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Bath Street, Largs

North Ayrshire, Scotland

United Kingdom, KA30 8BL

 

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Church services are held every Sunday at 10am.

 

An evening service is held on the last Sunday of every month at 6.30pm.

 

All are very welcome to attend. Visitors are encouraged to introduce themselves to our door duty team. Visitors are also encouraged to sign the Visitor's book in the vestibule and are welcome to sit anywhere in the Church.

 

Church Transport

Transport to and from Sunday morning services is available by telephoning Christine Hitter on 01475 675796. Members with transport difficulties for evening services should contact the Session Clerk who may be able to arrange for transport by car.

 

Service Recordings

CD recordings of Sunday Services are available on loan at the front door of the church or by contacting Nanette Ross on 01475 675897.

 

Bulletin Recordings

CD recordings of the Monthly Bulletin are available. Call Sharon Morrow on 01475 674604.

UPCOMING SERVICES

 

LARGS CHURCHES TOGETHER

HOLY WEEK SERVICES

 

The Holy Week Services will take place in St Columba’s Parish Church from Monday 10th April to Friday 14th April 2017 at 7:30pm.

 

Monday 10th: Pastor Trish Laird

Tuesday 11th: Pastor Gordon Weir

Wednesday 12th: Rev Ian Currie

Thursday 13th: Rev John Purves

Friday 14th: Rev David Watson

 

 

Sunday 16th April

10.00am

Easter Morning Service

Revd Ian Currie/Douglas Creighton

 

 

Sunday 23rd April

10.00am

Morning Worship

 

 

Sunday 30th April

 

10.00am

Communion Service

Revd Ian Currie/Douglas Creighton

 

6.30pm

Thanksgiving & Communion

Revd Ian Currie/Douglas Creighton

 

 

Sunday 7th May

10.00am

Morning Worship

Revd Ian Currie/Douglas Creighton

 

The Easter Morning Service at 8.00am will take place near the War Memorial and will be conducted by Revd David Watson and Revd Ian Currie. The service will be followed by breakfast in the St John’s Dunn Memorial Hall.

 

The Walk of Witness will take place on Good Friday 14th April as usual. Coffee, tea and hot cross buns will be served in St John’s Dunn Memorial Hall.