Julian Group

Julian of Norwich [MJ.2]meets for an hour on three or four Monday evenings during the year to talk about and reflect on the revelations – the shewings – granted to Julian of Norwich; and then to offer a prayer and meditation.

2019-202: we meet: 21st October, 17th February, 15th June.

… all shall be well and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well.

(Icon painted by the Revd Mary P Jepp, Rector, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Kilmarnock)

Reading Group

we meet six times a year on Monday evenings from 7.00 to 8.30pm to discuss modern and classic works.


October 7th: Margaret Atwood, The Testaments

November 4th:  John Bunyan, Pilgrim’s Progress

January 6th: ?

February 3rd: ?

May 4th: ?

June 1st: ?

Knit and Natter group

St Bride’s Knit and Natter group meets in the church kitchen (entrance via left side rear door, ground level – ring the doorbell if the door is closed) every Thursday at 11.00 am. We knit for South African newborn babies who go home from various hospitals without any baby clothes to wear. We can provide some wool, knitting needles and patterns for any folk that would like to join us to natter, drink tea, coffee and eat some cake. No regular commitment is required; just come and go as it suits. Contact Elaine Bruff ( to find out more.
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Women’s Group

The St Bride’s Women’s Group (men are also welcome!) was formed in March 2010 initially to develop the social side of the church, and to support and pray for each other. Outreach is an aim of our Mission Plan at St Bride’s, and it was agreed that it would be open to women and men of all denominations. Everyone was (and is) encouraged to “bring a friend” with them. We have members from other churches who attend regularly.
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