St James’s was built as a private chapel for the Thorpe family in 1892. Charming stone-built nave-and-chancel church with a stone interior with fine series of monuments and excellent windows. Bells rehung 1991. Grass churchyard overlooking Loch Awe.
St James’ Ardbrecknish is linked to St John’s Episcopal Cathedral in Oban, whose clergy lead regular services at St James’.
Sunday: Third Sunday of every month at 3pm
During May – October additional services are held at 11am by visiting clergy.
For dates of these and further information – please contact the Provost through the website
These are arranged locally and are posted on the Church.
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