Sundays are an important day for us at Carrubbers as we meet together for worship, to hear from God's word and to encourage each other. Below we'll describe what normally happens on a Sunday during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We list what is actually happening this week on the front page.
At 9am we host a breakfast service which is tailored for the homeless in Edinburgh.
At 1030am we have an hour long worship service. We can have up to 50 people in the building and you can book a place at an upcoming service on Eventbrite. The service is live-streamed to Youtube. There is also online provision for children each week in the form of "Carrubbers 4 Kids" available on Youtube. Since we cannot enjoy the same sort of Sunday fellowship before and after church, many of our home groups are meeting for a short time before and after church to catch up, discuss the sermon and pray together. If you are not connected with a home group you can do so by emailing the office.
At 2pm we have an hour and a half long bible study and prayer meeting for our students and young workers ministry "Logos". It is a good chance to meet other students and share with each other as we grow in Christ together. We can have up to 50 people in the building and you can book a place on Eventbrite. The teaching is live-streamed to Youtube and there is an online study group option for those unable to attend in person.
Each of these sermons is recorded and there is a huge library of recordings from the past ten years at Carrubbers which are available online.
There are a number of specific ministries which are active in this area. They are...