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Whether you are a Christian of many years, returning to church after a period of absence or exploring the faith for the first time, we warmly invite you to one of our services at Snizort.
Our church family is made up of people of all age groups from a wide variety of church backgrounds, families, young couples, students, young workers, senior citizens, teenagers and children. Our common desire is to make disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ and to live in obedience to His will, to the glory of God: the Father, Son & Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19-20)

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Services are held in the main Church:

Morning services are at 12:00  and evening services are at 6:00 PM

Wednesday night service is 7:00 PM


Saturday prayer meeting on alternate Saturdays at 7:00PM

A Gaelic service is held in the hall on the 1st Lord's Day of every month at 11AM


Parent and Toddler








Come along and join our delightful group of children and meet their wonderful parents. 


We meet every Thursday during term time from 11am till 1pm. 


New additions warmly welcome.  

Our Sunday School and Bible Class meet every Sunday morning during the school term. Children begin their classes at 11:45 and then join the morning service  during the singing of the third psalm.


At present we have three classes and our children are taught from the Bible about God and what it means to be a Christian.

Periodically there are outings and get-togethers for members of Sunday school with their families and often many in the wider family of the congregation join with us.

Sunday School, Creche &        Youth Fellowship

Babies and young children are also very welcome.  We provide a crèche room for pre-school children and babies available at any time.


The Youth Fellowship meets in the manse after the evening service during term time

This is an informal 7-week course for people who'd like to investigate Christianity, or just brush up on the basics.
Looking at Mark's gospel, it explores who Jesus is, why he came, and what it means to follow him.  It allows the time and space to think about the big questions of life and is ideal as a way of introducing people to Jesus. 
By focusing on Mark’s Gospel, it allows people to explore the person at the heart of the Christian faith - Jesus Christ.

Christianity Explored

If you would like to join the next group please contact us

Holiday Club


Our Holiday Club takes place every summer during the last  week of the school holidays. Every day from Thursday to Sunday, a fantastic, fun-filled programme of  Bible stories, crafts, games and songs is delivered by our team of volunteers.  We even provide lunch. 

It's a great way to end the summer holidays and to make new friends before the new tern begins. 


We look forward to  seeing  you in August.

Christians Against Poverty

Are you despairing about every getting out of debt? Free help is available, your life really can be transformed and you really can become debt free.  We have a debt coach who can help you.  Don't delay a moment longer call CAP on 0800 328 0006

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