Kilfinan Church and
As you will know the Covid 19 pandemic resulted in many places being closed for a considerable period. This resulted in the closure of all Churches and associated buildings in the United Kingdom. During this time Rev David Mitchell has been posting weekly reflections presented from the Sister Churches in turn on the West CowalWeb Site.
Recent relaxation in the rules mean that it is now possible to open Kilfinan Church for weekly worship with some restrictions. Social distancing rules mean it is necessary to book in advance by contacting Nick Ferguson on 07770 496896 or firstname.lastname@example.org Visiting our our Lamont Gallery and local history room at Kilfinan is,unfortunately, not yet permitted. In the mean time please visit the West CowalWeb Site where you can still listen to or watch David’s reflections.
You can find our more about the Kilfinan Heritage centre by visiting the Lamont Vault page on this site. The necessary closure of the centre to visitors could of course have resulted ina considerable loss of income but the continued generosity of our many friends at home and abroad has allowed funds to grow by£2098 to £8614.
We look forward to seeing you soon and would welcome feedback by following the instructions on our Contact Us page.
Kilfinan Church For more pictures go to The Lamont Vault page.
Outside of finished Project
Floor Mounted Stones from Above
Inspecting the Glas Screen
Last updated: 9 May 2021 at 3.45 pm
Clan MacEwen Gathering
On the Weekend of May 31 to June 2 2020 the MacEwen Clan held what was believed to be their largest gathering in one place this century. It provided an opportunity for the members to meet their Commander, Sir John McEwen and to sign a petition of support for his appointment as Chie, to be submitted to Lord Lyon.
On the final day a packed Church witnessed the “Kirkin O’ The Tartan” accompanied by the skirl of the pipes.
Friends of Kilfinan Parish Church
Secretary: Margaret Sutherland, Drum Cottage, Kilfinan, Argyll, PA21 2ER
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One of the graves in the Churchyard is a designated War Grave from WW 1
It is that of Alexander Weir (Plot 135) who was an Able Seaman with the Mercantile Marine Reserve who died on 19 October 1915 in the service of his country.
Kilfinan Parish Church
Services are held every Sunday at 12.15pm
All are welcome to join us.
Minister: Rev David Mitchell, West Cowal Manse, Kames, Tighnabruaich, Argyll, PA21 2AD
Telephone: 01700 811045
Service of Remembrance
Subject to the expected easing of restrictions the Annual Service of Remembrance will be held at 12.15 PM on Sunday 9 November.
After the service there will be a laying of wreaths at the War Memorial.
All are invited to a Soup and Sandwich Lunch in the Village Hall afterwards. All proceeds will go to the Erskine Hospital.
To purchase a copy of Dance to Your Daddy for £6.00 (including UK postage) contact Bob Marshall. email@example.com.
(Dance to Your Daddy is also available on Amazon).
This edition is sold to raise money for Mary’s Meals. I will update this website to record book sales and money donated.
Dance to Your Daddy is also available in pdf format.
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Christmas and Easter Services
As is our custom two special services will take place at Kilfinan over the Christmas period. The first of these will be the Christingle service on the Sunday before Christmas at 3.00 pm. This is specially suitable for children. The other service is on Christmas Day at 11.00 am.
Each year we also host two special services during Holy Week. The first of these is on Maunday Thursday and the second on Easter Sunday.
These services are always well attended.
The Late Jean Marshall
Many visitors to this site will have fond memories of Jean Marshall, painter, author and talented musician who for many years provided the music for our services.
Her son Bob has arranged for her book, “Dance to your Daddy” to be reprinted with some additions,