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The 2020 Ayrshire Bible Readings have been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis. 

Please note that evening ministry recordings from previous years dating back to 1974 are now available to download from the Christian Recording Fellowship website. 

Click on the logo below to access the site, and then once on the home page, select 'Browse by Set' and the evening ministry recordings from each year are listed with the prefix 'ABR'<year>

Christian Recording Fellowship

A wide variety of other recordings are also available on the site on many topics by well known and widely recognised bible teachers. 
 








Located on the Ayrshire coast, Prestwick is located between Ayr to the south and Troon to the north. The town's travel links ensure that Prestwick is probably the most accessible town in Scotland. Glasgow Prestwick airport is less than half a mile from the town centre and from Bute Hall, where the Bible Reading are held each year.

Did You Know?

  • Prestwick was founded in the 10th century and it's name means 'Priest's farm' or 'Village of the Priest'
  • Prestwick is Scotland's oldest baronial burgh.
  • Prestwick is the only coastal town in Ayrshire that does not have a harbour.

The annual conference in the nearby town of Dreghorn in Ayrshire takes place on the first Saturday in May each year which this year is  before the start of the Ayrshire Bible Readings. 
Visitors attending the Readings may wish to extend their stay in order to attend the Conference. 


Ebenezer Hall, Dreghorn 

Annual Conference
 
on Saturday 2 May 2020
 
Has now been cancelled due to the 
coronavirus pandemic
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