Every Wednesday morning, please feel free to come along to Quiet Time – a chance to reflect and contemplate, and seek God. Led by members of our congregation, this short time of worship focuses on a short bible message each week.
You are invited to join us for prayer before the Sunday morning service in Dean House, praying for our church and our local community. Mike Hooper also organises a monthly prayer diary, to focus our prayers for the various groups and organisations within or associated with our church – these can be picked up from the church.
Lenzie Union runs a variety of house groups and bible study groups, for those who wish to look further at God's message for our lives. Look out for details of bible studies in the church weekly bulletin.
At various points in the year, the church runs very informal Alpha Courses, for those looking to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed atmosphere. Share a meal and some conversation – contact Clare Robertson for further details.
Enjoy tea/coffee, pancakes and other home baking every Wednesday (usually during term-time). With toys for children, a bookstall and extra homebaking to take home, the Meeting Place is the place to be!
We welcome you to Friday Coffee Pot. Come and sample some home baking (why not try some cheese scones or chocolate tray bakes), sit and enjoy a chat over a cup of tea or coffee, with juice and biscuits for the wee ones. All ages invited – take some time on a Friday to invite your friends to this cafe.
This very active Guild runs a busy programme each year, with visiting speakers, trips away, and a focus on raising money for the Guild projects.
This ad hoc club offers different nights out for men in the congregation. In the past, we have had fish and quiz nights, curry nights, football evenings and indoor bowling nights. Look out for future events in the church bulletin!
Come along to play bridge with us in the New Hall every Wednesday afternoon, and enjoy a pleasant afternoon with friends.
At Lenzie Union, one of the ways in which we serve the church is through the use of beautiful flower arrangements, which are updated every week. These are used as an aid to worship, and allows us to focus on God's gift of a wonderful creation. After the service, these flowers are given to members of the congregation, especially those going through difficult circumstances.