Our Mid-Week Prayer Meeting is now online!
Zoom by App/Website
To join the prayer meeting on your smart phone, tablet or computer you will need to download the Zoom App by visiting the Zoom website using link: -
To join the meeting you can click this following link just before 7.30pm each Wednesday:
If the link doesn’t work, just open the Zoom App, click ‘Join’ Meeting and enter the following:
Meeting ID - 977 797 9619
The Password for the meeting is: knockbain
Zoom by Telephone
For those who do not have a smartphone or computer with video and microphone, you can still join the meeting by phoning in from your landline or mobile phone.
Please note: This is a local rate number so you will be charged the same for any normal calls. Please check your mobile phone and/or landline provider to check if you will be charged.
Please follow these steps to dial in by telephone:
1. Dial 0131 460 1196
2. You will hear a message saying “Welcome to Zoom, enter your meeting I.D. followed by # key”
3. Enter the meeting I.D. which is: 977 797 9619 then press the # key
4. You will then be asked to enter participant I.D. or to press the # key. IGNORE this part and just press the # key only
5. You will then hear a message “Please enter meeting password followed by #”
6. Enter the meeting passcode which is 504982 then press the # key
7. You will then hear a message welcoming you to the meeting and telling you how many other people are also participating.
8. You may be placed on hold and hear music until the meeting starts.
What happens at a Prayer Meeting?
Everyone is welcome to join our time of prayer together. If you have never been to a prayer meeting and are unsure what to expect please do not worry or let that put you off. We have people from all ages attending, from our latest new born baby to some of our elderly neighbours; all are warmly welcome. For practical reasons everyone is muted to avoid feedback and having your video/webcam on is also optional. We sing some psalms together and read the Bible then our minister will give a short talk and ask male members of the church to pray.