This page details the times and formats of our regular services – please see the home page for information about special services (such as Easter and Christmas).
During the interregnum the communion services may be lead by an authorised Eucharistic Minister using the form of Extended Eucharist that has been authorised for use under canon 22 of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Each Sunday at 8am we have a quiet service with communion in traditional form. using the service of Communion given in Scottish Book of Common Prayer.
On the first, second, fourth and fifth Sunday of each month we have an 11am service with communion and choir using the 1982 Liturgy of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
On the third Sunday of each month we have two services, reflecting Anglican expressions of worship from the 17th to the 21st centuries:
In the church at 11 am: Traditional Matins service with Morning Prayer, said and sung by choir and congregation.
In the hall 9.30 am: All-Age Service featuring communion service form in fresh expression using ancient form made new each month with seasonal themes and opportunities for everyone to participate as they are comfortable.
On the first Sunday of each month we have a traditional Evensong service at 6.30 pm, with Evening Prayer, said and sung by choir and congregation.
5th Sunday Family Service – All together in the Church, with all ages sharing in the leadership.
There is time for refreshment and fellowship on Sundays after the mid-morning and evening services. On the Third Sunday this is at 10.15 between the two mid morning services.
Each Tuesday at 9 am we have informal contemporary communion in the church hall, with a discussion sermon.
Each Thursday at 10.15 am we have traditional communion in the choir stalls using the Book of Common Prayer.