Sunday Mornings: We gather every Sunday at our church building at 18 Kinloch Street, Carnoustie, with Breakfast Fellowship starting at 9.15am for coffee/tea, bacon rolls, pastries and other varied breakfast delights.
At around 9.40am there is a prayer meeting which lasts for about 15 minutes in the General Purpose Room for those who want to attend.
Breakfast runs through to 9.45am and folk are then starting to gather in the sanctuary for our worship service, which starts at 10:00am and will normally last around 1 hour. We have a mix of contemporary and traditional songs/hymns intended to help old, young, and new praise God in spirit and truth– something for everyone. We use projector, keyboards, guitars and organ, with occasional videos – all intended to enhance our worship and teaching. About a third way through the service our children and teenagers leave the sanctuary for their own Junior Church classes while the adults remain for the rest of the service.
After the service, tea/coffee and cakes are served in the church hall. All are invited to stay for an informal time of fellowship.
Monthly Praise Evening: First Sunday of the month at 7.00pm in the Church Sanctuary.
Monday afternoons Poppins café: is a gathering for elderly, perhaps lonely folk, perhaps with mild dementia, and their carers. This is a time of singing well known old songs, tea, coffee, chat and fun. If you are interested to know more, please send us an email or phone Rob and Gwen Barlow on 01241 852709
Wednesday morning Coffee and Chat: is an opportunity to do just that! Why not come along to the church hall for coffee/tea and cakes and meet some new people?
Wednesday afternoon Prayer : is a time is dedicated for prayer at Erskine and it involves the following –
2pm – 3pm : the Sanctuary is open for private prayer
3pm – 3.30pm : a prayer service is held in the Sanctuary, usually led by Rob.
3.30 – 4.00pm : the Sanctuary remains open for private prayer and Rob and Gwen will be available for counselling, coaching and personal prayer support.
In addition to this schedule, self service tea and coffee is available throughout this time in the church hall.
All are welcome to drop in join us!
Wednesday Friendship Group (known as the WFG): meets fortnightly on a Wednesday evening at 7.30 p.m. in the church hall between September and March.
All are welcome, old and new members alike.
Thursday Fellowship Group (known as the TFG!): meets every week at 7.15pm in the church hall. This has been called Bible Study and it is that.. but so much more. We praise God, we pray, we chat together about our own issues or issues in our community or the world around us and we study scripture in a focussed and practical way. Rob is keen that Christians or enquirers should not just study the Bible in a strictly academic manner, but in an applied manner – considering ‘what does the Bible say about ourselves, our culture and the fullness of the Christian life we are called too?’