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Maryhill is an outward looking church, deepening our faith through caring for others, the environment, and young people. The website offers you all sorts of information from who we are – to what is going on and how to join in. Our FACEBOOK page is another way to find out about us and gives a flavour of the week-to-week conversations that we're having as a church family.
Our VISION for the Church is to be known as a beacon of hope and belonging in the community.
Our MISSION is to offer a prayerful and active concern for our community; to provide a safe space for worship and prayer; to discover the joy of the Christian message as we live out our faith in our actions; to welcome all people from all backgrounds; and to nurture our God-given gifts as we care for each other.
In this section you can find out more about us, discover who is who, and find details of our services and how to get here. Youcan also read what others thing about us!
Here are the listings of regular activities through the week, and the diary for the next month or so. Sometimes there are also pages for special events coming up.
What does the Church and the Christian faith mean to us? Why go? Where do we fit in? Discover more about baptism, weddings, communion, and what it means to join, and find the text of the Lord's Prayer.
Most months our minister writes a thought-provoking letter in our church magazine; it is now available for all to read.
Details of the various groups and organisations in the church: the Guild, Men's Club, Midweek bible study group, Prayer study group and Parent and Toddler group
There are lots of activities for our young people: 'official' organisations such as Rainbows, Brownies and Guides, Anchor Boys and Boys' Brigade, as well as Funday Sunday and the Young Leaders group. In the summer we run a very popular Holiday Club.
Are you new to the area? Never been to church before? This page describes what to expect on a typical Sunday.
A brief history of our church, with downloadable transcripts of the grave stones.