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  • Our Church is open on Sundays at 10.30am for worship.   Although no longer a legal requirement, we still encourage those attending worship to wear a face covering.  

    Our weekly Sunday Worship video has now stopped, an audio version will be uploaded to the website by about 11.30am each Sunday.  It can be found in the 'Audio' drop down menu on the website.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    More about worship here

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  • ‘Not just a Sunday’

    Welcome to our website here at Fairmilehead Parish Church. We hope you will take some time to explore our website and discover that we are an active and growing church for all ages and not just on a Sunday! 

    If however you’ve come to the website to find out specifically about Sunday worship, it starts at 10:30 am, and you’d be made most welcome, whether you have attended church all your life, or if you’ve never been before. You don’t have to be a member and you can come along on your own, or with family or friends. There is parking and a less able entrance with no steps from the carpark and tea and coffee are served in the church hall afterwards  

    We offer a range of fun activities and learning for children on Sundays too. We have many young families here in our church and your children are most welcome to join in too, they can be as noisy or as quiet as they wish! We also have a group called 'Pathfinders' for teenagers. 

    We truly are a warm and welcoming church all of us at different stages on our journey of faith, some of us come with doubts, some with none at all. Whoever you are nothing is asked of you while you are with us. 

    We hope you will take some time now to look at the website and see what else is on during the week which you might like to be involved in, now that we are through the very worst of the pandemic. The past two years have been hard for us all, but now we have a chance to meet up again and spend time together.

    Loneliness and isolation are very much what we aim to support as we move forwards through the Spring and Summer. 

    We hope to see and meet you in person soon, be it on a Sunday or weekday.

    Blessings 

    Rev Cheryl, Malcolm Cutt, Session Clerk, Val Walke, Parish Assistant and Deputy Clerk & the Congregation 

     

     

     

     

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