We are recruiting a new Organist and Choirmaster to start in October 2019.
We have a proud Presbyterian musical tradition with a small adult choir with approximately 10 singers which leads the worship and sings an anthem at the morning service. Although amateur, the choir seeks to maintain high musical standards.
A major renovation of our three-manual organ was undertaken in 2019 by David Wells of Liverpool.
There are two services of worship on Sundays, at 11.15 am and 6.30 pm (attendance at the evening service could be subject to negotiation).
There is a weekly choir practice and a short practice before the morning service.
The job description is here and the organ specification is here
For further information please contact: email@example.com
This year the preacher at the Friends Sunday service will
be Reverend Timothy Fletcher, our former Auxiliary
Minister, whom we all still miss very much. And to add
to the general excitement of the day, the speaker at the
Friends Lunch will be Alan Imrie, our former Session
There will be no congregational lunches on this Sunday,
but if you would like to join the Friends for lunch please
contact Margaret Rees by Sunday 22 September at the latest. The
cost of the lunch will be £7 this year.
The Kirk Session has been asked to consider the frequency
with which we celebrate communion here at Crown Court.
Please see the August issue of The Chronicle for the
background to this. The Session has set up a small committee
consisting of Elspeth Gordon, Eyo Oku and Sheila Haddon to
consider this matter and report back at the next meeting on 26
September. Please make your views known to any member of
the committee or email Elspeth on
Our Harvest Festival service will be held on Sunday 13 October and will take the form of all-age worship. Once again this year we are asking you to bring gifts of food or money to support the Westminster Food Bank, based at Westminster Chapel.
The Food Bank publishes a list of items which are acceptable, and this will be circulated with the church notices nearer the time of the Harvest Festival. Items should be unopened and undamaged and have a “best before” date at least three months away.
And once again this year we will also give some of what we collect to the young homeless residents of Bruce House. As members will be aware we have been renewing our contact with the facility at Bruce House which is run by Centrepoint. So far we have provided them with goodie bags at Christmas and Easter eggs, but they also maintain a “store cupboard” of non-perishable foodstuffs, toiletries etc which can be used to help residents in an emergency. We will also circulate a list of the sort of items which would be useful to the residents so that you can organise your shopping in good time.