St. Columba's Church of Scotland

Adult Activities

Activities for Adults

Friendship Group
The Friendship Group meets every second week on a Thursday afternoon. At present there are over 40 people attending. It is a group for senior ladies and gentlemen and there is a feeling of friendship and caring within the group. There are a variety of speakers and entertainers with something to interest everyone. Before the group starts at 2.00pm, i.e. from 1.25pm until 1.50pm, there is a very gentle seated exercise class to music, called ‘Movin’ Aboot,’ for those who wish to attend. It is a fun time and the simple exercises are not beyond the less able.

You can find our timetable for the year here. friendship group programme for 2016-17

Although the Friendship group started out for the more senior members of the congregation younger people are welcome.

For more information contact Janette Osgood.

Thursday Group
Ladies of all ages are welcome. If you are looking for something new to do over the winter months come and join us on alternate Thursday nights starting on the 10th September 2009 at 8pm on our opening night with a Buffet and Quiz Night. Our members are of varying ages some are members of the Congregation and some are not. We have outings and speakers on a wide range of topics and always time for a cup of tea and enjoy fellowship of old and new friends finishing about 9.30pm. The speakers and topics can be viewed here on the syllabus

If you would like to know more, contact Pat Burnett.

Indoor Bowling
Carpet-bowlers are a keen and friendly group at St. Columba’s Church. Our Church Bowling Club meets every Monday evening, in the Church, between 6.30pm and 8.00pm for indoor bowls. There are 20 of us, with a regular turnout of about 15 people. We use 2 carpets regularly and 3 carpets if there are enough people. Anyone is welcome to just come along and join us, whether they have played before or not. We welcome everyone.

Beginners will be given a helping hand and there is a supply of bowls available if you don’t have your own. Skill is optional as the bowls sometimes have a mind of their own! The atmosphere is very relaxed and friendly and provides an opportunity to meet other people and make friends in informal surroundings.

Like to give it a try? We’d love to see you. Come and join in. Or contact us.

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St. Columba's Church of Scotland
Braehead Way
Bridge of Don
Aberdeen
AB22 8RR

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