Christ Church, Kincardine O'Neil
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On A93, North Deeside Road
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Small Episcopal church in the middle of Royal Deeside; built in 1866, this was probably the last building designed by William Ramage. Nave and chancel under a roof with a single ridge-line, embellished with pretty cresting and a belfry (restored 2006). Fine collection of mainly Victorian stained glass windows and charming wrought-iron railings enhance the interior. Organ, of c1850s, installed in 1998.
This church has resisted amalgamation and retrenchment by engaging its own Priest-in-Charge. Two priests have served recently and the result is that the congregation is larger than it was six years ago. Currently we are seeking a new priest. Meantime we shall be well served by our Rector, Lisa Eunson, whom we share with St. Ternan's in Banchory, by Lay Readers, Retired Priests and lay ministers within our congregation.
The services are strong on tradition and much use is made of the Scottish Prayer Book for services of Holy Communion (1st Sundays) Evensong (2nd & 5th) Matins (4th) and the 1970 Liturgy is used on (3rd Sundays). When there is a 5th Sunday our service of Choral Evensong with wine afterwards is a popular occasion not entirely because of the free booze. Full information of services and times is posted on our website. We have a small 4-part choir which started in 2008. The new Children’s Corner is an added attraction for those with small children.
Sunday: 10.00 am 1st, 3rd & 4th Sundays; 6.00 pm on 2nd & 5th Sundays of the month.
Note: Full information on services and times is posted on our website.
Open by arrangement - key from Filling Station opposite but please return it.
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