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Organisation

Granton Baptist Church

Details
Sunday 11 am

1. What do I do on arrival?

Our Sunday service begins at 11 am. On arrival, you will get a warm welcome at the door from members of our Welcome Team. You will then be given our weekly newssheet which includes the programme for the morning service. Following this, you will enter our sanctuary and sit anywhere you wish. Our sanctuary is very modern and consists of rows of comfortable chairs rather than pews.

If you arrive a little late, please do not worry about coming in when the service has already started. However, if you feel a little self conscious in doing so, there are chairs along the back wall.

There are three sets of toilets in the church but it may be helpful for you to know that there are male, female and disabled toilets on your immediate left as you enter the main church door.

2. What do I wear?

At Granton Baptist Church, we do not care what you wear! Yes before you ask even an astronaut suit! There is no dress code at all as people wear all different kinds of clothes, a diversity which reflects us as a people.

Some people wear jeans and a t-shirt, others shirts/ties or skirts/tops, whilst still others, the kilt or other national dress. In a nutshell, wear what you are comfortable in.

3. How Accessible is Granton Baptist Church?

All parts of the building are disabled-friendly and we have induction loop installed.

Tea/coffee

The service usually concludes around 12.20pm when everyone is invited to go into one of our halls for a cup of tea/coffee and a chat. We often have visitors at Granton and you will feel that in the welcome you receive at this time.
Ages
All ages
Days and Times
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Venue
99 Crewe Road North, Granton
EDINBURGH
EH5 2NW

Localities
North East 
Contact Details
Contact Telephone: 0131 552 0915
Contact Email: grantonbaptist@gmail.com
Website: http://grantonbaptist.org/?page_id=19350
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This record was last modified on: 10 July 2017