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Sunday Morning Service

St Andrews’s doors are open wide to everyone, and our hearts are shut to no one seeking to find a safe place for spiritual life, growth and fellowship. So if you are visiting Ayr or simply looking for a church home, come and join us in celebrating and worshipping
God in all of His glory, here, at St Andrew’s.
On a Sunday morning we accommodate the very young, through to the very old, something for everyone. Our worship is from 11.00am, with tea and coffee served at the end, through the front of the Church for those who would like to stay on.

During regular morning worship the whole family gathers in church for the first part of the service, then the younger members of the congregation move to their specific groups.

Club Sunday

Club Sunday Juniors, which is for boys and girls aged from Pre school through to Primary 2 and Club Sunday for young people from Primary 3 to Primary 7. meet all year round with a holiday Club Sunday hosted during the summer months. At Club Sunday, the children learn about God in an informal way through, singing, informal talks, crafts, prayers and games.

Journey on a Sunday

Journey are a group of young people that meet every Sunday as well as a Thursday evening and are a valuable part of the normal church service. Sometimes they are brought out for separate teaching and sometimes they remain in the service to be taught with the rest of the congregation. They are also a valued part of the Sound Desk Team.


St Andrew’s crèche runs every Sunday morning during the church service. The children stay in the service for 10 or 15 minutes, then Morag our minister will let everyone know when it’s time to take babies or young toddlers to crèche (and older children to Kids’ Church). Do remember babies are very welcome to stay in the service, if this is your preference.

Who runs it?
The crèche is staffed by volunteers from the congregation who have all joined the PVG scheme and been fully disclosed.

Who is it for?
It’s for babies and toddlers from newborn to 3 years old.

What happens?
 Crèche activities include play, songs and stories. There are play mats and toys.