Service Times

Christmas Services

While uncertainty remains regarding the Covid situation and we shall continue to have to abide by whatever Scottish Government and Church of Scotland regulations are in place at the time, we hope to have the following services in December:

5 December – Main Quarterly Communion – K Morrison and Rev A Raeburn;
12 December – Christmas Gift Service – K Morrison;
19 December – Service of Lessons and Carols;
24 December at 11.30 p.m. – joint Christmas Eve Service with the Salvation Army;
26 December – Christmas Communion

Sunday 11:00am

You are most welcome to join us at any, or all, of our church services which begin at 11 a.m. each Sunday. You will be greeted by a member of the congregation who can assists with any questions you might have and will provide a hymn book and copy of our weekly intimations.

There is an induction loop for anyone hard of hearing, please switch your hearing aid to ‘T’ if required.

Prayers for Healing

A service of prayers for the healing of the sick is held at 10.30 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month.

If you would like a prayer for yourself or a loved one please contact Hugh Millar Session clerk after any morning service or use the contact us page.

Young People

We have a Creche and Sunday School who meet weekly, the children attend the early part of the church service before leaving for their activities held in the Loft. The Creche and Sunday School are staffed by members of the congregation all of whom have undergone Disclosure Scotland checks and have been made aware of safeguarding guidelines.


Formal quarterly Communion takes place the first Sunday in March, June, September and December.

A number of informal Communions are held throughout the year for more details see our Christian Calendar for 2019.

Remembrance Sunday

Each year we invite local civic and community leaders and representatives of numerous community organisations to attend our annual Civic Remembrance Service on the second Sunday in November.  The service begins at 10.45 a.m. and following its close we process to Rutherglen Cenotaph led by the Salvation Army Band for the wreath-laying service conducted by our Minister or Locum with the participation of other local clergy.

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