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autumnA message from Rev Kenneth Gray  

GK Chesterton said that ” God paints in many colours”.

This time of year gives a chance to see some of that variety as the trees turn to shades of red and gold. If we are still young at heart it also gives us a chance to kick the fallen leaves!!

It’s also the time of year when it gets dark earlier and we see the first touch of frost on the grass as well as the shops gearing up for Christmas!!
I heard a poem about a man who measured his life in seasons; he had lived to be 70 and said that he was 280!!  As the seasons pass it reminds us that we too are changing.
In the Bible the Book of Ecclesiastes says that there is a season for everything; a time to be born, to die, to plant and uproot, to be silent and to speak…
Why not join us one Sunday and hear more about the God who planned and fashioned the seasons?

 

 
 

Welcome to Freeland Church. We are a lively, family -orientated church located on the main street of Bridge of Weir. We have two services on  Sundays, morning and evening. You can find out more about our services by looking at the calendar or by clicking here. We are a group of people from diverse backgrounds and different worship traditions who have a common faith in Jesus Christ and together seek to share something of His love and truth with the local community. ThFreeland-Chroughout the week there is a range of activities for the youngest to the oldest. The best way to get to know us is to come along to something that is happening at the church. Meantime you can find out a bit more by browsing the pages of this site or by contacting us by email or phone. We look forward to meeting you!

In 2013 we celebrated the 275th anniversary of Freeland Church with a variety of special services and events. During Bridge of Weir Gala Week in June  members processed behind a specially decorated float in the Gala Day parade

dressed in the costume of 1738 to highlight the congregation’s 275 years of work and witness in the local community.