Young People’s JIGSAW Club and GRID 
Our JIGSAW Club is held in the Abbey Church Hall on Sunday mornings at 10.30am with games, stories, singing and crafts. All children welcome.  We have a group called the GRID for young people in P6- S6 where we look more in-depth the passages in the bible and discuss how this relates to young people today.  

Our choir is a small group of 18 enthusiastic people who lead the congregation in praise each Sunday morning and who meet on Thursday evenings at 7.00pm for practice under the direction of our very able organist and choir master Jim Walsingham. Our praise is mostly from CH4 and other music is chosen by Mr Walsingham according to our level of ability and experience. As with every other choir we welcome new members, hopefully young blood. With only a couple of exceptions we are a “bus pass choir” who give of our time and talents joyfully.

The Guild nationally is an important organisation of the Church of Scotland. Originally set up as an organisation for women, it has in recent times opened up its membership to men. It must be admitted that this change has not been followed up to any great extent locally. Our Guild programme runs from October to March and includes a wide range of events. Some address the Guild Theme, some address the Guild Project and others the Topic chosen for the year. The Guild Communion is always a moving experience. Other events are chosen for general interest and entertainment, the latter very often being provided by musical groups who usually come highly recommended and are never disappointing. The Guild is a highly sociable group in which a strong bond exists. New members will always be given a warm welcome. The Guild will begin its new season on the second Wednesday of October.

Guild Syllabus

Our strategy for next 3 years 2021-2024 – Is Look Forward In Faith.  1st theme is Lights and Bushels 

Our church before the pandemic served lunches and it is in the Kilwinning Old Parish Erskine Hall, Garden Square, Kilwinning. We hope to start something up again in 2023.

Charity Crafters
A small group of ladies meet every Tuesday evening from 7pm until 9pm in the Lesser Church Hall. The group’s yearly session meets from September to June and there is no charge to attend. We do a variety of crafts including; card making, decorating notebooks, covering shoe boxes with Christmas paper, assembling facecloth bags, bunnies/cup-cake socks, sewing and knitting. The main charities who benefit from the group are Blythswood Care (shoe boxes), Woman’s Aid, Bible Society, Christian Aid, Church Christmas Fayre. New members and outreach/home workers welcome.

Royal Voluntary Service  – Darby & Joan 
Our WRVS ‘Darby & Joan’ club provides an enjoyable afternoon for all our ‘older & wiser’ friends.  If you’re 60 years young, or older, you are welcome to join us on alternate Thursdays from September to April.  We meet in the Abbey Hall, Vaults Lane from 1.30pm – 3pm.  It’s an informal get together with a variety of speakers and entertainment. If you fancy a good cuppa, with excellent home-baking, and a chat, please come along and join us.

The 2nd Kilwinning Boys Brigade 
(Mansefield Trinity Church)
Captain Mr Agnew

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The Boys Brigade meet in the Abbey Hall, Vaults Lane each Friday evening from September to May.

6.00pm – 7.15pm
Anchor Boys Primary 1 – Primary 3
7.30pm – 9.00pm
Junior Section Primary 4 – Primary 6

7.30pm – 10.00pm
Company Section Primary 7 – 6th Year

Tuesdays in Mansefield Trinity Church
Chess Club 6.30pm – 7.45pm

Thursdays in Kilwinning Academy, Dalry Road
Badminton 6pm – 7pm
Football Training 7pm – 8pm