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Important Announce…

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.

Interim Moderator : Rev Ian Taylor.

Locum Minister : Rev Morris Dutch.

Video of services

In these difficult time of COVID-19, with restricted numbers who can attend or, as now, suspension of communal worship, it is vital that our Church still reach out to our community congregation and friends.
Services are filmed and carried on YouTube, premiered at the regular time of service (for Sunday,11.00)
While we miss gathering together for worship, YouTube does deliver two great advantages in that you can watch or re-watch at any time and we can welcome visitors from a’ pairts – indeed worldwide – whether these be our own folk who have moved away or even those who have never heard of the “Fort at the end of a range of hills” (Kirkintilloch).
Please join our virtual but very real service on St Mary’s YouTube  Channel

All are welcome

“At St Mary’s Parish Church, Kirkintilloch, we have around 800 members and a good number of regular visitors.

As well as the Sunday service, there are lots of activities during the week. People of all ages come along to join in, and they aren’t all members of the church. Everyone is very welcome, from tiny to ninety.

We hope you find your visit here useful, and feel encouraged to return to the future. Although we are happy to have you visit on the web with us, we’d be more than pleased to welcome you in person at one of our Sunday services”

Sunday Worship is at 11am

Services are held in the Church every Sunday at 11.00 a.m.

Young Church join us for the first part of the service before going to the Church Halls to continue their worship and learning. Creche facilities are also available.

On various occasions during the year, such as Harvest, a family service is held, at which children are encouraged to sit with their families throughout. These services are intimated in advance and every effort is made to involve the whole age range of the Church family.


are warmly invited to sign the visitors’ book in the vestibule at the close of the service and also to pick up a welcome leaflet

Hearing Aids

An induction loop hearing system is installed in the church. To make use of this facility please witch hearing aids to the ‘T’ position.


Visitors with small children are welcome to make use of the crèche during the service. Please ask any of those in attendance at the door for directions

Tea/Coffee and Biscuits …

are served in the large hall immediately after close of Service. Please come and join us for a social chat with fellow worshippers


All are Welcome

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