Encouraging People to
Follow Jesus Christ
The church is one of the finest examples of Norman architecture in Scotland. This ‘miniature Cathedral’ sits in its own graveyard with views over the Forth to Edinburgh. The nave and chancel date from 1123. It was enlarged in the 15th century by the addition of a side aisle, and in the 17th by the small transeptual aisle. The church fell into disrepair in the 18th century and was restored in 1925.
St. Fillan’s Church will celebrate its 900th Anniversary in 2023.
Rev Peter Gerbrandy-Baird.
10.30am every Sunday (including St Fillan’s Youth during term time). Held in the Church Hall the last Sunday of every month.
Covid-19 – The church is open for worship but as numbers are limited, booking is required – see the Reopening page. The service is also available online each Sunday – see below and in News and available in ‘paper’ format by email.
The Church is currently closed due to Covid-19. Please refer back for updates.
The Nativity window is one of two that were commissioned by the church for the millennium. The Kirk session chose Nativity and Baptism as the subjects and Roland Mitton a member of the British Society of Master Glass Painters designed them. They cost £6,000, so at...
Crazy Path I enter through the iron gatesand wander through the arch.Past skull and crossbones mossed withthe passage of time.Along the crazy path in the stillness,apart from the gentle flutter of a bird swooping past.In this crazy world.Past tombs and head stones...
Today is Christ the King Sunday or Stir Up Sunday as people used to begin making Christmas Puddings on the Sunday before Advent. The service is conducted by the minister, the readings are from a member of the congregation from their home. Hymn Praise my soul the King...
The Christian Aid Christmas appeal this year centres around the effect of climate change especially in Ethiopia, the country at the centre of St. Fillan's Christian Aid project a few years ago. In particular their work in partnership with the Scottish Government to...