If you are wondering whether All Saints might be for you, please come and visit. We hope this page helps with those deliberations. All Saints is the Scottish Episcopal Church but you don’t need to be a Scottish Episcopalian or an Anglican (we are part of the Anglican Communion).
Anyone can walk through our door and join us.
Our main service (also on zoom) on a Sunday Morning at 10.30am is a Sung Eucharist (sometimes known as Communion, the Lord’s Supper or Mass). We sing hymns and some of the liturgy (the words of the service) most Sundays.
We are a very friendly church. We have started to have coffee again after the service where you can meet everyone. We also run a Wednesday Lunch with soup and sandwiches for congregation and friends. Everyone is very welcome to join us.
At the moment, as we are in a vacancy, we have a rota of priests provided by the diocese, who take the 10.30am service.
We have a wonderful new organist, Jeremy Wan. Jeremy, who is from Hong Kong, is the Lafine Organ Scholar at the University of Glasgow. He has restarted our church choir, which stopped during lockdown. New recruits to the choir will be most welcome.
We have some small groups during the week for Bible Study, Discussion, Prayer and Fellowship where you would be given a warm welcome.
Sunday School and Creche was cancelled during the Covid Pandemic, but we hope we can restart soon. Meantime, children are very welcome in church, where we can provide colouring books or other activities as required.
More information on day to day activities can be found in our monthly magazine