We’re a busy church, with over 40 organisations and groups and there’s something for everyone.

Discovery Groups

Discovery Groups have now recommenced. For information contact Rosie or the pastor.

Small Study Groups

More details to follow.

Worship Groups

Banner Group

This wonderfully skilled group produces the banners which decorate our Church. They also produced a banner specially for a Church in Belarus.

Evangelism Groups


If you’re experiencing difficulty in your life right now or you just need someone to talk to, we’re here to help you.

You may be in a situation where you are unable to come along to our church or have a friend or relative in hospital.

If you would like someone to visit please contact the pastor.


Our Church Newsletter is here to keep you up to date on what’s going on in Ayr Baptist Church.

Missionaries/ Full time Christian work

A number of our members go from Ayr Baptist Church to serve the Lord both overseas and here in the UK.

Parent and Toddler Group

Meet every Wednesday in the Church Lounge from 10am – 12 noon

Rainbows, Brownies and Guides

Wednesday Nights

Rainbows  Р5pm Р7pm

Brownies & Guides 6pm – 9pm


A Creche is provided during our services for young children.

Fellowship Groups

Lunch Club

We would encourage our Senior Citizens to join with us in this time of friendship and fellowship. We ask for £2 towards the cost of lunch.

Men’s Meeting Point

There is no age limit to come along and join the men of the church and their friends on Tuesday morning at 10.00am.

Occasionally we hear from someone coming and sharing with us but normally it is a games morning – snooker, dominoes chess etc, and not forgetting tea, coffee and biscuits.

Women’s Fellowship

The Women’s Fellowship meet from October through to March. The main reason we meet is to have that special fellowship together that ladies enjoy – to encourage and support one another. Our moto is “Serving God In Everything” and we try to do this in many different ways.

We begin our evening with praise/prayer/scripture reading, followed by demonstrations/missionary presentations/invited speakers/singers each telling of their own experiences and causes.

Tea is served at the end of the night with some good fellowship together and time to have a look at our craft table.