Regular Activities that run throughout the year

Regular Activities


 The West Kirk Guild meets every other week between October and April with monthly summer teas.

We follow a programme of activities with speakers, social gatherings and fund raising for national Guild projects.

It’s a proven scientific fact that singing is good for you!

The Arbroath Male Voice Choir has a long tradition of music in the town and welcomes singers of all abilities.


In Harmony is a well-established ladies choir who welcome anyone who enjoys singing.

Meeting weekly in the Autumn and Spring we usually prepare for two concerts each year.

If you enjoy any kind of crafting, then this is the group for you.

Please get in touch for further details.


Toddlers @ West Kirk meet every Wednesday during school term from 9.15am to approximately 11.15am.  This group is not just for the wee ones but great for parents/carers/childminders to meet with other adults and have a good chat.  We have a weekly craft, lots of toys for the children to play with and finish up with song time.  We provide the snacks, which consists of toast, cheese and fruits and there are teas/coffees and toast for the adults.  The cost for each meeting is £2 per child with a reduced charge for each subsequent child of £1 each.  Payment preferable in term time block, however, weekly is also acceptable.   To secure your space the £2 fee applies when in attendance or not.  There is a maximum number for this group so please contact us for more details.

Our new session started on Wednesday 16th August 2023, so there may be some spaces still available. If you would like get more details or to have your Toddler’s name added to our waiting list please contact Liz Aiken as soon as possible on 01241 872429 or email her at alternatively you can contact Myra at the West Kirk on 01241 434721 during office hours, or email the office at and she will pass on your details.

Thank you.

 If you’re looking for friends to spend an afternoon with, playing a game or two, like listening to music and enjoying a blether,

then we welcome you to join us every week.

Meeting every Wednesday from Autumn to Spring for a bit of fun and exercise.  We welcome experienced dancers and those who’ve never tried it before.


Hello fellow dancers 2023/24 session is here, starts 13th September, 7.30pm in the small hall.  Open to all who enjoy music, friendship and fun, so come along and give country dancing a try!  All welcome.

Our bible study group meets throughout the year and we look at a variety of studies from books of the bible, to themes, to individual characters. 

It’s amazing what we learn from one another every week!


Quiet Space

Each week the sanctuary is open from 5.00pm until 6.00pm for a quiet five minutes or more, to stop and let the world go by or a chance to reflect and think of others.

At the same time we are around to listen.

West Kirk Youth Club

The new season of the West Kirk Youth Club starts Thursday, 7th September 2023. Following on from last year’s demand, we have decided to run 2 sessions this year – details below. We hope that this will allow us to provide a better experience of activities for everyone. The cost of 50p per week plus money for tuck remains the same.

Looking forward to seeing everyone!


Prayer is an essential part of each of our lives and it’s also powerful to share in prayer together.

We have a team of people who pray for our church family and our community with complete confidentiality at home and we also have a group who meet each month on Zoom to pray.


Come along to the long-established Friday morning Coffee Stop where everyone is made welcome.

It’s a great way to meet new people, find out what’s going on at the West Kirk and around the area and enjoy a cuppy.


DJ Club & Faithfinders meet every week at the same time as weekly worship.

After joining everyone at the beginning, we then have our own time and space for games, crafts activities and bible stories.


Donations of food to the local foodbank.

A fund administered by the Kirk Session is used to help those in immediate need.

Giving to Christian Aid through retiring collections, soup lunches, door-to-door collecting in the parish, and the ‘Tay Bridge Cross’ sponsored walk.

Annual ‘Souper Sunday’ service for the Church of Scotland’s HIV programme.

Annual retiring collection for SHELTER at Christmas.

Leprosy Mission via collecting phials.

Donation to the Dunfermline Samaritans.

Donations for nurse at Panihata Clinic, Bangladesh, via Angus Presbytery.

Giving support to the six projects of the Church of Scotland Guild.