In addition to our Worship we have various other opportunities to suit all ages to welcome you to -

Sunday Clubs  for children of primary school age -

Meet every Sunday from September to June from 11am - 12noon.

The children meet in the church at 11am for the first part of the service and then go out to the hall to do  their own activities and come into the church for the last part of the service. The welcome team at the door will direct you if you don’t know where to go and the leaders will be downstairs waiting for the children.
The leaders are Mrs Sheila Crichton, Mrs Moira Adam and Mrs Mary Coyle.

The Crèche lets parents come to church knowing that their little ones will be looked after in a safe environment whilst having fun. Please bring them along and have peace of mind that if they don’t settle someone will come into the church for you.

Messy Church - We welcome all children from the community but must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

We enjoy crafts, songs, stories and a snack.  It takes place on a Saturday morning every 2 months in the hall from 10.30 - 12 noon.  Look for the posters on the church notice board or contact Rev Maggie for more information.

All of these clubs are run by responsible adults who have been through the Child Protection disclosure
system of the Church of Scotland.

Friday Coffee Mornings – these take place every Friday morning from 10-11.30am from throughout the year. Cost is £1.50 for a warm welcome and Coffee/Tea and Biscuits and a friendly chat.  

Friday Soup Lunches – are held on the 1st Friday of every month throughout the year.  Choice of home made soups with a vegetarian choice and bread, cup of tea/coffee and a biscuits – all for £2.50

The Guild meets on alternate Wednesdays at 7.30pm fortnightly throughout the Autumn and Winter months and welcomes both men and women.   We offer a varied programme with speakers and joint meetings with
the 2 other Guilds in the town.

Mens’ Fellowship Group - this recently established group will meet on a monthly basis and its aim is to provided a forum for fun and fellowship.  We would welcome any men from the congregation and also non- members to come along and join us.  For  more information please speak to David Adam.

Friendship Visitors – this is a group of people who visit a number of the older members of the congregation in their homes who are not able to come out to join us at worship etc.  These visitors communicate the care and concern that St Margaret’s Church has for all..  

Scouts and Cubs – the St Margaret’s Scout Group meet in the Church Halls on a Friday night from September to June with the Cubs meeting on a Tuesday evening.

Playtime – meets on  Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings (during school term) from 10 till 11.30am when Mums, Grannies and Dads can bring their babies and toddlers under 3 to play and for them to meet and chat with other parents. It is organised by the mums themselves.

Spectrum is a ladies’ choir open to ladies in the community not just members of St Margaret’s.  The programme and rehearsals on a Monday evening are organised by Helen McLeod for various services in the church and outside. New members are welcome.

Sunday Transport - This is a group of drivers (members of the congregation) who work on a rota system to collect and take home older members of the congregation for the 11am service on a Sunday morning.

Widows Coffee Morning - Meets once a month in the hall throughout the year. This is for widows recently bereaved or not so recently.  Please check the weekly intimations for dates.

Come & Craft - This Group meets on a Wednesday Afternoon 2-4pm.  Come along with any craft you enjoy and spend the afternoon with friends.  All Welcome