What's On

Regular Events


Sunshine Sing-along for Memory

Takes place in St Michael's Kirk Hall on the second Thursday of each month (not August) 12–1.30pm. All those living with memory loss and their carers are welcome. No church connection necessary. Light lunch and singing. Further info from Norma Costley 01506 843255.


Thursday for Coffee: Come along and enjoy a cuppa, home baking and chat with the group which meets on Thursdays in Cross House between 10–11am. All are welcome

This has been suspended until further notice


Time of Stillness: On Thursdays at 2pm we meet in St Katherine's Aisle, St Michaels Parish Church. (entrance via south door during winter opening hours). Come and discover what 15 minutes of stillness can do for you. Nothing will be asked of you. Tea and cake afterwards. Info from St Michael's Church Office.  All welcome.

This has been suspended until further notice



ST JOHN'S COMMUNITY CAFE hopes to provide a neutral place for church and community to connect and is run by volunteers whose aim is to provide a warm welcome and to support local causes.


 The Cafe is open every Friday from 10 am until Noon at 183 High Street.  Everyone is welcome, and we would love to see more of the community dropping in for a cuppa. Profits each month are donated to a local charity.






 Upcoming Events

Church meetings are cancelled but some online services and events are continuing. Please see individual church websites in addition to this page.

Also, More details  has information on cancellations, and Coronavirus Support

Other online resources

SPRING HARVEST: Spring Harvest is a teaching and worship event for everybody. This year, although unable to join together as one Spring Harvest family, the team have been working really hard to adapt and deliver the heart of Spring Harvest… direct to your living room! Available online via YouTube from 13th to 17th April, go to YouTube.com and search for 'Spring Harvest' or simply click here. 

Watch the video here

SU TV: Su Residential holidays may have been cancelled over Easter however you can still connect through SU TV, every weekday of the Easter holidays, on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram. It's a pop-up interactive and fun show for kids and youth. Check out their YouTube channel. It's not just for those who had booked on an event, it's for anyone!

THE MARRIAGE COURSE ONLINE: The Marriage Course is a series of seven sessions, designed to help couples invest in their relationship and build a strong marriage. At the moment HTB are running the course online. The course is exactly as it would be if you were attending in person, except that you will be able to do so from the comfort of your own home - where you can replicate your own date night. For more details and to sign up go here

The Alpha Course is also available online

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Safe Families

Safe Families for Children Scotland offers struggling and isolated families a lifeline by providing supportive relationships, practical advice and resources. Safe Families is a charity that works with 30+ local authorities around the UK. Safe Families offer hope, belonging and support to children, families and care leavers; they do this primarily, but not exclusively, with and through local churches.

For those interested in becoming volunteers with Safe Families, on line training sessions are currently being held via Zoom.