Rhema Scotland is a place to integrate, develop and have an outworking of your faith. A place where you will see the power of God manifested through serving others, growing into your calling and coming to know Jesus’ plan for your life.
Our chosen church name ‘RHEMA’ is a Greek word meaning “The Spoken Word” and is highly appropriate for preaching & teaching the uncompromising Word of God.
“Bringing the Word of Faith to Scotland is about acknowledging the great heritage of Faith that exists in Scotland, which has influenced the world through many great missionaries. Being filled with faith in God’s promises and planted in our homeland has allowed us to see God move upon his people and this great nation, Scotland.”
Living amidst the stresses and pressures of society today can often feel like an up-hill struggle. People are realising the importance of belonging to a family church and discovering the support that comes from being in relationship with others. Church is a safe place to land, a place of integrity, compassion and people who really care about each other.
In both our Edinburgh and Kirkcaldy buildings, Sunday Services are a lively, exhilarating time with praise and worship led by our dedicated, passionate and joyful musicians; with a sermon that addresses the issues in life and how to overcome them through the love of Christ.
* Child Protection Policy / Safeguarding Statement
Christian Centre Ministries (Rhema Scotland) recognises that child and adult protection are everyone’s responsibility and regards safeguarding as a priority within the church and ministry.
In the interests of safety and wellbeing of all vulnerable groups (including children, young people and adults), it has developed and operates a formal public protection policy, which is derived from the National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland 2014.
Christian Centre Ministries is committed to ensuring everyone working with children, young people and adults within the ministry has undergone PVG disclosure checks, is adequately trained and supervised and understands and follows the church’s child protection policy.