To assist those unable to access material via the internet we have established a phone line where people can phone in to hear the mini service or sermon.  

01674 902624. 

To hear the mini service people just need to dial in and wait. To hear the sermon, after dialling you need to press 1 then #. In either case there is a few seconds delay while the message loads so tell folk not to hang up! If folk press 1 for the sermon before the intro finishes the system doesn’t pick up on it and it defaults to the mini service. The message now says wait until after the tone before pressing 1 but give it a few seconds after that and do press # after pressing 1.

Sermon, prayers and news (or links to them) will be uploaded to our website 
and the Old and St Andrew’s Facebook page.  Feel free to copy this and pass it on to Church members or friends who might not use the web or social media
We are awaiting revised guidance both from the government and the Church. Representations have been made to try to remove some of the inconsistencies in regulation that has required us to adopt more stringent measures in church from cafés and other settings. We must continue to be careful as the virus is still circulating but we will keep an eye on changes in regulation and guidance and then consider what steps would be reasonable in our setting. There is plenty of room now to come to Church and if you feel safer being at a greater distance than most then we can respect that too. At the time of writing we are still required to keep trace and track details so please do still phone in advance. Even when we come to the point of being allowed to sit without masks there is nothing wrong with wearing them!

If you are thinking of coming please phone Thelma Robb 672263 or Willie Sinclair during the week prior to a particular Sunday on 675671 so that we have contact details for trace and protect.

Please continue to pray for one another and support where you can and remember that the congregation is united in love wherever we are and however we are worshipping.  

Stay safe! May the Lord bless you!

Rev Dr Ian A McLean