Messy Church 24.01.2020

We will be having our monthly Messy Church Friday 24th January 2020 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at the church, 7 Craighall Road. We will begin our time together with dinner before exploring the Bible together with all ages and stages of life across various crafts, game, songs, and creative reflection.

This month we will be learning about Zaccheaus meeting Jesus. All are welcome. We are happy to cater to dietary needs, if possible, an email in advance to is always appreciated so that we can make sure we have something suitable.


Messy Church Friday 11th October 2019 5:30pm-7:30pm

We hope you can join us for our second ever Messy Church as we look at what it means to Love Our Neighbour. All are welcome. Dinner will be served as part of our time together. RSVP not necessary, but a wee note with any food allergies in advance can help the catering team. Email. MessyChurchPostcards_OctNov2019_forSocialMedia

Sunday Connections_ 03.02.2018

The astute among you may have picked up that we missed out a week of Sunday Connections. My apologies for this as it was quite a full week. On Sunday, we looked at Esther in our all age service. We will have a short Sunday Connection this week below.

Two video retellings of the story of Esther can be found HERE and HERE

To Think Together: Esther was a women of courage, who had to trust in God to bring her through a scary situation. What does it look like to be a person of courage as a Christian in 2019 in Scotland? How about in Iran or North Korea?

Word Wall: Across the week, think of some positive attributes about your children and teens, add these to there door or other place they will see on post it notes. What were Esther’s positive attributes? Thank God for the way he has made each and every one of us.

Message on Part 2 of Keep C.A.L.M. and Carry On: “Anchored”- 4th March 2018


Hebrews 6:13-20

In today’s All Age Service, the second in our series “Keep C.A.L.M. and Carry On” our minister, Peter, looked at the second word in the acronym, namely “Anchored” and what it means for a Christian to be anchored in Jesus.

If you would like to listen to the message please click on the audio player below.

Palm Sunday Message- 9th April 2017

In today’s All Age Service, we watched a re-enactment of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, and considered some objects closely associated with the final week of Jesus’ life. Our minister, Peter, then spoke about those objects, and what we might like to consider when thinking about the significance of the events of that last week.

If you would like to listen to the message, please click on the audio player below.


Message 5th March 2017- The Generosity of Jesus’ Love


Romans 12:1-2

This morning, in our All Age Service, our Minister, Peter, spoke about the impact Jesus has had on him from an early age, and the generosity of Jesus’ love.

If you would like to hear the message, please click on the audio player below.

Message 5th Feb 2017- Looking back, looking forward.


In today’s All Age Service, in which we celebrated ten years of being in our new church building, Peter, our minister looked back over the events of the last decade, and forwards, to address how we might continue in our service to God.

If you’d like to hear the message, please click on the audio player  below.


If you’d like to see the video “Newhaven’s Ten Year Journey,” which was shown during today’s service, please e-mail Lesley-Anne at, and I can send you the link.

Happy Christmas! You can still catch our Christmas services…

Happy Christmas from all at Newhaven Church!

If you missed our Christmas service on Sunday, you can still come to our All Age Christmas Eve Service today at 4.00pm, the Watchnight Service tonight at 11.30pm (with mince pies at 11.15), or our Short All Age Christmas Day Service tomorrow at 10.30am.

All the best for a joyful Christmas and for the New Year.

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Photo of Newhaven Harbour at sunset

06/07/2014 sermon. Faithfulness. (Matthew 26:20-26, John 21:15-17)

In our ‘All Age service’ on Sunday 6th July, Peter considered the theme of ‘Faithfulness’ in light of passages relating to Jesus and his disciples from Matthew 26:20-26, and John 21:15-17.

To see these readings online, please visit:

You can hear the sermon, by clicking on the play button below:

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