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 Worship Services Online

This is a note to tell you about two upcoming, on-line worship services which are for the whole Church of Scotland.

Saturday 16 May, 11am - live on the Church of Scotland website and our Facebook page

The Revd Dr Martin Fair will be installed as Moderator of the General Assembly.  The ceremony will take place in the Assembly Hall with only a few people physically present because of the COVID-19 restrictions, but followed by thousands of people across Scotland and around the world.  The service will be captioned and there will be the option of BSL interpretation.  Join us for an historic occasion and a clear statement that the Church is alive and active in these difficult days.


Sunday 31 May, 10-10.30am - Pentecost - streamed on the Church of Scotland website and Facebook page

The Moderator will lead a service to mark the birthday of the Christian Church, with contributions from many different places.  Like the disciples on that first Pentecost, here is the invitation to step confidently into whatever the future holds.  We would like to invite you to make this the service for your congregation on that Sunday, so that as much of the Church of Scotland as possible will be gathered in fellowship and praise.

TV and Radio

  BBC Radio - Sunday Worship


BBC TV - Songs of Praise -

  Sanctuary First Online Streaming

  Sanctuary First - Live worship every Sunday at 3pm -


From around the Presbytery

 Buchlyvie linked with Gartmore - No live broadcast but there will be a short worship clip each weekend. Visit the website: for further details.

  St Blane's - The Rev Gary Caldwell will be livestreaming each Sunday at 10am either a service from St Blane's or thoughts from his study. It can be accessed through the St Blane's Facebook page or the face book stream on the St Blane's web page


  Stirling North Parish Church - Are streaming their service tomorrow (Sunday) morning on their Facebook page and on their website. They are also making audio recordings on CD for those with no internet access.

The live stream can be viewed here:

They will have links to hymns, readings and prayers so that people can easily join in.

 Tillicoultry - Will have a recorded "something" on  FB and their website every Sunday morning They are also making an abbreviated form ( 2 sides of A4 available) available in the local food shops from 8am on a Saturday morning, so that it is accessible to the elderly.  The Rev Alison Britchfield is also doing a daily thought every evening, either text or video,  which is going out on Facebook.

  Killearn - Are looking to do some acts of worship using a Facebook/YouTube channel. Watch this page for further updates!

  Dunblane Cathedral - Will be recording some form of worship that will go out via the Cathedral website. ( Further details to follow!

  St Mark's Parish Church - Live broadcast each Sunday at 11am. Visit: .

Bridge of Allan Parish Church - a short 6-ish minute YouTube video with questions in the description and a link to a hymn to sing along with. In addition, this will be provided as a podcast too.