The Minister of St Leonard’s is keen that people have the opportunity to learn the art of meditation, contemplation and direct prayer or even to ask questions about what prayer actually is and how it could help your life. All Are Welcome. You don’t need to be a member to join in.
On Wednesday mornings there is still the parent and baby group Step by Step. A good place for a chat & reassurance by trained staff/volunteers while encouraging children to play in a safe environment.
Messy Church takes place on the third Saturday of the month in our church hall from 2.00-4.00pm. All families will be made very welcome to enjoy a fun time of crafts, games, Bible stories, songs – and, of course, great food! Messy Church is run by a team drawn from local churches, currently led by Rev Hamilton Inbadas of St John’s Church.
The Church of Scotland Guild is so much more than it appears at a glance. Fellowship is probably the main reason why most people attend Guild Meetings. Yes, we go to learn more about the Bible, to pray, to worship and to learn from speakers but mostly it is because of the friendship and support we enjoy with other members.
We have had lots of fun and interesting talks. So I am sure there would be something of interest there for everyone. New members are always made very welcome. We have had several men visiting but no men have ventured to join the Guild. All are welcome, if you are interested in joining or would like more information then please use our contact form.
June Machray Guild President
Other projects include a Living Well peer support group on Monday mornings 10am-12 noon. This has benefited people with long term conditions and provides educational support and a chance to meet people in the same or similar situation.
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