Sunday Services

We hold our weekly service on a Sunday at 11am all year round. It is informal and we welcome all who wish to come and join us. The children who are part of the church family share the start of the service with the adults and then head off to Junior Church to do some activities or crafts. This means the start of the service uses more modern musical praise and more traditional materiel is used later. We like to think we have a healthy diet, a little bit of everything.

We celebrate Holy Communion as a church family on the first Sunday of March, June, September and December. All are welcome to join at the Lord’s Table.

Easter Services

We hold Holy Week services between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, each evening at 7pm, these are short reflective services, with each year focusing on a different theme.

Easter Sunday

We celebrate with an early service at 9am which if followed by a shared breakfast including communion. We continue to celebrate the Risen Christ with a Family Service at 11.00 am

Harvest Service

This service is held annually on the first Sunday of October and during that service we receive donations of food stuffs, which through our partnering with the Falkirk Foodbank, are given to support locally families living in food poverty.

Youth Service

Held annually on the first Sunday of November to celebrate the work of the youth groups in the church. This is an informal family service with the focus very much on the young people.

Remembrance Sunday

On the second Sunday in November we take time to commemorate and pray for families of service personnel past and present. To be in place for the 11am time of remembrance the service begins at 10:45am

Bereavement Service

On the first Sunday in December at 3pm, this is a short service for those who have lost a loved one and gives time to remember and give thanks for their loved one, prior to the rush and bustle of Christmas getting in to full swing.

Christmas services

We enjoy sharing a family focused Christmas Eve service at 7pm, and a more reflective watchnight service which begins at 11am with carols and mince pies with the service starting proper at 11:30 and finishing just into Christmas day. We also meet together on Christmas Morning for a short family Service at 10.30 am.