Annan Old Parish

Church of Scotland



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    The Sunday Club for Children from 3 years right through to Primary 7 meet in the Hall every Sunday at 11.00 a.m. during term time, for craft work and Bible Teaching after a short time in Church at the beginning of the Service.      Bring your children / grand children along they will enjoy it.


    Our Services start at 11.15 a.m. each Sunday.        Everyone welcome


    The Guild welcomes both men and women.   Meetings are held in the Hall fortnightly at 7.00 p.m.   Come along and hear interesting speakers – a variety of subjects – something for everyone.


    Friendship Club, in the Hall

    10+ YOUTH CLUB

    This as the name suggests, is a club for those over 10 years old right up to S3 pupils.     They meet in the hall at 7.00 p.m. every Sunday during term time, and have a great time.      There is always room for more!   You will be made very welcome


    A group of friendly people who meet on alternate Mondays, in the Hall, at 12.30 p.m. to enjoy a light lunch and each others company.   Guest speakers are invited along some weeks, other  times quizzes are arranged.


    Meets every Monday evening, in the hall, at 7.00 p.m.   If you enjoy singing please come along, you will be made very welcome.


    If you enjoy sewing, knitting or just chatting over a cup of tea, this is the group for you.   A friendly bunch meet in the hall every Tuesday morning at 10.00 a.m.   Everyone welcome.




    Mums, dads, grans, child minders etc. meet in the hall every Wednesday morning during term time.   The children play happily with a great variety of toys, while the adults enjoy a cup of tea and toast.   There are also drinks and toast for the children.  If you have a pre-school child please come along and join us.   All are welcome.


    On the first Wednesday of each month, between 10.00 a.m. and 11.30 a.m. in The Beacon, Bank Street, Annan.    This takes the form of a drop in cafe, where support will be offered to anyone who is going through a period of grief or loss.    Come in, enjoy a cup of tea/coffee and take the opportunity to talk with others.