LATEST UPDATE 10th January
Due to the Scottish Government restrictions please note that there will be no in person worship until further notice. We will update the website as soon as we know when we are allowed to resume services. Please continue to access our online services from 11am every Sunday on Facebook, YouTube and here on our website.
20th December Update
Due to the Scottish Government placing South Ayrshire in Level 4 again from Boxing Day, please note that there will be no worship in the hall on Sunday 27th December and Sundays 3rd and 10th January. We will update the website as soon as we know when we are allowed to resume face to face services. Please continue to access our streamed services on Facebook, YouTube and here on our website.
18th November Update
While South Ayrshire remains in Level 4, there will be no face to face services in the halls on Sundays. At the moment this means we cannot meet together to worship on Sunday 22nd and 29th November and Sunday 6th December. Our streamed services will continue online on Facebook, YouTube and here on our website.
Since we cannot predict the Covid situation or the Scottish Government's decisions at the end of the 3 weeks in Level 4, further information will be available here as soon as we have this available.
15th November Update
From Sunday 22nd November our services will be held in the JB Hall rather than the main church building. This is to allow us to have the heating on as well as suitable ventilation as per the Scottish Government guidance. You must book your seat in the usual way by calling or emailing Sheila as per the details below.
From Sunday 4th October, parents are now welcome to bring children back to worship in church.
Please note that there will be no Creche or Sunday School provision meantime therefore children must sit with their parents throughout the short service. The halls will remain closed.
Please book your space at the service as per the information below and become familiar with all the information below before attending a service.
Make sure to check out our video below about what it is going to look like when you attend one of our services.
If you are not sure about coming to a service we will still be streaming a full service (including songs, kids talk etc.) via Facebook and YouTube. Check out our Watch/Listen page for all previous services.
To book a seat please either phone Sheila Innes between 9:30am and 12noon on Thursdays or email her between 12noon on Thursday and 12noon on Friday.
Tel: 01292 269705 Email:
I’m pleased to advise you that we will be open for worship again beginning at 11.00am on 20th September. However, worship will look and feel different especially at first. Please refer to all the details in the PDF document below.
Initially, the service in church will be for adults only, will last for 30 minutes approximately and will comprise intimations, prayers, reading(s), sermon and benediction but, sadly, no singing since it creates risk of spreading any virus present.
Please note that only the church building will be open and that the halls and toilets will not be available.
In preparing for reopening we have adhered very carefully to both Scottish Government and Church of Scotland Guidelines to ensure that the church environment is as safe as possible.
In return, we ask that, before attending, you have first read and thought about the information in the PDF below to familiarise yourself with the rules and procedures involved and that you have booked a seat in advance. Please do not turn up on chance as places are strictly limited in line with Government/Church Guidelines.
We request that you maintain the 2 metre physical distancing rule within the church and its grounds and that you follow the directions/instructions of the team of elders on duty.
Since the effects of Covid-19 are likely to continue for some considerable time, it is impossible to estimate at present when we will be able to return to what may be a ‘new normal’ at Newton Wallacetown Church. Members and regular worshippers will be advised by e-mail or letter of any changes planned if regulations are eased.
We understand completely that not everyone will feel comfortable/safe returning to worship at present for a variety of reasons. Our streamed service will continue as usual on our Facebook page and YouTube where you can hear the spoken part of the service in church with the addition of hymns and children’s talk.
Reopening the church
is church closed?
No! The way we are "doing" church is changing in the current difficult circumstances.
Sunday Services are cancelled for the forseeable future however it does not mean that the church is unreachable in this difficult time. At NWC we are seeking ways that we can bring church to you!
How can i connect with nwc and God at home?
There are a number of ways you can continue to connect with us:
- Receive the NWC News via email or find it here on our website
- Pray for the national and global church
- Read a devotional every say such as UCB Word for Today
- Connect with church friends over the phone or on Video Chat
- Live stream church services through our Facebook page or find them on our Listen page