Sunday online devotions 10.45am

Following the Scottish Government's announcement, we sadly have to temporarily close our church doors again. However, the life and work of the church does not stop and our online devotions will continue each Sunday at 10.45am. Please join us by clicking here.  Alternatively you can phone in to join us by following the instructions below. We look forward to seeing you "on screen".

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Christmas Day 2020 Carols


Thursday 24th December 7.00
Christmas Day virtual congregation Carols at Christmas

Thank you to everyone for taking part in our Carols at Christmas service.



Sunday 6 December, 9.30am in Ormiston

Our "live" Sunday worship services are currently on alternate weeks in Pencaitland and Ormiston. These are at the earlier time of 9.30am and are followed by "online devotions" at 10.45am on Zoom. You can join the online service by following the details below. In the current climate, there are a number of obligations we are required to fulfil in holding services. There are also a few further requirements we have had to put in place in order to keep people safe and facilitate the smooth running of things.

Act of Remembrance - Sunday 8th November at 12.30

Sunday 8 November 2020 - Online Act of Remembrance 12.30pm

Due to current restrictions, there will be no Remembrance Service in the church building this year. Nor will there be any public Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial. Instead, a pre-recorded Act of Remembrance will be shown on Youtube from 12.30pm. Wreaths will have been placed at the War Memorial earlier by a small group of community representatives, and we invite you to share in this event online. It can be easily accessed through the church website (see article above) or directly through the church Youtube channel by entering a search for ‘Pencaitland Parish Church Remembrance’ on Youtube, which will lead you to

Christmas Fair

Sadly, we have had to cancel our annual Christmas Fair this year. This is not because we want to but because it’s important that anything we do is done safely and, with the unpredictability of the current situation, plus the need for people to be organised in good time (there’s a lot of planning and preparation goes into hosting it), it was felt wiser to make the decision at this stage. We are very grateful to those who have been preparing things for sale over the last months and are sorry not to be able to proceed as originally hoped.

Lockdown Resources - new resources added 26 April

Below are a number of links to particular articles, podcasts, videos etc which some have found interesting or helpful. These will be updated as and when there are new materials to post. NEW Video: God sent a cleaner. Pastor Lee McClelland, Ark Church, Belfast, shares a moving testimony of God’s provision while in hospital with Covid 19. Shown as part of Sunday devotions 26th April 2020.... more

Manse Garden

Would you like the use of the manse garden to exercise with your family?

Continuing support for the Foodbank

Reaching Out...and...Helping Others!

Reflections for Holy Week


God is for us

“He did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all.”
Romans 8:32

It takes what it takes. Salvation is a serious business. Such is the nature of humanity and what confronts us, that our Lord will do whatever is necessary to deliver us from it – which also means delivering us from ourselves. And nor does he not spare himself in the process.


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