Women’s & Men’s Ministry

Our Women’s & Men’s Ministry provides a varied programme across the year for all ages and stages of life.  You’re welcome to come along to any of our events listed to find out more. 

The events list will be updated when we are allowed to gather again in out building.

Men’s Ministry

The Men’s Fellowship is a group that meet together to enjoy fellowship, cultivate friendships and – from time to time – share lunch.  We welcome all men of all ages whether they are able to attend once or regularly.   We hear from a variety of SPEAKERS and these meetings generally alternate with our LIFE APPLICATION BIBLE STUDIES.

We meet at 10.30am on Fridays, usually in the Stafford Rooms, observing all current COVID-19 regulations as well as guidance from the church leadership. For more information contact David Wilson at tcdavid@blueyonder.co.uk.

7 January:  Via Zoom
“A Lifetime in Missions” – As our members Eric and Anne Moore prepare to start a new chapter in their life we hear from Eric on his mission work over many years.
14 January:  Via Zoom
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount (John Stott) #1 – Unexpected Blessings
(Matt 5:1-12).
21 January:
“Meet the MAPs” – We hear from two of our current Ministry Apprentices – Finlay Beauchamp and Callum Cruickshank.
28 January:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #2 – God’s Way to Make a Difference (Matt 5:13-16).
4 February:
“Design Dissected – is the design in life real or an illusion?” – The fascinating topic of intelligent design will be examined by David Galloway of Lennox Evangelical Church.
11 February:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #3 – The Importance of Obeying God’s Law (Matt 5:17-20).
18 February:
“Scotland in the Global Spread of the Gospel in Modern Times” – We look forward to hearing from our member Ray Burbank.
25 February:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #4 – What’s Wrong with Private Sins? (Matt 5:21-30).
4 March:
“The Triumphs and Trials of the Scottish Covenanters” – A return visit from our member, Russell Newton.
11 March:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #5 – Faithfulness in Marriage & Speech (Matt 5:31-37; 19:3-9).
18 March:
“History of Carrubbers Christian Centre” – A presentation in word (Eric Scott) and song (his daughter, Ann Meadows).
25 March:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #6 -How to Really Love Your Enemies (Matt 5:38-48).
1 April:
“Scotland for Jesus” – A visit from George Owens, founder of this organisation.
8 April:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #7 – How Not to be Religious (Matt 6:1-6; 16-18).
15 April:
GOOD FRIDAY – No meeting currently planned.
22 April:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #8 – A Pattern for Dynamic Prayer (Matt 6:7-15).
29 April:
AGM – Following the successful format of the 2021 AGM we plan to have a time of hymn singing as well as the business.
6 May:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #9 – What God Thinks of My Ambitions (Matt 6:19-34).
13 May:
“Biblical Realism” – Our Lead Pastor, Paul Rees, will bring a presentation on this topic.
20 May:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #10 – Relationships That Encourage (Matt 7:1-12).
27 May:
Planning Meeting – All the men are invited to be involved in this. A time of testimony will be included.
3 June:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #11 – Detecting the Lies of Our World (Matt 7:13-20).
10 June:
Canty Bay Barbecue – After missing out on this annual outing in 2019 and 2020 we look forward to returning and enjoying food and fellowship together.
17 June:
Life Application Bible Study – Sermon on the Mount #12 – Making the Choice of a Lifetime (Matt 7:21-29).

Women’s Ministry

Our Women’s Ministry seeks to challenge and encourage women to grow in their faith and become more Christ like through bible study.

Timeout – an all age bible study every Tuesday during term time with creche facilities for mums with tots.  We start 9.30am with tea & coffee.  Meeting starts at 10am and finish by 11pm.   If you live in the outskirts of the city and would like to sign up for a different group contact rsloan@charlottechapel.org

Women’s Morning Fellowship 

For a more traditional gathering, many of our older women meet on a Thursday morning at 10:30am during term time for fellowship, a talk, tea, coffee & refreshments.  Women of all ages are welcome.

For more information please contact rsloan@charlottechapel.org