The Guild

The aim of the Guild is to unite men and women of the church in the dedication of their lives to the Lord Jesus through worship, fellowship and service. The Guild meets twice a month and enjoy a varied programme of socials, speakers and special events.

"Whose we are and whom we serve: Acts 27:23 ".

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OUR THEME for 2022/23:

Little Seeds Big Trees

OUR STRATEGY for 2021/24: 

Look forward in Faith

New Projects for 2022/23 session are Blether with Beat plus one to be decided

The St Andrew Blackadder Guild maintains a friendship link with the Women’s Fellowship at Martin Memorial Church, Gangtok

To find out more, please contact the Church Office or the Church of Scotland Guild website. 

The website will be updated with the new programme in due course.


Videos of our monthly Guild meetings are available on the Church YouTube channel, together with the weekly online Sunday morning worship services.

What is Blether with Beats?

Beat is the UK's eating disorder charity. They exist to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders.

Around 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder, with millions more supporting someone they know.

Beat want to see everyone with an eating disorder get excellent treatment at the earliest opportunity, and those caring for someone informed and empowered to support their loved one. We know that this ensures the best possible chance of a full recovery.

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Together we hope to help local communities in Scotland recognise the signs of eating disorders and understand how to support those struggling get the treatment they deserve.

At the heart of this project, are the powerful stories of those who have lived through the illness. Over the next three years, volunteers with lived experience will join Beat's training team to increase its impact, speak directly to decision-makers to demand greater action for those affected, and share their personal experience in local communities, as well as the message of hope that people can and do recover from eating disorders.