Arbroath Street Pastors first appeared on the town centre streets of Arbroath in July 2011 and are now well known by those who regularly out enjoying themselves on a Saturday night between 10 pm and 3 am.
Street pastors are trained volunteers from local churches who care about their community.
Our Montrose Salvation Army shop is situated in the heart of the town centre. We stock menswear, ladies fashions, children’s clothes, linen, books and bric-a-brac. There are bargains to be found for all the family.
The coastal town of Montrose sits between Dundee and Aberdeen and boasts an attractive town centre and a wide sandy beach. Montrose is a great little town to visit, with a pleasant old centre and an interesting museum and art gallery. The town sits on the edge of a virtually landlocked two-mile-square lagoon of mud known as the Basin, which is a nature reserve and a haven for birds who love its mud.
Our Salvation Army shop Montrose is always delighted to accept your donations – all we ask is that they’re good quality and undamaged. Our shop teams are trained to make as much money as possible from your generosity to fund The Salvation Army’s work. We can organise house collections from this shop, just call us to enquire.
Volunteering with us is a challenging and rewarding experience. We have lots of opportunities and are always on the look-out for passionate people to lend a hand. If you’re interested in volunteering with us, we’d love to hear from you.
The Salvation Army is a Protestant Christian church and an international charitable organisation. The organisation reports a worldwide membership of over 1.7 million, consisting of soldiers, officers and adherents collectively known as Salvationists.
Carnoustie Baptist Church is a church in Carnoustie, planted from and still in partnership with Central Baptist Church in Dundee, and a member church of the Baptist Union of Scotland. The first service was held in March 2011 at the Carnoustie Golf Hotel, and we now meet at 101-103 High Street, opposite the War Memorial. The following statement gives a summary of some of our core beliefs:
‘We hold to the historic truths of the Christian faith believing in one God in three Persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. That the Bible is the inspired word of God. We also believe that Jesus Christ is the only hope for a broken world and that through his atoning and substitutionary death on the cross he opened up the possibility of forgiveness and relationship with God through faith in Him alone.’
We meet every Sunday at 11am, and everyone, including families, is welcome to come along. Children can go to the Sunday School during part of the service, while parents are welcome to keep younger children in our crèche area at the back of the hall and continue to enjoy the service; there is also a separate crèche room if needed.
After every service tea and coffee are served, which is one way the congregation can get to know one another and care for one another better.
Some of the other things going on in the church include the Knit & Natter group (2pm, 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month) and the Men’s Breakfast (8.30am, 1st Saturday of each month). We also are run a Summer holiday club for primary school-age children!
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Some useful names…
Pastor: John Toller (firstname.lastname@example.org; 07793 889530)
Deacons: Iain Kelman, Jill Main, David Mitchell, Dorothy Bruce
Pastoral Care Links: Jill Main
Sunday School team: Marta Mitchell, Moira McDonald, Gemma Toller
Formally, we are the Church of Scotland congregation in Monifieth, and join together with our sister congregations in Holy Trinity and St Bride’s to be a Christian witness in our community. In practice, this means we are a group of individuals who seek to follow the teachings and example of Jesus in the way we support and care for each other and the people of Monifieth. Through our worship, fellowship and service, we continue to grow into a family of friends.
Worship is conducted in the ‘St Rule’s’ building on Church Street at 11am every Sunday. This is followed by a time of fellowship over refreshments in the Gerard Hall. Everyone is invited to join us, regardless of age or stage of faith.
The Gerard Hall is used throughout the week for other activities, as well as being hired out to other groups for regular and one-off events. Regular activities are listed below, whilst one-off events can be found on our website, Facebook page, our magazine IMPACT (available at Monifieth Library) and advertised locally.
Registered Charity Number SC008965 Website: www.monifiethparishchurch.co.uk Podcast: monifiethparishchurch.buzzsprout.com/
Day Frequency Time Group
Monday Weekly 12:00pm Over-60s Group
Monday 1st & 3rd 7:15pm Ladies’ Group
Monday 2nd & 4th 7:30pm Guild
Tuesday Weekly 9:30am Rambling Group (meet in Church St)
Tuesday Weekly 10:00am Ladies’ Badminton
Tuesday Winter weeks 1:00pm Bowling
Tuesday Weekly 6:30pm Girls’ Brigade
Wednesday Weekly 2:00pm Songs and Memories (SAM)
Wednesday Weekly 6:30pm High-5 Club
Thursday Weekly 7:30pm Badminton
Friday Weekly 11:30am Friday Faith Space
Friday Winter weeks 1:00pm Bowling
Friday Weekly 6:00pm Boys’ Brigade
Saturday 2nd of month 10:00am Embroiders
Sunday Weekly 11:00am Sunday Worship (St Rule’s)
Sunday Last of month 2:00pm High-5 Club (16+)