Ministries at Coastline
Our Sunday Service starts at 10.30am. The first part includes the sermon which is bracketed by songs both modern and traditional. This is followed by Holy 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 scones/cakes.
For all our Services, details can be found in our monthly Newsletter which can be found under ‘About Us’ – ‘Newsletter’.
The main activity for the Youth in our community is the ‘Chill-Out-Zone’, or COZ. This is held during term-time on a Friday afternoon, and starts at 1.30pm with a light lunch. Thereafter, a variety of activities are held, such as games, crafts, life skills, and visiting speakers. Each session concludes with a brief discussion on faiths. The Youth activities are run by our Youth Team, led by our Youth and Community Worker.
There are 2 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 Thursdays’, held at 3.30pm during term-time and children from Pittenweem primary P1-P5 regularly attend. Each meeting includes Bible teaching, crafts and games.
Our 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. In particular we are looking for those with musical gifts and/or technical gifts relating to audio/visual equipment and presentation.
Practice time Thursdays at 6.30pm-9.00pm at CCC, plus leading worship at the CCC regular Services. All sessions start with prayer. The practices then involve running through the Order of Service for the next 2 Sundays. Also, time can be spent learning new or unfamiliar songs.
Group members need to be competent musically, and be willing to be in the public eye. They must also be good team players. If involved in the audio/visual aspect, competence with sound systems and computer apps (eg PowerPoint) is important. (Training is available). A commitment to attend practices and Sunday Services is very important.