23 Nov @ 9:30am
You Are Here:
Informal, reflective service based on Celtic liturgy, followed by tea/coffee.
23 Nov @ 7pm
Explore Christianity, ask questions, and share your point of view on this course supported by QPC, Dalmeny Kirk and Kirkliston Parish Church. Newliston Arms, Kirkliston is the venue.
25 Nov @ 10am
The Great ADVENTure
Come and prepare for Advent in QPC on Saturday 25th November. The church will be open from 10 am to 5 pm for a day of interactive prayer activities for all ages with a special family time at 3pm to 5pm. Bring a picnic tea and stay for the Family Praise Evening starting at 6.30 pm in the church. This Day of Prayer is being organised as part of the Church of Scotland's Together we Pray.
25 Nov @ 6:30pm
Family Praise Evening
This follows on from The Great ADVENTure day of prayer, but come along and join in this evening of praise even if you weren't around during the day!
25 Nov @ 7:45pm
The Scottish Chamber Choir and Meadows Chamber Orchestra
presents Mozart Requiem at Inverleith St Serf's Church. Tickets £14 online from www.thequeenshall.net or at the door
26 Nov @ 10am
Children and families all join together for the first part of our all-age worship at 10am. Parents/carers can then take under 3s to the coffee lounge where our creche includes some short stories from the bible, whilst children aged 3 and over are meeting in the Queen Margaret Hall for an interactive time of learning through stories, crafts, activities and more. Everyone is then invited to come back into church for the end of the service, where we share a little of what we've been learning. Coffee, juice and biscuits are available after the service.
What to Expect
When you arrive at Church on Sunday morning, wearing whatever you are comfortable in, you will be welcomed at the door by what we hope is a friendly face, or two! At both services you are welcome to sit anywhere. No seats are reserved or booked.
If you arrive pretty early for the 10am service, the worship group praise band will probably still be rehearsing through the songs for that service. Both praise band and organ feature accompanying praise at the 10am service. At the 11.30 service, hymns are typically accompanied by organ only.
At both services, weekly notices will be shown on screens before the service. Paper copies of these can be uplifted on the way in or out. Should you prefer to receive these electronically then simply sign up for Weekly notices on the homepage of this website and they will automatically be emailed to you week by week. Alternatively, email the church office requesting to be added to the distribution list.
On your way through the entrance area at our 10.00 service there is an opportunity to leave an offering on one of the large collection plates. No hymn books will be offered to you as the words for the songs and hymns will be on the large screens. Families with children of all ages are welcome at the 10am come-and-go service. And feel free to go in and out with your children. Children aged 3 and older leave part way through the service for their own learning activities, and there is a crèche from around 10.15am in the coffee lounge for younger children.
At our 11.30 service, you will be offered a hymn book on the way in and this time the offering will be taken during the service. Many people find it more convenient to give via standing order and so don’t be surprised if you notice that many just pass the offering bag along without placing anything in it.
Once inside, find a seat, say hello and before you know it the service will begin. We stand to sing and as the service unfolds a variety of people will be taking part. In addition to our Ministry team, folks will read the Bible, bring down the offering plates, sing a choir piece, play instruments, etc. During the service we may invite the congregation to join together in the saying of the Lord’s prayer. And the version we use is normally put up on the screen. Feel free to pray however in the version and language you are most comfortable with – it is after all a prayer to God and not to one another :-)
On the pews you’ll find both a copy of the Bible that will be read from during the service and a little card that invites you to share any prayer requests you may have and any pastoral matters you would like to bring to our attention. These cards can either be handed to someone at the door on the way out or placed in the ‘Prayer request‘ box on the window ledge in the entrance area.
Tea and coffee are served after the 10.00 service and should you wish to come early before the 11.30 to have a cuppa and chat, you are more than welcome.