Our Worship

 During the summer months we continue to share  joint worship with the congregation of St Andrew’s and St Marnock’s in Kilmarnock, worshipping in both churches. These services start at 10.30 a.m. and details can be found on the ‘News’ page of this website, as well as on our Facebook page.

A traditional service is the norm at 11.00 a.m. but we have enjoyed performance services, as well as services led by the Guild, Sunday School or Kirk Session and many of our members participate in worship by Scripture readings each Sunday.

The media desk in the sanctuary is manned by a team of volunteers who put information, hymns, graphics on the screens and adjust the sound system and microphones in the sanctuary and chancel. Musically, we have a rich store of talent which enhances our worship immeasurably. A large choir, led by our talented organist/choirmaster, has a repertoire which ranges from the classical to the contemporary and, along with our Praise Band, is joined from time to time by Kilmarnock Concert Brass, who practise within the church. Our magnificent Hill, Norman and Beard organ is an undoubted asset.

Holy Communion is celebrated twice a year as a Carded Communion, for which each member receives a printed invitation. It is also celebrated twice a year as an Uncarded Communion, as well as at Christmas and Easter.