Whether you are new to Fintry, passing through, or have lived here all your life - Welcome. 

We are a friendly and welcoming Christian community, following in the Scottish Presbyterian tradition. Thus we offer hospitality to all who come, no matter what your age, background, culture or gender and no matter whether you come only once, or become a regular member of our congregation every Sunday.


This Week in Fintry Kirk

This Sunday services revert to their usual time of 9.30am


Our service on Sunday 18th November will be 

The Guild Annual Service

which marks the start of Guild Week.


Prayer Challenge 

This week we remember  again the people of California, where wild fire has caused so much devastation and appalling loss of life. At least 65 people have been killed and over 600 are missing and these numbers as likely to rise further. The towns of and Paradise in the north Thousand Oaks in the south have been ravaged and some areas are still not accessible to search for and recover bodies.

Please keep friends and victims in your prayers.


Kirk Notices 

Remembrance Day Service.

Our thanks to Alastair Dunblane, Reader of Dunblane Cathedral for leading our service so wonderfully appropriately, on such a special day. Our thanks to, to David Loosely who is all but our resident organist. His spontaneous hymn practice and anthems are much anticipated.

The retiring collection raised £189 for Erskine Hospital.


The Shoe Box appeal 

This year 90 boxes were donated by the local community. These were delivered to the collection point at Morrison's in Stirling. 

They will be taken to Glasgow where all Scottish boxes will packed into two pantechnicons prior to their journey to those in need this Christmas in Eastern Europe.


Joint Weekly Prayer Group

This meets every Tuesday at 6pm. All are welcome. Fintry Session House hosts the first meeting of each month. 

The remaining Tuesdays are hosted by Balfron Church.

This Week in Fintry Village

Christmas will always centre on the birth of Jesus.
A time of hope, happiness and goodwill to everyone.

How these celebrations developed into the annual season of pantomime is somewhat blurred.
Though generally thought of as English,
 its roots are in the 17th century and involve several European countries.


2018 Pantomine

Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs.

Rehearsals are proceeding a pace, sets are under construction,
props are being collected and a
cascade of colour is weaving its way into a multitude of costumes.
Thursday 29th, Friday 30th November,  Saturday 1st December
Thursday 6th, Friday 7th and Saturday 8th December
and there are Matinees on both Saturdays.
It promises to be a great show.
Watch out for the posters for times and ticket prices.

Christmas is, and always will be, about Goodwill

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