Welcome to Moneydig Presbyterian Church
Who we are
Moneydig Presbyterian Church is much more than a rural church. Moneydig is a family who gather together Sunday by Sunday to meet with each other and with God.
In Moneydig Presbyterian you will find people who know Jesus as Lord and Saviour, people who are exploring what it might mean to know Jesus as their saviour and others who simply enjoy the familiarity and security of a traditional church service in a traditional setting.
The glue that holds us together is the word of God around which we seek to discover God’s will and blessing in our lives as together we grow in our faith.
Stuart has been married to Julia for 20 years and they have two boys, Robin and Jacob. Julia works part-time in life science. In the church she is involved in ladies’ and children’s ministry and wants to encourage others to follow Jesus in every aspect of their lives. ‘whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.’ 1 Corinthians 10:31
As you come into church you will be met with a warm welcome and a handshake. Our service follows a similar pattern each week as we come before God in worship and hear his word. There is also time to think through what God might be saying and to respond to that.
If it is friendship and conversation you seek then stay behind and enjoy a cup of tea and the opportunity to ask questions about what you have heard. We realise that some people enjoy the stillness and solitude of a church service which is respected in Moneydig.
Our services begin at 12 noon September – June and 11:30 am July and August.
We have a Sunday school which is before the service. There is a creche available for preschool children during the service, which begins at 12 noon, and a children’s church where children up to p5 leave for age appropriate teaching during the sermon.
6:45pm to 8pm – The Eagles (age 4 – p2) & Junos (p3-p6)
8pm to 9:15pm – Inters (p7 – year 9) & Craftsmen (year 10 – 18)
Campaigners provides a place of safety in which all our young people can explore and share their journey of faith.
Youth fellowship, which meets on a Sunday night, is where young people learn to follow Jesus. They choose their own worship and encourage each other as they pray together.
Two things never change in youth fellowship, they always share both God’s word and food. This helps build strong bonds of friendship.
We support our local food bank because Moneydig is part of a bigger community and that community is close to our heart. We believe the scriptures call us to action, loving our neighbour as ourselves. We love because God first loved us (1 John 4:19). Help us to share God’s love by donating to the food bank in the vestibule.