Welcome to Dunbar Parish Church, a community whose aim is to:
Our services are at 11 am every Sunday morning and at 6.30 pm every alternate Sunday evening.
If you are new to church or have not been for some time, you may find it helpful to read the notes on our 'new to church' page.
How to find us
Our church hall is at 32A High Street Dunbar.
Our minister and his family
The Reverend Gordon Stevenson lives with his wife and two boys in Dunbar, as their two daughters are now away at University. Gordon was called to Dunbar in 2010. Over the last eight years, our church has seen God at work in many different ways; lives transformed, people called into full time ministry etc. We believe that we are a family learning and serving Jesus together so that we might discover God's vision for the church and share it with everyone.
Prayer is at the heart of our church life. Click on the image to find out more.
Church prayer meetings
Our church prayer meeting will be on Wednesday 11 April and Wednesday 25 April from 7.30 pm in the Eden Room.
We have two home groups that meet on Wednesdays. Find out more on the 'Adult group' page.
7Coming up in April
Our Sunday morning services will be continuing to look at the Gospel of Luke.
On Sunday 22nd we will be looking at Luke chapter 16 verses 1 - 10 and considering sin, forgiveness and serving. Our service begins at 11 am but you are also welcome to join us at our prayer breakfast at 10 am. Breakfast is available from 9.30 am.
We are studying the book of Ephesians. There is a day-time or evening group. You can choose either group or both, depending on your commitments. Everyone is welcome.
Sunday 6.30 pm Monday 1.30 pm
22 April 23 April
6 May 7 May
20 May 21 May
3 June 4 June
17 June 18 June
Listen to our series of sermons from Luke
Click on the link to take you to our sermons on the Gospel of Luke for this year.
Unfortunately we have had some technical difficulties this month. We hope to have the new sermons available soon.
Are you interested in reading the Bible but not sure where to start?
Why not look at The Bible in One Year, a free Bible reading app with commentary by Nicky and Pippa Gumbel. Nicky Gumbel is the Vicar of Holy Trinity Brompton in London. You can read or listen to the text. You do not need to do it every day but it is an excellent way to get started. of Alpha.
Not sure where to go for your summer holiday?
Refuel18 is the only annual outdoor Family Festival of Faith in Scotland set upon the stunning grounds of Gordon castle Estate, Fochabers, Morayshire. The Filling Station invites you along from Monday 23rd to Saturday 28th July. Details can be found on www.refuelscotland.org.uk or phone 01343 610 230. This event is a unique Highland Christian Festival for all the family.
More holiday ideas for you and your family
Scripture Union offer a range of holidays for children in P5 up to S6. Look at their website for more details.
Do you live in Dunbar?
We would like to hear your views on Dunbar.
Click on the link to take part in our short survey.
Saturday 28 April 2018 at St John's and King's Park Church Dalkeith
For further information about how to book go to
Tickets are on sale at £5 from Liz Rankin:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 07910268330
Speakers include Kirsty Thompson, Lindsay Bruce and Margo Cunningham.
Coming up in April
Our good friend, Michael Veitch from Wooler will be preaching on Sunday 29 April.
The big Q is a bring-and-share lunch at the church hall on:
* April 30
from 11.30 am until 1.30 pm.
The ploughman's lunch is on April 26 in the church hall from 12 to 2 pm.