Holyrood Evangelical Church

What’s on

We have lots going on and we always welcome new faces at these events!

If you would like more information about any of the events or groups below then please get in touch.

For upcoming special meetings and events visit the Latest News page.

Sundays

Morning service

11am: Service at 121 Montgomery Street (see venue details)
There is a crèche available for babies and toddlers and Sunday Club for kids of primary age. The Bible class meets at the start of the service for kids at high school.
After the service there is a chance for everyone to have a chat over a cup of tea or coffee.

Evening service

6.30pm: Service at 121 Montgomery Street (see venue details)
Refreshments are also served after our evening service.

Mondays

Baby and toddlers

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10.00 am at 121 Montgomery Street. (see venue details)

Come along on Monday mornings between 10am and 11.30am for some free play, crafts, dancing, a bible story, singing and a snack. There’s tea and coffee for parents and carers and everyone is welcome.
The cost is £1 per family and places are limited.
To register or for more information, please contact Fiona Colville on 07443 511425

Wednesdays

Fortnightly Prayer meeting

Every second Wednesday at 7pm we gather for prayer at 121 Montgomery Street (see venue details)

June Prayer Meeting Dates: 6th and 20th.

In July and August there will be no Home Groups and the Prayer Meeting will be held weekly in the church.

 

Home groups

Every alternate week  we have home groups, where smaller groups of people from the church meet up to study the Bible, pray and get to know each other. Most of these  take place on Wednesday nights.

June Homegroup dates: 13th and 27th.

In July and August there will be no Home Groups and the Prayer Meeting will be held weekly in the church.

If you would like to join a home group please contact us and we will find a group near to you.

 

Other events and groups

Holyrood Hillwalks

Often seen as an excuse for coffee and cake the Holyrood Hillwalks are still a good way to get out in the hills and enjoy the scenery and some chat. The food is a big draw though, each trip usually ends up at a chip shop somewhere!

Visit the Holyrood Hillwalking page for more information and upcoming dates.