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Church-Increase of Members attending

We have now been allowed to increase the number of people who can attend our worship services on Sundays, although for safety reasons we must still adhere to 2 metre social distancing .
We have been able to do that by increasing the number of ‘locations’ in the church, which can seat 1 person, a couple, or a family group, from 38 ‘locations’ to 54 locations as from next Sunday 16th May. This is possible by using the transepts and the balcony.
We will still use the same booking system as previously.
Although the church office will still take your name, phone number and the number of people attending in your group in the same way as usual, they will note it in a slightly different way. This should not affect you.
Entries and exits for everyone sitting in the main part of our sanctuary will not change.
For details regarding entries and exits fo the ‘locations’ in the transepts and on the balcony, please visit the church website or speak to the guides on duty who will advise you of your entry and exit points.

Important Announcement

We are delighted to be able to share this following item of exciting news:
On Tuesday 4th May 2021, Rev. Dr. Ruth H. B. Morrison, M.A., B.D., Ph.D., Minister of Clydebank Waterfront linked with Dalmuir Barclay, accepted in writing the unanimous invitation from the Nominating Committee to become the Sole Nominee of St. Mary’s.
Dr. Morrison, we hope, will preach as Sole Nominee in St. Mary’s on 30th May 2021 and further information will follow in due course.
Rev. Ian Taylor, B.D., Th. M, Interim Moderator.

Nominating Committee

Our Nominating Committee of thirteen people has now been formed, following postal ballot. We pray for the Nominating Committee as they embark on their task to nominate one person to the congregation of Kirkintilloch St Marys Parish Church to be our new minister.