Annan Old and Dornock Parish

Church of Scotland


Fridays in Faith


Held on the first Friday of the month at The Hub, in Ednam Street (old Academy), run by all the Annan Churches and supported by Annan Churches Together, Fridays in Faith is an event for the whole family to attend.  They offer a safe, sacred space for familes and individuals of all ages to explore  faith and share experiences together. Games, Faith, Fun, Drama, Craft.  Snacks always served!

Fridays in Faith is an activity

of  Annan Churches Together

we are a group of different Christian Churches and denominations with the same basic calling:

to worship God,

to share the good news about Jesus Christchurch-of-scotland-logo

and to work for the good of all people

to find out more visit our web site at:

Warm Welcome at Fridays in Faith

Bill Maloney wrote the following article to the Annandale Observer – published Friday 9th December 2016

Last Friday evening was a busy time in the life of our town…..The Annual Switch on of the Christmas Lights is always special and this year was no exception.

I am pleased to say that on that same evening around fifty people attended a ‘Fridays in Faith’ event at The Hub, in Ednam Street.

Organised by Annan Churches Together we celebrated the real meaning and message of Christmas through seasonal songs, crafts, games, stores and food.

The event started by having coffee and warm mince pies (generously donated by Atwal’s Convenience Store) especially welcomed by those coming in off the High Street.

From September to March, Annan Churches Together hold monthly Fridays in Faith events, followed by a Big Day Out in April.

These events allow people to explore faith issues in a gentle and unique way and follows a similar format to the very successful summer Holiday Clubs, run by Annan Churches Together, for the children of Annan.

So, while the meetings are child friendly, absolutely everyone is welcome to come along.    Our next Fridays in Faith event will be at 7.00 – 8.30 p.m. on Friday 13th January, and takes place in The Hub, Ednam Street.

I would also like to say that everyone involved in the running of The Hub, at the old school in Ednam Street, is very helpful.    It is a great community resource and a tremendous asset to our town.