Children and families

We have a growing number of families with children of all ages in our congregation. On Sunday mornings we run a Creche, Sunday School and Bible ClassLightLive Scripture Union material is used for Sunday School and Bible Class. lightlive


We have recently started providing Scripture Union in Cambusbarron Primary School which is managed by our Minister and Youth and Communities Worker assisted by volunteers from the church. We also have a range of activities for all children and families in the village, whether or not they come to church regularly.

Rock Solid


This group is for primary 4-7 children, and meets on Friday evening at the Church Hall from 6.30-7.45pm during term time.  Children meet on an informal basis, and play games, engage with crafts and a short “God Slot”, finishing with a tuck shop.  Fun trips are planned once per term, with movie nights also featuring.  

Cafe Connect

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This is a new Youth Club for S1-S3 and offers sports activities, music workshops, X-box, Movies and more! This provides a great opportunity to meet fortnightly on Friday evenings from 8.00-9.15pm during term time.

Cambus Bairns 


Cambus Bairns meets weekly during term-time in the Church Hall on Fridays from 9.15-10.45am, and is for parents and babies/toddlers to make new friends and play together.  We have partnered with BookBugs this year, providing opportunities to sing rhymes and songs, and read a story together once a month.

Messy Church

MessyThis is an informal worship opportunity for children and families, offering various activities such as crafts, games, songs and stories.  We meet on Sundays from 4:00-6:00pm once a month in the Church hall, although there is also the occasional outing.  A meal is usually provided, so please make Bill Maxwell aware if you will be attending so we can ensure that enough food is ordered.

To enquire about any of the above groups, contact Bill Maxwell,

 We are grateful to Go for it funding to enable us to do this work. All our youth and children's work is done in accordance with the child protection policy of the Church of Scotland.