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a step back to church and into our future

Worship in New Kilpatrick at 10.30

The church now has no designated area for mask and non-mask wearing. You are free to sit anywhere though we invite folk to continue to wear masks if that is your preference. The less busy places will be the north gallery and the area of far pews on the pulpit side. 

Worship continues on YouTube, Podcast and phone line (0141 465 5774) at anytime.

This week's worship:

Last Week's Service:
7th August

The Next Seven Days

Wednesday 17th August

Midweek Service, 11am, Church Hall

Thursday 18th August

Daybreak: a group for those with some degree of memory loss, Church Hall, 1.30

Sunday 21st August

10.30 All-Age Creative Communion in New Kilpatrick

A family in bread and wine and a welcome back service after the summer and pandemic. 

Picnic immediately after church in the manse gardens: bring your own. We'll supply everything else.

Plus YouTube, Podcast and phoneline

Tuesday 23rd August

SingSong!, 1.30pm, Church Hall

Singing for everyone with special emphasis on those with some memory loss.

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all our
worship
 

We worship through a variety of mediums, offering live sanctuary worship, recorded YouTube, Podcast and phone-line (0141 465 5774).

This is who we are and connect with that which is beyond ourselves. We don't exist for self but in God through our neighbour. We're always learning and amazed at how that evolves in every generation.

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living
Community
 

It is all about relationships. That's where the gospel begins: in relationship with each other, the world, and God.

 

Here are some of the ways we are keeping in contact with each other within and beyond ourselves.

Click on the links to find out more.

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thinking
faith

Never forget to think! We believe in a faith that is to be challenged and questioned as much as faith is designed to challenge and question us.  There is no ones-size-fits-all with faith and our life experiences colour us and shape us. 

In sharing those things, we bring new colour and shape to others in discussion and debate and conversation.

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LIVING
faith

Supporting, locally and globally, a variety of projects the connect us and humble us and invite us to share grace and love.