Encouraging People to 

Follow Jesus Christ

Welcome to St. Fillan’s Church, Aberdour. We are a warm and friendly semi rural parish church offering a traditional style of worship whilst reaching out to its community seeking to help, pray for and serve others in Jesus’ name.

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.

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Minister:
Rev Peter Gerbrandy-Baird

Worship:
10.30am every Sunday. The church is open but due to Covid-19 restrictions the numbers are limited, so booking is recommended – see the Reopening pageThe service is also available online each Sunday – see below and in News and available in ‘paper’ format by email.

Open Hours:
The Church is currently closed due to Covid-19. You are welcome to visit the church yard and enjoy the tranquility.

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Reflections from the Pew 19

The first documented consumer cooperative was founded in 1769, in a barely furnished cottage in Fenwick, East Ayrshire, when local weavers bought a sack of oatmeal and began selling the contents at a discount, forming the Fenwick Weavers' Society. In 1810, Rev. Henry...

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Worship for Sunday 28th November

Sorry, once again there is no online service, but see below for the Reflections from the Pew and new information on names on the WW1 & WW2 War Memorial. New week there will be an online Advent Songs of Praise. You are invited to submit your carol/hymn/song...

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WW2 War Memorial

WW2 War Memorial

A second new page has been added to the website giving information on the WW2 names on the War Memorial at the church hall, it is available here. This supplements the new page giving information on the WWI names, it is available here. It is interesting to compare the...

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Reflections from the Pew 18

Cadbury was established in Birmingham, England in 1824, by John Cadbury, a Quaker who sold tea, coffee and drinking chocolate. As a Quaker he was barred from University and the Professions, therefore like other Quakers (Fry & Rowntree) went into business. Part of...

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