Activities & Groups
Current Activities at St Margaret’s
For S1 students and above. We meet every second Sunday in the Church Hall between 7pm and 9pm during term time. Lots of activities including sports, games, crafts and bingo. Bring a friend. Contact BSMYC@aol.com for more information.
If you fancy a fun game of badminton why not come along to the Church Hall on Monday or Thursday at 2.00pm? Experienced players or beginners.
Scottish Country Dancing
On a Monday evening from 7.30 -9.30 pm. No experience necessary, all welcome.
Tots and Toddlers
We meet from 9.30am to 11am on Tuesday mornings in the Church Hall during term time. Age range from birth to nursery age although any pre-school child would be welcome. Children to be accompanied by an adult.
Our cafe – managed and run by volunteers – is open on a Wednesday from 12.30 pm serving soup, sandwiches, salads and homebakes.
Afternoon Social Club
Our social club meet at 1.30pm on Wednesdays to play carpet bowls, scrabble and dominoes. We enjoy each others company along with a cup of tea and cake and would welcome anyone who would like to pop along and see if it’s for them.
Bereavement Support Group
Meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in Room 2 of the hall at 2pm. Offering a listening ear and a friendly chat.
Rainbows, Brownies and Guides meet in the hall on Thursday and Friday evenings. For further information contact the church office on 737294.
If you are looking for Fellowship, Faith and Fun, then come and join us in the Guild – all are welcome.
Our theme this year is :Go in Peace’.
When do we meet?
From September to March.
Afternoon Guild is on the last Tuesday of the month at 2.30pm.
Evening Guild is on a Tuesday fortnightly at 7.30pm.
Our syllabus for 2018/2019 is available to download
Fundraising is for the church and for our Guild Projects.
Our main fundraising event is our Guild Coffee morning and that will be held on Saturday 2 November 2016 from 10.00 am – 12 noon in our hall
For further details of any Guild activity contact Norma McDonald (793834).