At Park Church, we believe the truth of God is best explored together in friendly, open and honest environments. To this end, we run numerous groups aimed at best serving the different types of people in our congregation - from toddlers to pensioners and everyone in between.
Children are an important part of the Park Church family, and so all ages join together for the first part of the Sunday service - which usually includes a children’s talk and an age appropriate song. After this, Park Kids begins in the hall wtih songs, games, crafts, discussion and exploration of a different Bible story each week. We seek to encourage the children to consider how the Bible impacts their lives, finishing each session with a prayer together.
A fun-filled Saturday afternoon for all primary-aged children with a fast-paced programme including team games, crafts, Bible stories, dramas, puzzles, challenges and more! Held every second month from September to May, completely free of charge with a small snack provided.
Held in the church hall every Monday evening during school term, Connect is a space for young people to come together and have fun in a safe environment. Open to all young people from P7 to S6, with space to play games, explore faith, and make friends.
Informal worship, Bible study, fellowship and prayer takes place every Wednesday at 2.30pm and again at 7.30pm. Held in the church and led by the minister or members of the congregation, choose whichever time suits you best.
Meeting on a Sunday evening at 8.00 at the manse, this small group of women meets to support and pray for one another, studying the Bible and applying it to our working everyday lives.
A Bible study group for men of all ages, meeting fortnightly at the manse on Thursdays at 7.30pm, September to June. We aim to build one another up, sharing faith and encouraging each other as we live for God at work and in our families
We meet every second saturday in the church vestry to pray for individual needs, events in the church diary, other church fellowships within the community, our denomination, mission and world needs. After a few unaccompanied songs of worship the minister leads in a Bible reading and we then pray as the Holy Spirit leads and directs.
Running since the 1960s, 'Coffee Time' is our community cafe, serving teas, coffees and biscuits; open in the church hall each Tuesday and Thursday from 9.45-11.45am, it gives older people in particular an opportunity for mid-week chat. Come and meet up with friends, and make new friends!