Every Sunday there is worship in this large Victorian Church building, sometimes caled the Cathedral on the Carse. Worship beguns at 9.30am.
Kincardine in Menteith Church which is on the A84 two miles south of Doune: The church is beside the local Primary school and close to Blair Drummond Safari Park.FK9 4UX.
Visitors are always welcome...there is always a word for the youngsters ................and wear something warm.
Evey Sunday mornings at 10.30am at the beautiful old country kirk, in the ancient village of Gargunnock, the bell rings, the organ plays and worship begins, using hymns old and new as folk enthusiastically give thanks to God. Children are catered for, and are part of this lively congregation. FK8 3BQ
In the historic village of Doune, made famous by Monty Python, there is a castle. There is also an ancient church building with clock tower, but we moved into a more modern venue in 2008.
You'll find us at 43 Balkerach Street, the main road through Doune, in what looks to be a terraced house.
Inside the surprise is a modern church and a friendly congregation who worship most Sundays at 10.30am, and who'll invite you to stay for coffee afterwards. FK16 6DF
Worship events last between 45 and 60 minutes, are informal, and family friendly. Childfren and their parents can relax with us. We don't expect children to behave like adults - or adults to behave like children, for that matter. We do enjoy welcoming new folk and visitors.
There will be some hymn singing, a time of teaching or inspiration based on a Bible passage. There will be time for prayer. We hope you'll feel at home in God's presence as we celebrate together the Good News of Jesus Christ, and seek the blessing of His Holy Spirit, in and out of the church.
Where will we be worshipping God
are OPEN this Week
for a SERVICE
Click on the individual
webpage for details
Sunday 11th July
at 10.30am at Gargunnock
An Audio Recording
of a Sunday Service can be accessed
via this link
(Note that the Filenames displayed contain the date
on which they should be listened.)
The above also links you to
a recording of the
for the National Day of
Prayer for COVID19
7pm each Sunday. This
is updated each week.
Live Streamed Services
are also available
See Stirling Presbytery
Website OR that for
CHURCH of SCOTLAND