Morning Worship @ 11:15am
Every Sunday at 11:15am, the church family of Biggar Parish Church gather together to worship. This is usually a traditional service, although occasionally we do vary the format. This service of worship is for people of all ages. We vary our music style using different music, from organ to piano to praise band and embrace the use of technology within our services. On Sunday 22 January the Morning Family Service will be held in St Mary's Hall - everyone welcome to come and join us!
Our church family consists of people of all ages and it is during this service that baptisms will normally take place. Children and young people play a very active role and are always welcome to make contributions. If you have very young children they can come along and stay with you whilst you worship. There is a small crèche providing age appropriate toys available in the North Transept where a rota of our members who have been PVG disclosed are happy to care for your children. Older children and young people have their own activities to which they can go. If your children would rather stay with you, or you wish to take them out to settle them and come back in to join worship ... you are welcome to.
Our Morning Worship is followed by a time of fellowship in St. Mary's Hall (round the corner from the Church) when as many of our church family are able get together to enjoy a cup of tea, coffee or juice.
Sacrament of Holy Communion @ 11:15am
On the last Sunday of January, April, June and October there is a very traditional celebration of the Sacrament of Holy Communion at 11:15am. Why not come along and join us? An informal celebration of Communion is celebrated during the normal 11:15am service on the last Sunday of each month.
Afternoon Services @ 2:00pm
These services are held in St. Mary's Hall, North Back Road, on the 2nd Sunday of February, April, September and December. The service is intended for those who are unable to attend church for morning service. Worship lasts no longer than 30 minutes and is followed by a time for fellowship and to enjoy a cup of tea, coffee or juice. Everyone is welcome and if you would like to attend but have mobility difficulties, please contact Nanette Stott (221163) who will be more than happy to arrange a lift for you.
Occasionally there are changes to our usual pattern of services. You can find out about these on our Intimations page which can be found in our News section.