Welcome to Crosshouse Parish Church

Church has reopened and meets every Sunday at 11am

Now that we are back in church on Sunday mornings, we will continue to bring you weekly worship services in the form of a ‘Virtual Service’. The service will be recorded in church and made available online to watch using a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Each service will last around 30-45 minutes. These will be available as soon as possible after the service – Sunday evening/Monday morning.

They can be viewed at any time, but we hope you can join us for all or some of these services at around 11am each Sunday morning if you cannot be in church. We can all feel togetherness as a part of our church communities as we worship together.  Access the latest service from the link below (and some previous ones if you missed them, from the ‘Virtual Services Archive’ menu above). 

Use this quicklink to our latest Sunday in church service  This week’s Virtual Service

We now hope to be in church, on Sundays, for the foreseeable future
While national guidelines now permit gatherings in church without the need for social distancing, we, in Crosshouse are continuing to exercise caution and are maintaining minimum 1m distancing. With our traditional pew seating, this effectively means that distancing while seated is slightly greater, at around 1.2m average.
We are, however, by law required to wear masks at all times within the church building.                             

We are very conscious that a high proportion of our congregation are in the more vulnerable groups, many have been ‘shielding’. We therefore ask that those who attend Sunday Worship adhere to all Covid19 precautions to minimise physical contact with others and maximise the safety of everyone.

We look forward to seeing at least some of you at our Sunday services.