SUNDAY 10.30 Sunday Club
11.30 Family Service
18.30 Evening Service
MONDAY 19.30 Women's Auxiliary
TUESDAY 14.00 Manse Study Group
WEDNESDAY 18.30 Karrick Street Good News Club
THURSDAY 19.30 Bible Study & Prayer Meeting (except 3rd. Thurs.)
FRIDAY 10.30 - 14.00 Church Café
The Church is also responsible for a Sunday afternoon service at Fairknowe House about five times a year and has the opportunity to visit in Maybole Day Hospital for two weeks (Mon.-Fri.) every eight weeks.
More information about some of the above activities
Caters for children 5-12 years of age though these limits are not hard and fast.
Choruses, quizzes, Bible stories etc.
Staff: Moira, & Fiona Gill
11.30 Worship conducted by the minister - usually includes a talk to the Young people. The Lord's Table follows the service.
18.30 Evening service - conducted by the minister with others taking part. More informal and with more musical items.
Mondays at 18.30 - 2100 approx.
This meeting is open to all ladies and includes worship (singing, prayer, Scripture reading) a talk and a cup of tea and biscuit
A different member chairs it each week. The President is Mrs. Jean Fowler and the Secretary is Mrs. Eleanor Thomson.
MANSE STUDY GROUP
Tuesdays at 14.00 Taken by Rev. Richard Martin and at present is an introduction to Christian Doctrine.
KARRICK STREET KIDS BIBLE CLUB
Wednesdays at 18.30 for children of school age. Bible stories, quizzes, choruses, etc..
Leaders Moira & Fiona Gill, Sandy & Eleanor Thomson,
BIBLE STUDY & PRAYER MEETING
Thursdays at 19.30 the first two Thursdays in the month are led by the Minister and are expository Bible studies followed by session of guided and open prayer. The third Thursday in the month is taken up with house-groups held in two homes and the fourth Thursday is our Missionary Prayer meeting led by former missionary Miss Betty Gill. At this meeting the brief Scripture study centres on a missionary theme and then we pray specifically for various missionary activities.
Fridays from 10.30 - 14.00 Coffee, tea, snacks or a full meal are available and we see a good number of local people coming week by week. It provides fellowship with folk from other churches as well as reaching out to the community as a whole.
This staffed by volunteers ladies from the congregation.