If you are a new visitor to this website, new to Muckamore Presbyterian Church, new to the local area, or new to what it means to believe and follow Jesus, then we want to welcome you.
Who we are
We are a group of ordinary people from different backgrounds, life experiences and ages. What we have in common is that we believe, trust and follow Jesus, the Son of the extraordinary God. We believe in the incredible news that through Jesus, his life, his death and his rising from the dead, that he has brought the unending, limitless, stunning love of God to even us. Our lives have been, and are continuing to be changed and impacted by this amazing news.
Come and see for yourself
One of the best ways to find out more about who we are and what we do, is to come and see for yourself. We would love to see you join us on a Sunday morning at 11am, where you can expect a time of prayer and singing to God, as well as teaching from the Bible. Or why not come along to some of the other activities throughout the week, which provide opportunities to get to know others in the local community, and to get to know God more as well. Take some time to look through the pages under the ‘What’s Happening’ section of the website, which will give you more of an insight into the menu of activities and organisations that meet throughout each week.
Ordinary people with stories to tell
We are a family of ordinary people of all ages, backgrounds, life experiences. Why not take some time to read some of the stories of people and families that are part of Muckamore, what makes them tick, why God is important in their lives, and what church means to them.
Getting in touch
At any point, if you have any questions, then feel free to submit a Questions Form. If you want to get in touch with us, then please feel free to submit a Contact Form, and someone will be in touch with you shortly. The address of the church can be found under the Contact Details section.
We really look forward to hearing from you, and to finding out more about how we can help, support and encourage you.
A final thought
God loves you simply because he has chosen to do so. He loves you when you don’t feel lovely. He loves you when no one else loves you. Others may abandon you, divorce you, and ignore you, but God will love you. Always. No matter what.
“I’ll call nobodies and make them somebodies; I’ll call the unloved and make them beloved.” (Romans 9:25)