Welcome to the website of Coatbridge Blairhill Dundyvan Church of Scotland
The vision of the Church of Scotland is to be a church which seeks to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing and serving communities. As a congregation of the Church of Scotland who seek to make that vision a reality through following the teachings and example of Jesus Christ.
Morning worship is at 11:30am every Sunday from January to the end of June and 10:00am every Sunday from July to the end of December. Joint services in Blairhill Dundyvan with Middle Church are at 11am. The next joint service is Sunday 29 October.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the second Sunday of February, May and September, on the first Sunday of December and at the close of worship on Easter Day. In the Church of Scotland, the Lord's Table is open to all who love the Lord and respond in faith to the invitation "Take and eat".
Our church buildings are equipped for disabled worshippers, with ramps, disabled toilet facilities, space for wheelchairs in the sanctuary and an induction loop for the hard of hearing. Guide dogs for the blind are also welcome.
A Children's Creche, Sunday Club & Steps of Faith facilities for babies and pre-school children are available in the church halls each Sunday at 10:50am. The school aged children then join the adult congregation for the first part of our morning service of worship and then return to the halls for their own activities. At the close of our service, everyone is invited to come together in the large hall for an informal chat with one another over a cup of tea or coffee.
Should you decide to come along and share in our Sunday morning worship or join in any of the other church activities during the week, we will be pleased to meet and welcome you.