Gargunnock, Kilmadock & Kincardine-in-Menteith

Gargunnock Parish Church of Scotland                  Scottish Charity No    SC012154

Kilmadock Parish Church of Scotland                     Scottish Chariity No   SC012031

Kincardine-in-Menteith  Parish Church of Scotland  Scottish Charity No    SC000802

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what it is we do and why, and how you can get involved.










I am  Val Rose and I'm the Interim Moderator during the vacancy.  If you need the Church - I'm your first point of contact for funeral care, arranging weddings and baptism or for

more information.

Get in touch by telephone on

01259 722958 or email me by using the 'CONTACTS' page - using the button above.

Interim Moderators act in place of a parish minister,

For more info about weddings funerals or baptisms, use the drop down list by clicking 'WORSHIP'.


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Rural Matters: its God's own country.

10% of the UK population live in rural communities of less than 1000 people, and the vast majority of the British landscape is catered for in terms of spiritual care by the Christian churches, mainly through parish churches, and parish ministry.


The network of Christian congregations across the British countryside provide a disproportionate amount of the social capital, adhesion and community support to the benefit of national life.


A small congregation should not be mistaken for a failed large congregation, but valued as a congregation in its own right meeting the needs of less densely populated areas, sometimes in a more personal manner.


There are organisations whose purpose it is to support these rural churches, with information, advice and resources.

They also identify and highlight the needs and opportunities which are specifically rural in nature to government and national church councils addressing issues regarding.


    *     Food production

    *     Energy generation

    *     Tourism

    *     Rural Poverty

    *     Farming education

    *     Agricultural ethics

    *     Immigration & employment

    *     Care of creation - conservation & ecology




Click here to access the Arthur Rank Centre site.










The Church of Scotland's Mission and Discipleship Council has a Rural Group, whose focus is continually on  the Christian perspective on rural matters.

Part of its work is with the Scottisg Churches Rural Group - an inter-denominational group operating under the Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS).


These groups work in harmony with the Arthur Rank Centre  (ARC) to advance the work of the churches in Rural Britain

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