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Periodically, there will be featured articles published on the website. Some may relate to the history of the Church, others will be current events.

Light for Lives

Light for Lives The Church of Scotland is encouraging people of all faiths and none to light a candle in remembrance of those who have passed away in the last year on the anniversary of the first lockdown on Tuesday 23 March 2021 at 7pm. As we take time to reflect and remember, this ‘Light …

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Stewardship – Gathering

Tuesday 9th October 2018 Some photos taken at the gathering event, held as part of our ongoing stewardship campaign. A well attended, informative evening which showcased both the work of the Church and highlighted the efforts of all the organisations who meet in the halls. Thanks to everyone who was able to attend and to all …

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Celebration Service 2018

Sunday 25th February 2018 What a fantastic day! We celebrated Founders’ Day of Scouting during morning worship and were joined by Brownies, Guides, Cubs and Scouts. Our oldest member and elder, Mr John Kerr, received a long service award signed by the Moderator of the General Assembly in grateful appreciation of his dedicated service to …

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Easter Breakfast 2017

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Summer Mission 2016

A selection of photos from the Stevenston Churches Joint Summer Mission 2016 which ran from 23rd-31st July. As you can see, our events were very well attended and enjoyed by all!  

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From the Archives

From the Archives – Listen Again  Sunday 25th November 2001 – Morning WorshipPreacher: Rev. John M. M. Lafferty

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Morrison Memorial Window

The following is an extract of an article from the 1937 Jubilee Booklet: The Morrison Memorial Window An outstanding figure in the congregation throughout many years past was James Morrions, Esq., J.P. Mr Morrison truly learned that “it is more blessed to give than to receive,” and of his generosity the Church and his fellows …

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B & J Tours

B and J Tours (1998-2011) B and J Tours differed somewhat from other prestigious tour operators in having no authority whatsoever to conduct their business in the way they did. However, despite destinations as far a-field as Llandudno, Coventry, St Anne’s and Lossiemouth, no insurance claims ever arose, all participants survived, and Christian Aid benefited …

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