Women's Conference

On Saturday 23rd March from 9.30am-3.30pm, there will be a women's conference in Chalmers. This is a great opportunity for women of all ages to hear from God's Word together and to get to know others in the church family.


Leonie Mason from St Helen's Bishopsgate Church in London will be coming to speak from Titus.  There will be four seminars to choose from - information about each is below. 


Lunch is included. There's a suggested donation of £5 or £3 for concessions and students.


Image bearers; order and glory with Mary Robertson

Why did God say his creation was "very good"  and why are women a vital part of his glorious plan? What do we struggle with and misunderstand about our God given roles for building his kingdom? Together in this seminar we'll look into God's word for guidance and encouragement. 


Parenting with Sally Sydserff

A wonderful privilege and huge responsibility. Yet our day to day experience is firefighting, exhaustion, muddling on, messing up and the occasional moment of exhilaration!  In this seminar let's lift our heads above the ordinary and seek to understand clear biblical principles to help us as we parent our children in the challenging climate of 21st century Scotland.  We'll work through the application of these principles together in the day to day world that is parenting.


Enjoying prayer with Amy Conway and Josie Purvis

Haven’t we all found prayer to be a struggle at times? And in that struggle, isn’t it easy to guilt trip ourselves into trying to pray more and better? Instead of simply trying harder, we’ll be thinking about how prayer is an expression of our relationship with our heavenly Father and so is something that we actually can delight in!


Building friendships around the Bible with Leonie Mason

Talking to one another about the Lord Jesus with a Bible open is what makes a friendship genuinely Christian – and the Lord has given this vital ministry to all of us, not just a few.  This seminar will aim to equip women practically to be Bible-sharers and to encourage us that, even in the most informal ways, we can help each other grow as Christian disciples – from day one and through the decades.  If you have at least one friend, can talk and you’re Christian, this is for you!