For children aged between 3 and 12 (-ish), Sunday Club meet in the Church Hall before the Sunday Service and go into Church together, We leave to go back to the Church Hall after the Children's Address (about 20 minutes into the Service) where we do our own thing, usually involving crafting and/or games.
Crèche is available for very young children during the whole service.
All adult supervisors are PGV registered
The Church of Scotland Guild is a movement within the Church of Scotland which invites and encourages both women and men to commit their lives to Jesus Christ and enables them to express their faith in worship, prayer and action. The Ruthrieston West Guild meets every second Tuesday afternoon at 2pm. Our meetings include worship and devotions and a variety of speakers are invited to give talks on different topics.
We hold monthly services at the 3 Care Homes in our community from September to June.
Broomhill Park is host to worship on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 6.30pm.
Ruthrieston House is host to worship on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 2.30pm
Cranford Nursing Home hosts worship on the last Sunday of the month at 2.30pm
The Monday Circle is a friendship group of Women and Men that meets on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month between September and June at 7:30pm in the Small Hall.
Speakers from a variety of fields share their experiences and expertise and the group also go on outings.
The photo is courtesy of the Stonehaven Tolbooth Museum
Everyone is welcome to come along to the Small Hall for a cup of tea or coffee and a fine piece and enjoy a good old natter!
Come along between 10 - 11.30 am on the First Saturday of the Month from September to June
Our Craft & Chat Group meet on a Tuesday afternoon from 2pm in the Small Hall. Normally the group meets every 2 weeks alternating with the Guild meetings. During the summer months when the Guild does not meet, the Craft & Chat Group meets every week. We get involved in various projects such as Mary's Meals, knitting hats for sailors and knitting jumpers for Fish & Chips Wrapper Babies in Africa. We also make blankets for the hospitals and care homes, small items of clothes for premature babies and sew banners and lectern falls for the church. In fact we are keen to turn our hand to any good cause especially if it involves knitting needles, a crotchet hook, some wool, a cup of tea and a blether. If you feel like getting crafty with us or just simply enjoy a nice cup of tea and a good old chinwag, contact Sheila Cameron on 01224 316716 or email email@example.com