From Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May 2020 
in Bethany Hall, Shaw Road, Prestwick, Ayrshire, Scotland. KA9 2LN.
The 2020 Ayrshire Bible Readings will be conducted this year by:
David McAllister 
Northern Ireland

Stephen Grant 
Bridge of Weir

2 Corinthians

Details of arrangements and subjects are available on this website.  

A happy holiday, in beautiful natural and historic surroundings can be combined with the Readings.

Why not mix a week of profitable Bible study with a holiday atmosphere in Ayrshire where you can also relax and visit the sights and locations along this beautiful stretch of the South Ayrshire coastline with its many attractions. 
(Click link for more information in a new window Visitor Attractions)
If you would like further details of the Bible Readings or if you require contacts regarding accommodation for the week of the Bible Readings then these can be obtained by contacting the following:

Ian Steele, 103 St Quivox Road, Prestwick. KA9 2ER

     Tel: 01292 476238    steeleian@btinternet.com 

     or by email to : enquiries@ayrshirereadings.org

Alternatively, if you wish to check out a website of Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Ayrshire then click

Links to external websites are given in good faith for your information and convenience but we can accept no responsibility for their content.

A very warm invitation is extended to all.

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 Saturday 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
will take place on Saturday 2 May 2020
From 3 pm to 7 pm
  The New
Dreghorn Primary School
Dundonald Road
Dreghorn. KA11 4AP
Speakers Expected
To be announced

Tea Interval 5 to 6 pm
Ample Parking facilities
Believer's Hymn Book used

Location of the new Dreghorn Primary School