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Sunday Services
Sunday Morning 11am
Sunday Evening 6.30pm

Bible Study
Wednesday 7.30pm (enter by the side door)

Prayer Meeting
Sunday 6pm in the Upper Hall
Tuesday 7.30am in the Hall- followed by breakfast
Saturday 7pm in the Hall

Lunchtime Service
Tuesday 12.45pm

Woodend Hospitalprogramme
Every Sunday at 9.30am

Strachan Mill Court
Last Sunday of the month at 3pm

Short Loanings
Second Sunday of the month at 3pm

Rosewell House
First Sunday of the month at 3pm preachingprogramme

Baby and Toddler Group
Every Friday 10.30am to 12 noon. At present there is no need to register - just come along any Friday during school term time. For more information please contact or telephone 01224 647144.

Youth Group
See the programme to find out when the Youth Group will next meet

Young Adults
20s and 30s group meets for brunch on alternate Saturdays and for lunch on the second Sunday of the month.

Open Doors
Every Thursday from 12 noon to 1.30pm..
Every Saturday from 9pm to 11pm.

More than a cup of tea for the over-fifties: a blend of activities for body, mind and spirit. Every Wednesday 2pm to 3.30pm. click here for this month's programme

Christianity Explored
This 10 week course explores the Christian faith through Mark’s Gospel. If you want to find out more about the course click here. For details of our next course, click here.

There are many students who are part of the fellowship and are encouraged to be involved in all areas of the life of Gilcomston. However, we recognise that students have special needs, physical (good food!) and spiritual, and we try to care for these in a variety of ways.

During the first few weeks of term, there is an emphasis placed on offering Sunday lunches to students at homes. This is a great way to get away from halls food and get to know other people within the church. We also run an optional ‘buddying’ scheme that pairs up students with older people in the church to meet regularly together. Those who are involved in this find it incredibly helpful and encouraging.

We also encourage our students to be involved in the CU at their college or university. These mission teams, an arm of the local churches, are active in evangelism on campus and there are various opportunities to serve.

If you are new to Gilcomston, please make yourself known to Andrew Keuer– if he doesn't make himself known to you first!



'Fit For A King' Holiday Club for children starting Primary 1 to Primary 7. 11th to 15th August, 10.00am to 12.30pm at Aberdeen YMCA and Hebron Evangelical Church. Booking forms are now available at the Information Point or at:

Sunday Evening Teas  There is a new sign-up sheet for Sunday evening Teas at the information point - providing plenty of opportunities to get more involved in the fellowship. Please note there is no rota – we rely on people to volunteer on a week-by-week basis. Please don’t wait to be asked – please consider volunteering to help out. New volunteers are particularly welcome, especially over the summer period when many of the regular volunteers are away. Guidance on duties may be found in the kitchen and information point – alternatively, please speak to Fiona MacKenzie.

Lunchtime Services  All three teams who prepare and serve lunch at the lunchtime services are struggling for manpower. If you can help either weekly, fortnightly or even once a month, by coming in early to make sandwiches, by being around after the lunchtime service to serve food or to clear up, please speak to Isobel Walker, Heather Dougall, Alison Strudwick or Rosie McKie.

Clothes For Romania  Children for Christ are in need of adults’ and children’s clothes for people in Romania. If you have clothes to spare, please give them to Stephanie Smart before Sunday 6 August.

trypraying  We are keen to find out the congregations thoughts on the trypraying booklet which we issued before Easter. Thank you to those who have already responded.
Did you manage to give any away? If so, are there any interesting stories about it? What kind of people did you give them to? How easy did you find it to give to someone? Was it a result of a conversation? Did you leave it in a public place? Did you get any feedback? How big a hurdle was it for you to hand one to someone? Did you read it first? Did you think it was helpful? Would you like more help and support on doing one-to-one witnessing? What would be the best format for this teaching?
Any information you give will be treated anonymously, leave your comments in an envelope at the information point marked "Try Praying" or send to info@