We are a Trinitarian church in West Kilbride within the Church of Scotland which is a church within the Reformed tradition and which is Presbyterian in structure.
What do we do?
We desire that people come to know Jesus, who is the only way to the Father.
We want to see people follow Christ in their daily life.
We want to enable people to serve one another out of gratitude for how God has served us.
We believe that as individuals and as a church we need to share our faith with others around us.
In the light of the above, what should our church look like?
We long to see the church as a vibrant worshipping community with all ages represented where everyone feels welcome and included.
We want to see a church which is warmer in fellowship, deeper in faith and wider in reaching others.
How might this happen?
We are powerless in and of ourselves to transform the church / our community; we are entirely reliant upon God to transform and change lives – ‘Unless the Lord builds the house, the labourers labour in vain’ (Psalm 127).
As this is the case, our primary task is to come before him in worship and prayer. To that end we have services of worship and we meet together for prayer to seek the Lord together and his will for the church.
We also recognise that as believers, God has given us a role in the world as his ambassadors – that others around us might come, follow, serve and share.
We seek that people:
‘Come to Christ, Follow Christ, Serve Christ and Share Christ with others.’