Services take place in church each Sunday at 11am and everyone is welcome.
You no longer need to reserve a place, but Track and Trace measures are in place and we require to take your contact details when you arrive. (If you would prefer to give your details in advance and save time at the door when you arrive, then please contact Mrs Janet Anderson on 01324 711882 by Thursday each week.)
As our church services are getting close to what they used to be before the pandemic, with the unrestricted number of worshippers , and the removal of the one metre distance requirement, we no longer have the online audio services.
However, the Bible readings and sermon will continue to be available online after every service.
Passing on God's Love to the People of Polmont
Our mission is to be a place where God's love is experienced
and from where it is to be reflected into the community
Coming together in the light of
Maturing and learning together by discovering the richness of
God's written Word.
Together we take His Word to the world.
'What is sweeter than honey and stronger than a lion?’
The answer to this riddle lies in the Good News that Polmont Old Parish Church shares to give hope and comfort, particularly in these challenging and difficult times. That answer is: God’s love. Passing on that love to the people of Polmont and all who come across our path is our mission:
To be a place where God's love is experienced and from where it is to be reflected into the community.
Think of the effect of throwing a small stone into a pond, creating a circle in the water that becomes wider and wider. The one thing that becomes greater when you give it away is love.
The Rev. Debbie van Welie
I was born and brought up in the Netherlands, but my roots lie in Indonesia/South Moluccas. I was raised in the Dutch Reformed Church but, during the fifteen years that I lived in St Andrews, have worshipped in both the Church of Scotland and the Scottish Episcopal Church. I studied Theology at St Andrews’ University, after which I worked with vulnerable young people.
COME AND VISIT US!
A warm welcome awaits you; we'd love to have you join us.