The church is progressive in the style of worship which incorporates traditional and modern forms. It is also progressive in that the church actively seeks to involve itself with the local community.
You are welcome to all our Services.
Morning worship 11am on Sunday. (10am July and August)
There is a crèche available for babies and young children in the Church Halls.
An induction loop system is available during our service and large print copies of the hymn book are available at the church door.
Coffee will be served after the Morning Service with donations divided between two charities. The donations from July to December will go for some upgrades to the kitchen. There will also be a Fairtrade Stall.
Sunshine Kids and Jaffa.com -Our youth programme. See the Family and Youth page for details.
We celebrate Holy Communion on the last Sunday of April and first Sunday in November at 11am and 2.30pm.
Communion – Sunday 6th November at 11am and 2.30pm
In addition, Informal Communions are held on the following Wednesdays at 7pm in the church (October to April).
Wednesday 5th October
Wednesday 2nd November
Wednesday 7th December
We have special services at Christmas, Holy Week, Easter, Harvest and Remembrance. See the calendar for dates of these services.
Services are held in Angusfield Care Home on the third Sunday of the month at 2.15pm and in Rubislaw Park Care Home every Sunday of the month at 2.30pm..
Monthly informal cafe style, worship on the third Sunday of the month, October to March at 7.00pm in the Church Hall.
Our theme : Is the Church fit for purpose and what will the church of the future look like?
16th October – Change
20th November – Encounter and Engagement
Concert on Sunday 2nd October at 2.30 pm
Student Concert by the North East of Scotland Music School in Craigiebuckler Church. Tickets priced £8 (£5 under 16s) available at the door of the Church on the day or reserve on 01224 649685.
Jars of Grace Appeal –The official start of the UNICEF Jar of Grace for 2016 will be Sunday 2nd October which is Harvest Sunday. Jar opf Grace is a fundraising campaign run by UNICEF where each time you sit down to a meal you put some coins in a jar. The aim of the appeal is to help children affected by emergencies around the world due to conflict or natural disaster by providing food, medicine, clean water and warm blankets. Bring your jar back on either 27th November or 4th December.
Address: Springfield Road, Aberdeen. AB15 8AA
Telephone: 01224 315649