Youth

 

Church Services

Sunday Worship

10:30am.

Short service every Tuesday
12 noon.

Short Afternoon Service
onece a month on Sunday
3:00pm


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Girls Brigade

Girls Brigade Motto;
To Seek, Serve and Follow Christ

In the centre a cross - a symbol of Christ and His Church,
below it a lamp - that our light may shine out upon the world,
above it a crown - that we may own Christ as King,
and behind it all a torch - a flame of Christ's living spirit and of our devotion to him.

Explorers P1 - P3. Tuesday 6.30 - 8.00pm 

The Explorers are the youngest members of the Girls Brigade. We play games, paint pictures, listen to stories, make things and do lots of other fun activities. 

Through these activities the girls achieve their Explorer Star Awards.

Juniors P4 - P7. Tuesdays 6.30 - 8.30pm

The Juniors meet in St David's Memorial Park Church Small Hall on Tuesday nights. The girls are encouraged to learn about Jesus through various activities, singing, drama, crafts. We enjoy visits from emergency services where the girls learn about personal safety and what to do in an emergency. We also go on outings and this year the Juniors enjoyed; a day at Deep Sea World, with ice-cream and a trip onto the beach, carol singing in the St Enoch’s Centre, Fun Days organised by the Division. 

Participating in these activities, the Juniors gain their Star and Diamond awards. 

Brigaders S1 - S6. Tuesdays 6.30 - 8.30pm 

The Brigaders also meet in church hall on Tuesday nights. As well as the Spiritual, Physical, Educational and Service activities, we hope the girls will make new and lasting friendships. The girls are encouraged to work with the younger members of the Girls Brigade helping them to learn new skills. They have the opportunity to attend activities organised by the Division. The Brigaders, through these activities gain their Triangle Awards and having achieved a certain number of points, receive their Brigader Brooch. 

There is also the opportunity to participate in the Queens Award and The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.



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2nd Kirkintilloch Rainbow Guides Tuesdays 6.30pm to 7.30pm 

Rainbow Guides are the youngest members of the Guide Association and this pre-Brownie organisation is for girls aged between 5 and 7 years. Our unit meets in church on Tuesday evenings from 6.30pm to 7.30pm, when we play games, make things and have lots of fun. 

6th Kirkintilloch Brownie Pack Thursday 6.30pm to 8.30pm

The Brownie Pack meets in the Church Hall on Thursday evenings from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Girls can join us from the age of seven, and stay with us until they are between ten and eleven years old. By taking part in games, Brownies discover how to be part of a team. We aim to encourage the girls to learn new and practical skills, to do their best to meet special challenges and to help others at home, in the community and throughout the world. They can also work for a wide range of Interest Badges. The highlight of the year is our Pack Holiday, usually a weekend in April or May. 

6th Kirkintilloch Guides Thursday 7.15 to 9.00pm 

The Guides meet from 7.15pm to 9.00pm on Thursday evenings in the large hall. We offer fun, friendship and activities for girls aged 10 to 14 within the Guide Association.

Our nights are filled with fun and games including badge work, parades, sport, sausage sizzels, craft baking and many more things.

We also enjoy an annual trip to team ranch where the girls enjoy horse riding, canoeing, cycling, bbqs, and plenty more activities.



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JAM!

JAM (Jesus and Me) is our Children’s and Youth Ministry Programme.

The children and young people are taught in age and stage appropriate groups.
We also have occasional Sundays throughout the year where we learn and worship together.

Each Sunday the children and young people meet at the front of the church and sit together with the leaders.

Our programme on a Sunday is vary varied and can consist of songs, stories, craft and even mind craft and lego!

During the summer months we have Summer JAM where a themed summer programme is run by volunteers from the congregation.

For more information on JAM, please contact Karen Wallace (JAM co-ordinator) at karenann2001@sky.com