From Sunday 3rd September we will change�to one service at 10:15 am.�
Sunday Club: The children are�in church for the first part of the service and then go down to the church hall with their Sunday Club leaders.
Caf� Church: �Several times a year�our service takes place in our church hall in a very relaxed, comfortable get together, sharing Faith through singing, praying and discussion - plus plenty of tea, coffee and wonderful home baking. A great way to get to know people. Dates are confirmed a few weeks beforehand.
Baby Creche: Babies are most welcome at all our services and parents can come and go if their child is unsettled. We don�t have a Creche facility at the moment, but the Sunday Club leaders are always happy to welcome any Mum�s and Dad�s or Grandparents down at our church halls.
Services on DVD
The Church arranges for the main service to be recorded each week for anyone�who is�unable to attend services in the Church on a regular basis. On request, a DVD can be delivered to your home to enable you�to share in the worship.
Every week our Sunday service is uploaded to�YouTube - accessible via this website.
Should you prefer not to be seen on YouTube, there is guidance in the church vestibule about where to sit. Children and vulnerable adults who may be seen on our YouTube services should have the relevant consent form completed prior to the church service starting. Forms are available in the church.
A minibus service exists for those who have difficulty getting themselves to Church. Anyone requiring such transport should first contact the Church Secretary by telephone or e-mail.
�A half-hour midweek worship�is held each Wednesday at 10.30am in the New Hall.
Communion Services at 10:15am and 2:30pm on the first Sunday�in�February, June and November.
Preparatory services take place at�7:00 pm on the Friday before Communion in the New Hall.�
This service, which provides time for quiet reflection, is held on the last Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm in the new hall.
The birth of a baby is a time for much joy and happiness.��In the Church we express�our thanks to God for our children and through the sacrament of baptism or a service of blessing, we acknowledge them to be gifts from God, and welcome them into the Church family.
If you live in our parish and want further information, please contact our Minister, Joe - on 0141 384�2218.
Within the Church we celebrate God's gift of marriage, and as a parish church we welcome those who would wish to be married within Mearns Kirk.
If you live in our parish and want further information, please contact our Minister�Joe - on�0141 384�2218.