Church celebration during
WORSHIP AT DRUMOAK-DURRIS CHURCH
PLEASE NOTE: As we gradually come out of the national coronavirus pandemic, we are reviewing how to open up our church buildings again for worship. Additionally, online worship resources have been made available which can be found here.
Our Sunday morning worship services take place at 10am:
Durris Church: Every 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month (excluding August) plus every Sunday in July.
Drumoak Church Hall (while renovation work is taking place on the church building): Every 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays of the month (excluding July) plus every Sunday in August.
Every Sunday morning, we hold a service where everyone is welcome to gather together for worship and praise God. Services are normally conducted by Rev. Jean Boyd with the help of members of the congregation. We utilise PowerPoint for hymns, bible readings, videos and images. There is something for everyone as we sing a variety of contemporary and traditional hymns. There is always a creche facility for younger children and the opportunity for older primary school children to join in with some activities during school term times.
Afterwards, we invite you to stay for tea, coffee, juice and biscuits served in the Church. This is a great opportunity to get to know people in the congregation a lot better and meet our Minister. Once every so often we run a Traidcraft stall which sells Fairtrade goods including chocolate, biscuits, sugar, tea, coffee and other craft items.
At 9:45am shortly before the service starts, a group led by Rev. Jean Boyd meets on the top floor of the church for a short time of prayer. If you have a prayer request, please feel free to share this with Jean or one of the Elders beforehand and we promise to include your request in our prayers.
Both churches have a wheelchair available for use on arrival.
You don't have to be a member of the Church to come along to any of our services, everyone is welcome to join us.
During Christmas and Easter, we organise a rich worship programme to commemorate the different stages and events of the life of Jesus Christ and reflect on their importance for Christians. Details of these programmes will be made available in the worship calendar section.