We would like to welcome those who are studying in Dundee and offer the opportunity of being part of a Christian Church that seeks to demonstrate and share the love and good news of Jesus Christ in the city and culture in which we live.
The Steeple Church is located at the heart of the city, surrounded by the Overgate shopping centre, and within a few minutes walk of both universities.
We would appreciate all that you can contribute to our ministry and would seek to help you develop and use your gifts in our fellowship. What part could you play during your time in Dundee?
What all happens at The Steeple?
Sunday Morning Worship 10.30am
This is the main gathering of the whole Church family. We meet for worship, prayer and teaching.
Tuesday evenings fortnightly at The Steeple Church from 7pm. Most evening will include food, film excerpts, look at the bible and discussion around tables. For dates please see Sunday noticesheet.
Wednesday lunchtime talks
Coffee/tea served from 12noon onwards – Led reflection 12.30-12.50pm. Current series: ‘Faith in a faithless world’
There are monthly prayer gatherings for all ages within the congregation on the last Sunday of the month (except January, July, August & September) from 7 – 8pm, and regular Saturday morning prayer breakfasts (except July & August) – on the second Saturday of the month – Coffee & Croissants 8.30am-9am and prayer 9am-10am.
There are many opportunities for those who play or sing, with regular music practices and Sunday worship.
Youth and Children’s Work
There are youth and children’s groups that meet as part of Sunday morning worship and a youth fellowship for secondary school age folks on Sunday evenings.
Hot Chocolate Trust is a youth project based in The Steeple Church.
The area outside The Steeple Church is a meeting place for the city’s young people. Hot Chocolate offers regular drop-ins, one-to-one support, music practice facilities, gigs, arts, exploration of issues including faith and morality, sports, outdoor pursuits and holiday programmes. Most importantly, Hot Chocolate is a place young people feel safe, ‘at home’ and want to be.
Hot Chocolate aims to increase young people’s self-esteem, knowledge of their gifts and belief in their own potential by creating opportunities to express themselves and explore their gifts and interests – ultimately encouraging wider community involvement.
If you would like to get involved as a volunteer, please phone the Hot Chocolate office on 01382 223880.
There are regular meals and opportunities to get to know others in the Church better. Emily McKay is the coordinator of the Student Ministries team which has particular concern for students. Click here to send an e-mail to Emily
As you can see, there are many ways in which you can be involved in The Steeple Church.
We look forward to welcoming you on Sunday.