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Ministries at Coastline

Church Services

We have a service every Sunday at Coastline. It starts at 10.30am. Everyone is welcome.

The first part includes some songs, both modern and traditional, a talk and some prayers. A key part of our service most weeks is the sharing of Communion which is open to all who love the Lord. After the service there is a time of fellowship in the cafe with refreshments of tea, coffee and cakes.


A weekly prayer meeting is held on Wednesdays at 6pm. This meeting is open to all, and the prayer topics are unrestricted, Spirit-led.


“Walk @ Waid” and our lunchtime drop-in take place on Thursday lunchtimes in the school and surrounding areas, with the drop-in happening in the CLD rooms at the front of the building.


There are two activities specifically designed for younger children. The first is Sunday School, held during every Morning Service, and includes songs, Bible stories, craft work, and some games. The second is ‘Sunday School on Wednesdays’, held at 3.00pm during term-time between October and April. We collect the children from Pittenweem primary school and a group of P2-P7 pupils attend regularly. Each meeting includes snacks, Bible teaching, prayer time and crafts.


We have a range of different work going on across the schools in the East Neuk. These usually take place in partnership with other organisations. This can be anything from assemblies to classroom work, to reading support and other programmes.


Women’s Fellowship

Affiliated to the Scottish Baptist Women’s Fellowship, this group meets on alternate Monday afternoons at 2pm from October to March. A variety of external speakers give talks on interesting topics. The group also sponsors a child through Compassion UK.

Worship Team

Coastline’s praise band is called Joyful Noise. Their aim is to help the Fellowship worship in spirit and in truth by singing to each other and to the Lord songs and hymns that help to deepen our love for Him and our understanding of His Word. Participation is open to anyone with the desire and the gifts to follow the aims of the group. All weekly practice sessions start with prayer. The practices then involve running through the Order of Service for the next two Sundays. Time can also be spent learning new or unfamiliar songs.

Those that take care of audio and visual presentation are important members of the Worship team too and we are always looking for more volunteers to help us.