“For from Him and through Him and to
Him are all things.”

Let us go to the house of the Lord

"Kirk", a fourteenth century Scottish word for "church" comes down to us from the earlier Greek kyriakon meaning "what is of the Lord”, “what belongs to the Lord”. It is our Lord's house to which we have the privilege of welcoming you, and we do so with great joy.
Throughout history, the Lord's house has been a temple of worship, a place of peace, a refuge, and a place of truth. We gather here at The Kirk to worship the mighty King, to hear His truth, to find shelter from the trials of life, to be built up that we might also build up one another. We come to this place, our Lord's house, to learn to follow Him, and to learn to love.

As we have been called to one hope, one Lord, one faith, as we have been been freely granted peace, hope and forgiveness, so we offer to you: hope for those who are hopeless, peace for those who are troubled, rest for those who are weary, truth for those who seek it, and love for all who enter here.

“To Him who loves us and has freed us from our sins by His blood, and has made us to be a kingdom and priests to serve His God and Father—to Him be glory and power for ever and ever! Amen.” Revelation 1:5-6
We meet on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. for Sunday School,11 a.m. for Morning Worship, and 5 p.m. for Evening Worship.  We’d love to worship with you.
There are many opportunities for community and fellowship each week. Join us for a bi-weekly fellowship meal, prayer, Bible studies and more.
Our leaders are Deacons and Elders, who are elected by the church membership. They care for the spiritual and physical needs of the church.

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