30. Services are family oriented and relaxed. As we are part of the Church of Scotland, our worship is Presbyterian in style. Members of the congregation play an integral role by presenting the Bible readings, leading the prayers of thanksgiving and intercession, and serving Communion. Our music style is fairly traditional, with the organ used predominantly. However, members sometimes share their talents by singing solos or playing the guitar or violin. We hope you feel at home in our midst.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion
We celebrate Communion as part of our regular Sunday morning worship on the first Sunday of each month and on other significant Christian festivals, such as Christmas and Easter. The sacrament of Holy Communion, also sometimes called the Lord's Supper, is open to all who love the Lord Jesus Christ.
Open and Affirming
As a loving and caring faith community, we recognize that we are one body in Christ and are called to love our neighbours as ourselves. In response to God’s call to be agents of justice, we welcome all individuals regardless of physical or mental ability, race, age, culture, family status, sexual orientation or gender identity into the full life and community of our church.
In addition to keeping everyone singing from the same hymn sheet (literally), the service handout contains useful information about the business of the church, fellowship and community events.