Welcome to the Scots Kirk Lausanne, Switzerland. We hope you enjoy reading about the congregation whose members are drawn from a wide area around Lausanne and along the shores of Lac Leman. We invite you to come to church and look forward to welcoming you in person at the Scots Kirk, any Sunday—whether you are simply visiting Lausanne or here to stay for a while, you are welcome!
Who are we?
The Scots Kirk Lausanne is an English-speaking Presbyterian
church serving an international and local congregation.
How can I get involved?
We invite you to join us for any of our regularly scheduled or upcoming activities, including but not limited to Sunday worship at 10h30.
Since the late 1800s, the Scots Kirk has attended to the practical needs of English speakers living in Switzerland.
Church Hall Rentals
Hire our facilities for your next event. We have excellent facilities which can adapted for any occasion. And we are modestly priced.
We have a not-for-profit organisation discount. For further information please contact: Properties Reservations Coordinator: email@example.com
Open Mic! Saturday 19 Nov : 6.30 pm to 8 pm : @Rumine 26
Open to anyone who would like to share their talent! Song, Dance, Poetry, Music....
Free food and drink! Bring friends and hang out! Share this invite with others!
Open Mic is just of the new expressions of our faith and church as we lookbeyond ourselves.
With vision and faith...
To build a growing community of people working together, for the glory of God and fulfilment of the mission of the church
We grow through Prayer, Bible Reading & Fellowship
Prayer and worship
Come to the church for our main service on Sundays at 10h30 and on Wednesdays at 18h30 for a time of guided silent prayer.
There is also the opportunity to meet with others for prayer at 10 am in the Fellowship Centre, St Andrews House, before worship on Sundays.
Use the time to be before God together, to think on God's glory and presence and to pray for the church, the needs of others and for the world.
Take time out. Time to be still. Time to be, rather than do. Time for God.
Each Sunday the doors to the sanctuary are open from 9.45. You are invited to come early for the worship service and to spend some personal time before the Lord, reading, praying or just sitting quietly.
We recently read through together the Gospel of Mark. Inour worship and in our personal devotions the Good News of Christ was shared again! Coming next will be a selection of worship themes around the call upon Christians to Pray.
Come join us any Sundays at 10.30
Sunday School and Youth Group programmes throughout the winter.
Look out for some new study ideas for small groups too!