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SMALL GROUPS

Small Groups

We believe that church is much more than just a Sunday service, so throughout the week some members of Seagate Church host house groups in their own homes.

The small groups are a time when people can form deep friendships, study the Bible together, and encourage each another to grow deeper in their love and knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Where & When?

It is also a place to find a supportive community who can help in times of need and of-course there will always be lots of coffee, cakes and laughter too.

There are groups for men, women and couples and if you’d like more information on any of the groups get in touch or just come along to church and ask!

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PRAYER TIME

What is it?

As a church we passionately believe that being able to speak to God in prayer is a great privilege that can make amazing difference in our lives.

As a church we meet for prayer on alternate Thursday evenings from 8pm – 9pm in the main church hall.

Where & When?

It is a fairly informal time of prayer and we would be delighted to have you come along and join us.

Details are available on our Calendar of when the next prayer time is.

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PRAYER FOR SCHOOLS

What is it?

As part of a Scripture Union – Scotland initiative, we have a group of church members, and other dedicated friends, who meet fortnightly in members’ homes to pray for the local schools and all the school-aged children and young people.

They also pray for all the teachers and staff members who are associated with the church. They pray for each person by name, and give special support to young people who are sitting exams.

Where & When?

As part of a Scripture Union – Scotland initiative, we have a group of church members, and other dedicated friends, who meet fortnightly in members’ homes to pray for the local schools and all the school-aged children and young people.

They also pray for all the teachers and staff members who are associated with the church. They pray for each person by name, and give special support to young people who are sitting exams.