Every four years Prestwick South Parish Church holds a Reaffirmation Campaign. This allows members of the Congregation to review their spiritual and practical commitment to the Church in terms of their time, devotion, talents and offerings. The highlight of the Reaffirmation Campaign is a congregational evening where all members, along with family and friends, are invited to come together and enjoy a time of food, fellowship, encouragement and entertainment
To accommodate the large numbers that attend, a suitable venue is required. At previous campaigns, the location has been Belmont Academy in Ayr, however, this year Prestwick South acquired the Walker Hall in Troon which proved to be an ideal location. The night included a meal prepared by members of the Congregation followed by a Quiz and some entertainment. The highlight of the night was undoubtedly provided by pupils from Glenburn Primary School in Prestwick who performed some Scottish Country Dancing and performed a couple of musical items on their Ukuleles. The girls were a tremendous success highlighting their abundance of energy and talent.
It truly was a memorable night as different generations from Prestwick South Parish Church moved for one night only approximately 3 miles up the coast to Troon.
Prestwick Church moves along the coast 3 miles to Troon for night only. The Walker Hall in Troon provided wonderful accommodation for the congregation of Prestwick South where a great sense of unity and joy prevailed.
Food and Fellowship. At this table were a few of the people so instrumental in making the night such a wonderful success. The wonderful array of food was complemented by a great sense of fellowship at all the tables.
Local Talent hits the stage. Although the main act was the children from Glenburn Primary School, Bobby and Hugh provided their own musical contribution. This included a few golden oldies that encouraged people to sing along.