There is no need to get dressed up for church or for women to wear a hat. If in doubt, wear the sort of thing you might wear for a quiet night at the pub with friends or for going shopping. What you wear is really unimportant. It’s the fact you’ve joined us that matters.
Babies and children
Babies and children are welcome at church. We have a crèche for babies and toddlers and, during term-time, our Young Church (for children up to about 12) meets in the hall. Children are brought into church at the time of Communion for a blessing and remain for a chat with one of the people leading the service after Communion. Both the Crèche and the Young Church are led by properly qualified adults who have undergone Criminal Record Checks by Disclosure Scotland. Please tell a member of the welcoming team in the Vestibule if you would like your child to go to crèche or Young Church. Alternatively, children can remain in church with you for the whole service.
On days when we have All-age services, children are invited to remain in church.
There are baby changing facilities in the cloakrooms in the hall. Please tell a member of the welcoming team if you need to use these facilities and they will show you where to go.
We welcome people with mobility issues, and those in wheelchairs. We have recently upgraded our disabled access facilities and have stair-lifts and disabled toilets. We also have wheelchairs available for those who need them.
We have a hearing loop for those with hearing difficulties and large print hymn books and liturgy books for those who are visually impaired. Please make any accessibility needs know to the welcome team.
There are toilets in the cloakroom in the main hall. Please ask a member of the welcome team for directions.