Touch – Post from Ben Fiddian

Have you ever stopped to think about ‘touch’? Me neither. At least, not until the last few days. It is only as I try not to touch my face and wash my hands that I have started thinking about how much I do touch my face and how many surfaces have my finger prints on...

We Do Not Lose Heart – letter from James Ross

“We do not lose heart” (2 Corinthians 4:1, 18) Dear Church, One of my Bible readings for today was 2 Corinthians 4 in which Paul reflects on his ministry, his weakness, but also the glory of God, of Christ and the  eternal hope of the gospel. Let me encourage you to...

Coronavirus Update

The Elders are continuing to monitor and discuss the situation as it rapidly changes. Please join us as we prayerfully seek wisdom for how best to respond. We are still planning to go ahead tomorrow for our 11am and 5.30pm services, but we of course understand some...

November at Buccleuch

November was a busy month – so busy we didn’t write a blog post! What were you up to I hear you ask? Well… We were delighted to welcome 6 new members to the Buccleuch Family at New Member Sunday, what a joyful service that was and we thank God for...

Afternoon Tea

On Saturday 2 Nov the more mature members of Buccleuch were invited to a very civilised and elegant afternoon tea. Three of the catering team were joined by a number of our students to prepare and serve a delicious selection of tasty treats. Much tea was drunk, many...

Doors Open Day 2019

On Saturday we were delighted to be part of Doors Open Day 2019. With our neighbours St Andrew’s Orthodox Church and The Causey Development Trust we had an afternoon of international dancing and sight seeing. Both Buccleuch and St Andrew’s were open for...