Events vary throughout the year and include:
This new project (a joint venture between The Steeple Church, Meadowside St Paul’s Church and St Andrew’s Church) is open every Monday from 10 -12 at Meadowside St Paul’s to provide a safe space for the ‘New Scots’ and others to meet, to make new friends and practice their English.
Drop in any time between 12noon and 4pm. The Steeple offers you safe space to reflect or pray. You are welcome to come in for a coffee or tea and chat. Entrance under the Steeple Tower
Monday evening 7.45 – 9.15pm (During term time). Class to help Chinese students with English. The class is for those who wish to improve their English. Half the time practice in TALKING/ LISTENING in a small group with native English speaker and half the time reading and understanding through answering questions. Opportunity to improve Writing skills
Tuesday evenings fortnightly at The Steeple from 7pm.
Prayer – what is it? The evenings will include food, film and conversation. Every second Tuesday April 17, May 1, 15 & 29, June 12 & 26
12 noon onwards. Tea/Coffee served.
Bring your own lunch.
12.30 – 12.50pm Led Reflection.
Series: ‘Faith in a faithless world’
Thursday Morning – Steeple Men
A group of men who meet every Thursday morning between 10am and 12noon at The Steeple. We play pool and other games as well as chat over hot drinks. If you would appreciate company you are welcome to join us.
Meet frequently in homes in various parts of the city for fellowship and prayer, for the regular discipleship course and for a weekly Chinese Bible study. For details about Housegroups, Chinese group or Students groups please visit the appropriate page.More details also available from the church office.
Our monthly gathering is on the last Sunday of the month at The Steeple from 7pm – 8pm (January – June & October – December). There is also a regular Saturday morning prayer breakfast on the second Saturday of the month (January – June & September – November). Breakfast 8.30am – 9am and prayer from 9am to 10am.
The grass outside the church has long been a meeting place for the city’s young people. By building strong relationships with these young people and committing to them for the long haul, Hot Chocolate aims to increase their self-esteem, knowledge of their gifts, and belief in their own potential. It is a place where the young people feel ‘at home’: it is where they belong, where they feel safe, and where want to be.
Hot Chocolate responds creatively to the needs of these young people, and offers regular drop-ins, one-on-one support, music practice facilities, gigs, art workshops, filmmaking, sports, outdoor pursuits and ˜Exodus” (our three-week summer programme).
Please browse the site and explore the project www.hotchocolate.org.uk
Music Groups meets regularly and encourages others who have gifts in music to join.
Also, we gather for lunches together, church outings, ceilidhs, as part of the ski club, and for various youth events.
For full details of all these and many other events contact the church office email@example.com