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                                                                      A message from Rev. Kenneth Gray

Image result for free christian easter images downloadIn July 1969 Neil Armstrong walked out of the Apollo 11 landing capsule and uttered these words ” That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind ” he was just about to set foot on the surface of the moon.

Anyone who watched that event will remember how it seemed be the beginning of a new world of exploration.  We could conquer space and some wondered how far we could travel.
In all 12 men landed on the moon and of those 12, 6 are still alive.
These men have been further from earth than anyone else and have enjoyed the wonderful privilege of looking down on our world.
Yet despite the cost and the incredible technical achievement very little has changed as a result.
Just about 2,000 years ago two women went to a tomb in Jerusalem.  When they got there they found someone sitting on the stone which had been at the entrance who told them ” He is not here; he has risen, just as he said”.
The news which those words conveyed has turned the world upside down. Christians believe that Jesus was dead but now lives, his body battered and bruised was resurrected.

This what we celebrate at Easter and you are welcome to join us at any of our Easter services.                                                                       

 
 

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.