Worship

Worship

A Church with the Community at its heart, at the heart of the Community

SCHEDULE OF SERVICES              

May

         29 May –   Ceres – 11.15am

June

         5 June –   Kemback – 11.15am – Holy Communion

         12 June –  Springfield – 9.15am for 10.00am service

         19 June –  Ceres – 11.15am

         26 June –  Kemback – 11.15am

Services are normally held in each Church in turn, in the order Ceres, Kemback, Springfield... 

Summer Season of Worship at Springfield
Every third Sunday, worship takes place at Springfield Cafe Church. Throughout June, July and August all Springfield services will run from 10.00am until 10.45am.  Please come early from 09.15am for refreshments and a chat - and be welcome afterwards until 11.30am for a chance to chat informally some more.
Services at Ceres and Kemback will run at the usual time from 11.15 am.

Covid-19 Guidance
In accordance with current guidance, worshippers attending a Church service no longer require to wear a face covering. However, for those who prefer to do so, a separate area will be set aside to respect their wishes.

The latest Covid-19 advice from the Church of Scotland can be found here.
 

Springfield Community Church, Sunday 22nd May 2022

News from the Church and community can be found here.
Order of Service and Jane's homily can be found here.

 

Ascension Day, 26 May 2022

           

Prayers and reflection for Ascension Day can be found here.

 

         

Sunday Worship

We have one service on a Sunday at 11.15am, rotating between the three churches. 

We celebrate key events in worship, including Christmas, Holy Week and Harvest Thanksgiving. There is also a Service of Remembering in early December that is very well attended by congregation and the wider community.

Communion is celebrated regularly through the year in all three churches.

Café Church

Café Church is held on the third Sunday of the rotation, in Springfield Community Church. 

     Please arrive for coffee and a chat from 10.30am

The service begins at 11.15am and from 11.10am Taize music and prayers will be played as a gentle reminder that worship is going to begin. We are planning to invite guest speakers from time to time to reflect on their discreet work and passion and opportunities for discussion will be there during worship.
This is a deliberately different and relaxed form of worshipping which we are growing and changing as people’s ideas and experiences are discovered.
As Spring sunshine pours in through the dramatic sanctuary windows and we gather with refreshments and in friendship, it is a joy to see more and more people coming along and different people; as ever ALL ARE WELCOME.