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29 March 2020Sunday Services online

During COVID19 closure Sunday services are being recorded and streamed online. All services can be viewed on our YouTube channel

 

28 March 2020Giving during Church closure

The Coronavirus pandemic is causing a financial crisis for many individuals, companies and organisations. Becuase of this Church of Scotland, Presbytery of Argyll, and Ardhcattan Parish are expecting a significant impact on money received through offerings.

If you still want to give to the Church please use a bank transfer or standing order, using thee details:

Account Name: Ardchattan Parish Church

Account Number: 00122554

Sort code: 80-17-99

24 March 2020St. Modan's temporary closure

It was good that some people were able to take advantage of the brief spell when our church building was open all day. It is with regret that we are no longer able to keep it open at the present time. Do keep in touch!

23 March 2020St Modans Church open every day

 
St Modans Church open for prayer every day

St Modans Chrch open for prayer during COVID19 crisis

Posted by Ardchattan Church on Monday, March 23, 2020

 

17 March 2020SUNDAY SERVICES TEMPORARILY DISCONTINUED

As from today we have been advised that Sunday Worship Services in St. Modan's Benderloch and all other Church of Scotland buildings are to be discontinued due to the spread of the Corvid-19 virus until futher notice.

Plans are underway to produce a weekly worship led by our Minister, by electronic means and for recordings of this to be available. More on this soon.

In the meantime, St. Modan's Church will be open daily from Saturday 21st for private prayer and contemplation.

 

23 February 2020A busy Sunday in Benderloch

St Modan's Church was full to almost overflowing on February 23rd. It was the annual 'Thinking Day Service' for our Parish Uniformed Organisations, when, following tradition, they gathered in good numbers to honour their founders, Lord & Lady Baden-Powell and to repeat the promises made when they were accepted into their various movements.

It was also a very special day for young Eilidh Buchannan who was baptised in front of many of her family and friends and all the members of the congregation.

Following the service and tea & coffee, many folk were able to make their way along to join the Guides, families & friends in the Victory Hall where a superb selection of soups and homebaking was on offer in support of Guide funds.  

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