Jesus did not come into our world, to live, die, and rise again, just to take away our sin. He came that we may have life, a life in all its fullness. He does not just give us life in eternity; he wants to give us a new life, a transformed life, a life of discipleship under his kingship where we can grow in Christ-likeness.

In order to grow in our discipleship, we provide Bible Studies, and various other courses and opportunities for spiritual growth.

Word Alive
Studying God's Word is crucial to our growth as Christians and to attaining a closer walk with Him. Word Alive is a Bible Study group open to anyone, whatever fellowship they attend.

Rev Norman Cruickshank leads this series of Bible Studies in the High Kirk Manse on Tuesday Afternoons. These Bible Studies generally last for six weeks and take place several times each year, each focusing on a particular book of the Bible.

  • Venue: High Kirk Manse, Schoolwell St, Stevenston
  • Time: 2:30pm on Tuesdays
  • Frequency: 6-week Series as advertised
  • Next Series starts: 25th April 2017
Revival Fellowship
As well as being a place to belong, it is very important that the High Kirk should be a place where you can grow. On a Friday night we therefore meet together to encourage one another in our spiritual growth.

We have an extended evening of Praise, Share and Prayer. We meet to pray for a Personal and National Revival. We long to see the Spirit of God move upon our communities in power.
  • Leader: Rev Scott Cameron
  • Timing:
    • 7:30pm: Praise
    • 8:00pm: Share Time
    • 9:00pm: Prayer
    • 9:30-10:00pm: Food & Fellowship
  • Venue: High Kirk Manse
  • Occurrence: Weekly
    (apart from July & August)
  • Purpose: Christian Spiritual Growth & Prayer for Revival
House Groups
Encourage, Edify, Empower, Equip...
House Groups are relatively small groups of Christians who meet in each others' houses each week for mutual encouragement, discipleship, Bible Study, to pray together and for rich fellowship.

There are a few House groups operating within the High Kirk, some consisting of just two or three people, and some slightly larger (up to a dozen people or so).

House groups are a great way to get to know people in the church in a more intimate, relaxed environment, to experience a closer walk with the Lord, to identify, develop and use your spiritual gifts, and to learn from fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.

They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
(Acts 2:42 NIV)

Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts.
(Colossians 3:16 NIV)