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Are you looking for a new church family to learn and worship with? We are a family of faith, hope, and love, proclaiming the good news of Jesus.
We are a friendly and welcoming faith community, open to all who come to us as we seek to live out our Christian faith in offering hospitality to all.
Buchlyvie Parish Church is part of the Church of Scotland. We welcome everyone to our Services and Church Groups.
At Holy Trinity, we offer a warm welcome to visitors, new residents and old friends.
Conveniently offering 2 Sunday services each week and a midweek service on a Wednesday
We think you'll discover an amazingly diverse congregation with many different gifts, talents and ministries, but with one single heartbeat.
We invite you to join us in worship at Callander Kirk. As our statement we aim to be a Gospel centered church that seeks to follow where God leads.
Welcome, St Blane's and Lecropt Kirk are linked congregations within Stirling Presbytery serving Dunblane and the area west of Bridge of Allan.
St. Columbas is not about the insular church but instead the church in the wider world
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The United Free Church of Scotland was formed in 1900 with the union of the Free Church of Scotland and the United Presbyterian Church.
Church of Scotland congregation in the village of Killearn to the north of Glasgow.
Our church is run and organised by a whole bunch of Volunteers who dedicate a huge amount of their own time and energy to keep everything tip-top.
We are a group of Christians who have found the joy of salvation in Jesus Christ as Savior.
he Christadelphians are a body of Christians that place their beliefs wholly on the Bible. ‘Christadelphian’ means “brothers and sisters in Christ".
We are a vibrant Baptist Church in the heart of Stirling. Our church family is made up of a diverse group of people drawn from various backgrounds.
Here in Buchlyvie we mix our faith with fun, friendship and fellowship, to serve God through love, kindness and care for one another.
North Parish Church is a vibrant, multi-generational, evangelical Church of Scotland Christian congregation serving God in Stirling, Scotland.
Designed by Peddie&Kinnear, 1886. Interior modernised for the centenary in 1986 by Esme Gordon.
We gather every Sunday in the assembly hall of Wallace High School in Stirling.
Built in 1860 to seat 600 and designed by Francis Mackison. The interior is largely as original except for the modern stained glass window.
Not only because you need something, but because you have something to be thankful for.