© 2018-2019 by Castletown and Community Free Church. Charity registered in Scotland No. SC001754.

"Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise"

Psalm 145:3

HOW WE WORSHIP

Worship Services

The congregation has two worship services each Sunday (12 noon and 6.30 pm), at which we sing hymns, choruses, and unaccompanied Psalms, read the Bible, pray, and have an address based on the Scripture passage that was read.

 

On occasion, we have a time of open prayer or an opportunity to respond to the sermon with comments or questions. After the morning service, everyone is invited to stay for tea.

Sunday school is provided during the service where the children have their own time of worship, including singing, and learning through activities and crafts. Creche facilities for babies and toddlers are also provided.

All-age services are also held a few times a year during which the whole church family worships together.

Weekly Events

Midweek Fellowship Meeting

Every Tuesday, at 7.30 pm, we meet in the church building to study the Bible and pray. These meetings are open to anyone who would like to join us.

 

Gateway Café

Every Thursday from 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm, we run a café, where local ladies meet to enjoy good company, knit, crochet or do any craft that they like.

 

One Way Club (Primary School Pupils)

Every Thursday, after school (3.15 pm − 4.45 pm), One Way Club welcomes primary school children to a time of games, singing and a Bible lesson.

 

Aftermath (Secondary School Pupils)

Aftermath runs every Wednesday during term time from 3.50 pm - 5.30 pm. This provides an informal setting for secondary school pupils, where they can play Wii, table tennis, darts and other games, and also hear teaching from the Bible.

 

Coffee Morning

A coffee morning is held jointly with the Olrig Church of Scotland congregation at our church building on the first Tuesday of each month (10.30 am − 12 noon). There is no charge, but donations are invited, and each month a different charity is supported. Over the years, thousands of pounds have been contributed to both local and international organisations.