Chapelton organisations

The Kirk Session

The Kirk Session is made up of Elders who are responsible for the admission and oversight of members of the Congregation, and for the due and proper celebration of the Sacraments. It is also responsible for the education of our younger members through the Sunday School and Church youth organisations.

Elders and Minister together have a distinctive ministry in the Church of encouraging and enabling members to fulfil their calling as Christians.

The Congregational Board

The Congregational Board is comprised of all Elders, together with members elected from the Congregation. The Board has the responsibility of looking after the financial affairs of the Congregation and of maintaining the Church property.

The Sunday School

The Sunday School meets following the Children's Address in the large hall. All pre-school and school age children are welcome to join us.

United Women’s Guild

A varied and interesting syllabus is arranged for women of all ages designed to encourage Christian fellowship within the community. The Guild also raises funds for the local, national and international work of the Church. The group meets on the third Wednesday in the month at 7.30pm.

1st Chapelton Company The Girls Brigade

Age Group School P1 – P5, Thursday 7pm to 8pm.
Age Group School P7 to 18 years, Thursday 7pm to 8.30pm.
(During school term)

Social Events

The Social Committee arrange fund-raising and social events throughout the year. Please see the noticeboard for upcoming events.

Membership Classes

Thinking of joining the church and not sure? Enquirers classes are held regularly throughout the year. This is an opportunity to find out more about the church and to ask questions. Everyone of any age is very welcome. Use the contact form for the next dates.

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Resurrection Cross

On Palm Sunday there was a barren, bare and lifeless cross in the vestibule of the church. On Easter Sunday many of us brought one or two flowers each and added them to the cross which transformed it into a Resurrection Cross, bursting with life to reflect the glory of the Resurrection. Through this we were all able to give thanks to God for what happened at Easter. Death was defeated and the gates of heaven opened.

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