What to expect on a typical Sunday
We welcome guests to church from all backgrounds, nationalities and age groups. Our style tends to be relaxed and so most people dress comfortably, and enjoy the very warm and social atmosphere that we have on Sundays at our new building, 18 Morningside Road, Holy Corner.
Coffee starts getting served in The Hub half an hour before services begin, so if you arrive early, have a nice latte and settle down with some company, or watch the big screen notices, music videos and welcome details ahead of the service.
Our services normally start with worship. Our band has a modern edge to it, and so our praise can be quite upbeat, but the most important thing is that people who join us worship God as you are used to doing, or feel comfortable doing. Pastor Gordonl will do a talk or presentation based on the bible, during which the primary and infant children’s classes head out. The service is relayed to the crèche so parents who go out with their wee ones can still watch and listen to the sermon. Towards the end of the service, we usually allow time for prayer, which includes personal prayer if anyone would like someone to pray with them, and then we end the service as we started in worship. All in all, we’re usually in church for about 90 minutes.
After the service, coffee is back on again, usually with some cake and biscuits, and people tend to hang around the Hub well into the afternoon.