Clubs and Groups
If you want more information about these groups, please contact the Church Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
– Sunday 3.30 – 5.00pm, monthly (except July and December)
Messy Church is a fresh way of experiencing church. It’s all-age, family friendly and fun. It is held on the last Sunday of every month, and involves games, arts and crafts, toddler toys, worship, Bible story and a free meal together at the end! You can find out more on our Facebook page, @HPMMessyChurch.
– Monday 2pm, weekly
This group, run by St Andrews Committee for the Blind, provides a varied indoor and outdoor programme for anyone registered blind or partially sighted. Transport available. New members and supporters most welcome.
– Monday 7.30pm, fortnightly (October to Easter)
Open to anyone interested, this group meets to focus on a range of themes and topics of wide general interest to church members. Two afternoon meetings (2.30pm) are also held annually.
Pins and Needles
– Monday 7.30-9.00pm, fortnightly (August to Easter)
The group welcomes all those with an interest in craft activities and needlework. No special skills are required. Members of the group assist each other with projects and techniques.
– Tuesday and Thursday 10am – 3pm, twice-weekly
Coffee, tea and home-baking, with lunches served from noon to 2.00pm. Open to all, run by a manager and a team of volunteers.
– Tuesdays 7pm, weekly (October to March)
The main activity of the Club is carpet bowls and we play various social matches with other clubs.
– Tuesday 7.30-9.30pm, monthly (October-April)
In the first week of every month, we visit Stratheden Mental Health Unit near Cupar. The group provides an activity and supper evening to support the long-term residents with friendship and social contact.
– Wednesday 8.30-10.30am, weekly (university term time)
Offering free breakfast for students and local residents who are interested in getting to know each other, this group aims to bring people together and feed them the most important meal of the day! It’s run by the “Green Shoots” Project Development Worker and volunteers. Anyone is welcome to walk in at any point during opening hours and grab tea, coffee or a bite to eat.
– Wednesday 2-3.30pm, monthly
Meeting on the first Wednesday of every month, this group welcomes those affected by or living with dementia. We offer support for carers, family and friends. Activities are chosen to suit those with any type of dementia.
– Wednesday 7.45pm-9.15pm, weekly (September to May)
The club has a wide range of ages and abilities who learn both favourite and less well-known Scottish dances. New members of any ability are most welcome. Soft shoes should be worn.
– Thursday 6pm – 7pm (practice) and Sunday service, weekly
Led by the church organist, the choir rehearses weekly, leads congregational singing, performs anthems and produces an annual concert to raise funds for good causes. New members welcome and initial training available.
-Thursday 8.00pm, monthly (August to Easter)
Open to anyone interested, the group has both a social and discussion programme with a variety of topics and activities, meeting both indoors and out-of-doors.