Photo gallery

Christingle 2022

The Easter Cross 2022

The Rubbish Cross from the Churches Together Act of Witness
but rubbish can be recycled
there is no such thing as rubbish in the Kingdom of God


The empty cross from the church is transformed by covering it with flowers

Messy Church June 2021

Messy Church met for a short time in the church grounds and spent time together making stars, talking

and enjoying a drink and cake

Easter 2021

Messy Church July 2020
We are sending out craft sheets with activities for families to do at home
These photos of the Messy Church Team preparing the crafts were sent out in July

Making flower biscuits making flowers making a raft a prayer

Worship June and July 2020
We are starting to live stream services using the church building
the team are setting up for the service

Worship photos June 2020

We are currently live-streaming our worship on our church Facebook page

Here are photos from some of the congregation of their worship space at home

and this is what set up for live-streaming from the Manse looks like

On Sunday 7th June we were invited to share food and drink together during worship in celebration of Christ’s sacrifice in what is known as an Agape.

Here is what some of the congregation prepared and shared at home during the service

8th May 2020 Bunting for VE day 75th anniversary
Bunting made by church members

April 2020

The church is closed but the daffodils are out

Twiddle muffs and blankets February 2020

The twiddle muffs and blankets in the photos (left and centre) are made by ladies in the church and friends of friends all over the country

and donated to dementia patients and children with complex health needs where ever the need.

They were put on display at a coffee morning for Keech Hospice Care ( Children's dept) (photo on right)

Messy Church January 2020

Messy Christmas Christingle 8 December 2019

Messy Christmas crafts 8 December 2019

Memorial service October 2019 Church Interior October 2019

Messy Church October 2019

Welcome service for Revd Andrew Brazier and other new circuit ministers 1st September 2019