How we live our lives as Christians, and as members of the community, is our primary witness to the reality of God and the work of Christ. Our desire is to experience Christianity in a holistic way – one that isn’t forced, but develops naturally. That’s why we shape our ministries to be functional, and why they originate with, and are led by the congregation. Doing this allows people to determine their gifts and how they can actively use them to serve the church. It also makes relationships, and the sense of community, the main priority – ensuring that people live out their lives together, and not as isolated individuals. Similarly, our small group activities balance the requirement for study and growth, along with meeting people’s need for personal connection.
- Church Café (Tuesday, 1:00 – 3:45p.m. at the Culbokie Church Centre)
- Walking Group (Thursday, 10a.m. Meet at the Culbokie Church Centre parking lot.)
- Man Friday (Last Friday of each month at 7:30p.m. Contact Roger Piercy for more information.)
- Soup Luncheon (Last Saturday of each month, 12:00 – 2:00p.m. at Findon Hall, Culbokie, except July and December.)
- Sunday Service Volunteers (If you’re interested in volunteering please contact Richard Fyfe after the service.)
- Children’s Talk
- Creche and Sunday School provision
- Senior Citizen's Friendship Group (First Monday in the month, excluding January, February, July and August.)
- Women's Fellowship (Third Thursday of the month from September to May.)
- Highland Food Bank (Collection every Sunday at church. Contact Richard Fyfe for more information.)
- Mary’s Meals Backpack Project
- A weekly Notices and Prayer sheet is available at each service.
- A monthly Newsletter is produced in time for the monthly Soup Lunch.