Carriden Parish Church Scotland

News Letter

A copy of the latest Church Newsletter is now available.

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Latest News of Carriden

Normal services have resumed in Blackness and Carriden Churches. Weekly in Carriden Church at 11.15am and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month in Blackness Church at 10.00 am.

Restriction Updates

With all restrictions now effectively removed it is no longer necessary to wear face coverings during worship, nor are we required to socially distance or use the one-way system around the Church. The use of sanitiser and ventilation will continue as risk reduction measures. As some may be vulnerable and still feel more comfortable wearing face coverings and keeping some distance around them, you are asked to be considerate of your fellow worshipers.

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Watchnight Service

Watchnight Service – Friday 24th December, 2021.

Watch a recording of the recent watchnight service which was streamed live from Carriden Parish Church. The service was led by Rev David Wandrum.

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Service (22 August, 2021)

(Recorded) worship for Sunday 22nd August, 2021.

Watch again the morning worship service from Carriden Church when we were joined by members of Bo'ness Old Kirk and St Andrew's Parish Church. Recorded 22nd August, 2021.

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Services - Videos

Worship for Sunday 17th January, 2021.

Watch a recording of the service.

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Church Service

Because of the Coronavirus, all church services in Carriden and Blackness are conducted under the rules realting to the pandemic. Therefore no CD's of the Carriden Service are available

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Storehouse - Food Donations

Thank you for all the donations of selection boxes and novelty chocolates. The response has been really good. Please continue to support Storehouse.

Christmas Post

Unfortunately due to Covid restrictions the Scouts are unable to do the Christmas post this year so there will be no drop off box in Carriden Church.

Minister

The vacancy has been sisted at the present time. Talks are being held with the three Church of Scotland Ministers and Kirk Sessions to establish the way forward for the Church of Scotland in Bo'ness.

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