Carriden Parish Church Scotland

Storehouse - Christmas Chocolates

"Carriden Church are being asked to supply selection boxes/novelty chocolates for distribution to disadvantaged households as per last year. Since we have a limited number of services in church we have decided that items should be dropped off at the Mission Hall between 12:00 and 2:00pm on

  • Thursday 3rd December
  • Thursday 10th December
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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.

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Latest News of Carriden

In line with Government Covid-19 restrictions, services will be held at Blackness (10am) and Carriden (11:15 am) on the following dates

  • Sunday 29th November
  • Sunday 20th Decembe

A short service is also scheduled for the Mission Hall on Wednesday 16th December at 1:30pm.

To comply with Government guidelines the church buildings have been adapted and changes made as to how a church service may be conducted. Additional volunteers will be on hand to keep us on the right track and keep us safe. You will find many of the pews taped off and seating limited to comply with 2metre distancing. You will need to wear a face covering and you will need to phone to book your place as seating is limited. This should be done by 7pm on Friday evening and the phone number to book a place is 01506 797610.

Book early to avoid disappointment.

While the new procedures are not difficult, it will be important to stay alert and obey all the signs.

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News Letter

A copy of the latest Church Newsletter is now available

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Carriden Walks

"Due to present Covid19 situation, all walks are suspended until further notice"

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Church Service

Because of the Coronavirus, all church services in Carriden and Blackness are suspended. Therefore no CD's will be available

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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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