Do all the good you can, in all the ways you can, to all the souls you can, in every place you can, with all the zeal you can, as long as you ever can. John Wesley
The Durham Hall: This is located in Durham Wynd, Lower Largo. It was originally built as a school in the 1890s. It was acquired by Largo St David’s in the 1950s, to be utilised as the church hall. Accommodation comprises large hall, small hall, meeting room, storage space, toilets and kitchen and car park. A major redevelopment and refurbishment is now envisioned to create a joint place of worship and community hub with modern facilities. The Stables: This church hall is located across from the church, providing good parking access, flexible meeting space, toilets and a kitchen for the provision of light refreshments.
Rainbows, Brownies and Guides: These meet in the Durham Hall on separate evenings during term time. Parents and Tots: This informal group meets weekly in the Durham Hall and the Stables. Knitting Group: This group meets monthly in the Stables, and the group supports a variety of charities. Attendees also support the Prayer Shawl Ministry. Open Door: This is run weekly, on Wednesday mornings and afternoons, throughout the winter, in the Durham Hall, providing refreshments and fellowship. Flower Arranging: Classes are held monthly in the Stables. The Durham Hall is also used by groups not associated with the church; weekly meetings of Largo Bridge Club. It is occasionally used for Community Council meetings and regularly for local councillor surgeries. The Stables is also used by groups not associated with the church; Mums and Tots, country dancing and two sewing classes meet weekly. Community Council meetings take place occasionally. Largo Cricket Club uses the facilities regularly at weekends and occasionally during the week, during the season.