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Holy Week Services

Gullane and Aberlady Parish Churches will be joining with the Churches of St Adrian's in Gullane, and St Baldred's and Our Lady Star of the Sea in North Berwick to hold a series of services at 7:30pm throughout Holy Week (see poster for details). 

On Easter Sunday itself, there will be an Early Service on the Sea Green in Aberlady, followed by bacon rolls at the Kirk Stables. This will be followed by our usual services in Gullane (9:45am) and Aberlady (11:15am).

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JAM Club Spring Term Calendar


Happy New Year to everyone and welcome back after the Christmas holidays. Please find below the spring term dates for our children's JAM club, which runs for 3-7 year olds during our Gullane services from 9:45 - 10:45am. If you are interested in coming along and have any questions or would like to find out more about what we are up to this term, please contact Rachel Wallace. NB - creche facilities will be provided in the vestry for the duration of every service.

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Thank you! Christmas Charitable Collections

Thank you very much to everyone who supported our Christmas services in Gullane including our Lessons and Carols Service, The Gullane Primary School Service and the Gullane Watchnight service. A total of £1,214.67 was raised and will be divided equally between the following charities:

 - Action for Children (SCO38092)
 - The Fiona Walker Fund (Edinburgh University Development Trust, SCO04307)
 - The Duncan McLean Fund (The Brain Tumour Charity, SCO45081)

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Stunning cascade of knitted poppies.

More than 6,000 knitted and crocheted poppies adorn the artwork, which is 40ft long and 11ft high, outside Aberlady Parish Church.

The cascade, which was organised by Aberlady Craft Group ahead of Remembrance Day next month, inspired people from as far afield as Australia and France to send contributions.

Additional poppies have been installed within the church itself and on the pew ends with others made into brooches,which will be sold.

Rev Brian Hilsley, minister of... read more

Discipleship and Spiritual Growth Four Autumn Evenings

In morning worship throughout September, we began to explore Christ’s call to discipleship and the invitation to spiritual growth.

Have you, yet, begun to carry a pebble in your pocket or your purse as a constant reminder of God’s loving desire that you should know fulness of life in God’s purposes?

Beginning on Sunday 29th October at 6.30pm there will be four opportunities to talk about and experience different ways in which we can develop spiritual practices to deepen our... read more


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