Stockbridge Church Music Hub - 1pm on 1 October
Launch of innovative Music Project at Stockbridge Church
Music Hub at Stockbridge Church
We are announcing the establishment of the Stockbridge Music Hub. With generous support from Amati Global Investors we are establishing a brand-new community music project which will be based at the church in Saxe Coburg Street in Stockbridge.
The impact of the global pandemic Coronavirus forced us to close our church buildings and stop many of our usual activities for 18 months but the vital work of the Church continued in our worship online and in the contacts and support offered. We rejoice that are now able to come together to worship God again on Sundays. We still observe some social distancing and masks need to be worn, but we are singing and we offer coffee afterwards. You can downloadthis week's order of service here and sign in to attend here.
You can also follow the service in your own home every Sunday at 11am on Facebook and Zoom. And we continue to have coffee afterwards on Zoom.
You can also enjoy a short reflective exercise based on each Sunday's service while out for your daily walk, either by yourself or with someone else (in keeping with current guidelines). Just click on this link for 'Shared Steps'.
Watch the Sunday Service
Watch the Midweek Service
These are challenging times for all of us in many different ways. For some, amongst other challenges, there will be financial difficulties and pressures. Our Church is also affected by this so please do continue to give as you are able. We don't have a weekly collection to support the work so please do consider giving electronically, or setting up a regular payment. You can make a donation to Stockbridge Church by following this link, which will take you to the main Church of Scotland website. Thank you for supporting us in the time of unprecedented crisis.
To ask us any questions for more details email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office on 0131 332 0122. Please let us know of any special items for prayer, and get in touch with the minister or an elder for pastoral help.
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