St Angus's Episcopal, Lochearnhead

St Angus's Episcopal, Lochearnhead

Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: Callander Road, Lochearnhead, FK19 8PT
Local Authority: Stirling

Church Overview

St. Angus’s was built in 1888 as a private chapel by three local families: the Stewarts of Ardvorlich, the Carnegies of Stronvar and the MacGregors of MacGregor. The building is one of the most beautiful small churches in the Diocese.

At the altar is a beautiful reredos, featuring St Angus, St Blane, St Columba, St Ninian and the Annunciation.


Sunday services:

11.15am Holy Communion during British Summer Time

09.45am Holy Communion outside British Summer Time

6.00pm Evensong on 2nd and 5th Sundays of the month

Opening Arrangements


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St Angus's Episcopal, Lochearnhead


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