Organisations

Millais  - 12The congregation of about 500, reflects a good cross section of society, from the retired to the”young marrieds” whose small children are catered for in both Sunday Club and in the creche on Sunday mornings. The various Congregational activities aim to cover a wide range of age and interest. Church services are held on Sunday morning at 10.30am and Communion is celebrated on the 2nd Sunday of February, 3rd Sunday in May and the 4th Sunday in October.

CHURCH ORGANISATIONS and HALL USERS

ORGANISATIONS FOR CHILDREN

SUNDAY CLUB
The Sunday Club joins in with communal worship for the first 15 minutes of the Sunday Service then meets together within age groups until the end of the service. This is for children of primary school age. For more information please visit this page on our website.

YOUTH GROUP
The Youth group meet on a regular basis on Sunday evenings at 6.30 for a mix of praise, scripture games and fellowship. This is for children of secondary school age. For more information please visit this page on our website.

CRECHE
Facilities are available to care for pre school children during every morning service.

MOTHER & TODDLER GROUP
Welcomes children from birth up to school age and mother/father. Wide variety of play facilities. Tea/coffee/juice and biscuits. Meets during term time only on Tuesdays from 1.45 – 3.15 pm and welcomes everyone within the parish.

ANCHORS
The youngest section of the Boys’ Brigade caters for boys in Primary 1, 2 and 3 and meets on Friday evenings between 6pm and 7pm. For more information please visit this page on our website.

JUNIORS
The second of the three sections caters for boys in Primary 4, 5 and 6. Junior section meets on Friday evenings from 6pm to 7.30pm. For more information please visit this page on our website.

COMPANY AND SENIOR SECTION
The oldest section of the Company for boys in Primary 7 to Secondary 6.  This section meets on a Friday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. For more information please visit this page on our website.

KINNOULL CHURCH NURSERY

Meets in Kinnoull Church hall from 8.50am to 12.50pm, Monday to Friday. The Nursery also run a breakfast club in the upper hall, Monday to Friday 8am to 9am for children attending Kinnoull school. The Nursery is an independent Charity and has its own website which can be found on this link.

RAINBOWS
Part of the Guiding Association for girls 5 – 7 years. Teaches life-skills, games and craft work. Meets every Wednesday during term time from 6.00 – 7.00 pm in the upper hall. For more information please visit this page on our website.

BROWNIES
For girls age 7 – 10 years. Meets during term time from 6.00 – 7.30 pm every Wednesday in the Main hall. For more information please visit this page on our website.

GUIDES
Guides meet on Wednesdays between 7.30 – 9.00 pm. All girls between the ages of 10 – 14 years are welcome. For more information please visit this page on our website.

ORGANISATIONS FOR ADULTS

The GUILD
For all ages within the Parish. Meets every month from October until March at 7pm. Transport available if required. The Guild is an active group within the Church of Scotland and welcomes your support. For more information please visit this page on our website. For more information please visit this page on our website.

THURSDAY CLUB
An informal get together for both men and women from the Parish. We invite speakers and meet for tea/coffee and a chat. All welcome. Meetings are on 1st Thursday of each month from September – March at 2.30 – 4.00 pm. For more information please visit this page on our website.

BIBLE STUDY AND PRAYER GROUP
This group meet every fortnight on a Wednesday in the church from 7.30pm to 8.30pm. The group welcomes all with the first half hour being devoted to Bible study and the second half hour to prayer. For more information please visit this page on our website.

PARISH CARE
The Parish Care group has a small number of members who visit members of the community and Chruch congregation on a regular basis. The group provides support and social interaction for those who are less able or unable to attend worship.

FRIENDS OF KINNOULL
Friends of Kinnoull was founded to raise additional income to fund specific fabric maintenance and updating projects related to our Church, Church Hall and Manse. For more information please visit this page on our website.

SOCIAL TEAM
This team aims to encourage members of the parish to meet for fellowship and fun at all age events, some of which are held within the Church Hall. The emphasis is to provide a place where we can meet and get to know each other.

TRANSPORT GROUP
Transport is offered to anyone within the Parish to enable them to attend Sunday Worship. Please let your district elder know. If you require transport to any of the other organisations listed here please get in touch with the contact number given.

 

 

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