There are a number of Groups and Activities running in the Church Halls for young people and adults.

Some are run by the Congregation, some are run by outside organisations who hire the Hall.

If you would like to hire the Hall, then please contact the Church office.

Airyhall Dancers

A group of young people and adults who enjoy dancing together and meet about once a month on Sunday, normally early evening.

We take part in the Aberdeen Scottish Country Dance Festival and we recently went to the Festival in Newcastle.

If you perhaps danced at school or would like to try Scottish Country Dancing just come along. It’s always fun with the Airyhall Dancers. The class is led by Angela with live music from her husband, Graham. More details from the Church office.

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Badminton (Tues eve)

We are a group of enthusiastic badminton players meeting on a Tuesday evening from 6pm until 8pm. Our age group is varied and we welcome anyone who is interested in playing and also enjoy the social chat that we have. Contact the Church Office for more information.

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Ladies Badminton (Thur am)

Thursday morning Ladies Badminton Club meets in the Couper Hall 09.30 -12.00 and costs £15 per term. All abilities welcome.


Held in the Coupar Hall on Thursday afternoons from 2.00pm – 4.00pm from October to mid-April. New members welcome. Contact the Church office for more details.

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Buchan Association

We meet in the Couper Hall on alternative Wednesdays from the Church Guild from September to April. Meetings start at7.30pm with entertainment for an hour, then a break for a cuppa, followed by another half hour from the performers. Meetings finish at 9.30pm and all are welcome.

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The four part church choir plays an important part in worship each Sunday morning between September and June, singing an introit and anthem. The musical style is varied from traditional anthems to more modern pieces.

The choir also performs for occasional charity concerts. Choir practices are held on Sunday morning at 10.00am and occasionally on weekdays for special events.

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Church Band

The band comprises of a variety of instruments, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, guitar and keyboard and plays at several services during the year. Rehearsals are held on Sunday morning before the service. The band, like the choir, plays occasionally at local care homes. For more information, please contact the Church office.

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Craft Group

A group of ladies with an interest in sewing, knitting and crafts meets in the Douglas Lounge every Monday at 7.30pm between September and April.  For more information contact the Church Office.

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Garden Tidy Up

Time for the Garden Gang to do the big tidy up to keep the Church Grounds as beautiful as always. All welcome to come along and help – even if you can only spare an hour. No skills required. First Saturday of every month from April to November at 9.30am


We meet in the Church Hall on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month: 7pm September and April and 2pm October to March. Meetings are open to both men and women and begin with a short act of worship followed by a speaker.


Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9.45am. It is the original dance party workout, blending dance with Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and strength training. One 55-minute session can burn up to 600 calories. The results? Long, lean muscles and an undeniable mood boost.

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Seniors Club

The Seniors Club meets on the first Wednesday of every month from 2-4pm in the Church Hall. This group enjoys a varied programme of speakers, quizzes and entertainment. If you are looking for some company and a cup of tea/coffee with cakes, all for £2, please come along. There are also occasional Movie afternoons on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2pm from October to March. Come and enjoy watching a film with snacks provided for £2.