We meet in our church building on Gerrard Street each Sunday at 10:30am for our morning service. All are welcome.

It can be daunting going to a church service for the first time or after having been away for a long while. We try to make our Sunday services as welcoming as we can.

What should I expect?

Feel free to sit wherever you want to and wear whatever you want. Our services are quite informal.

Our services begin with a short welcome by one of the leaders in our church.

This is normally followed with a time of singing, led by a band. During this time of worship we will do a number of things. Some weeks we will take bread and wine as a celebration of what Jesus has done for us through his death and resurrection, other weeks we will have a family spot and most weeks we will have someone lead us in prayer.

Also during the service, members of the church will have an opportunity to give money for the church (though many will do this through standing orders), but as a newcomer, please do not feel obliged to do this – this is for people who call Gerrard Street their home church.

We will then listen to a sermon from the bible.  At Gerrard Street we typically follow a series through a book in the bible. Visit our sermons page to listen to previous sermons and series.

After each service, there will be tea and coffee served where there is plenty of opportunity to chat to people.

Where are we?

We meet in Aberdeen city centre. Check out these directions.

What’s on for children and teenagers?

Children and teenagers are a important part of our church family. They participate in the first part of our worship at Gerrard Street, before going to their age-specific groups. Take a look here for more information.