On this page you will find basic information about our services. On other pages there is more information and various contact details. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like more information or are visiting the area and would like to double check service times.
The information about services to your right.
Worship at Acharacle at 11am tomorrow or at Kilchoan at 2pm.
We'll be thinking about what baptism reveals about Jesus and it's relevance to us. The word 'woke' even gets a mention! (I'm a dinosaur - I had to look it up!)
If you look at the About Us menu and find Minister's Log, you'll find out that the minister has started recording some of her daily ministry activities. (It actually involves working more than one day a week!)
Five minutes of fame.
Visitors passing through Acharacle or visiting Kilchoan have been heard to ask, 'What do people do all day?' There is so much going on! Scenery to look at and clamber over, rivers to kayak down, fishing on lochs, rivers and the sea. Welcoming accommodation and fabulous food. Why not come and sample time in a beautiful remote and rural location?
People interested in their ancestry often ask if we can help.
We hold no records earlier than about 1960. Any records of burials would have been handed to the Local Authority at the time when Scottish Local Authorities took over responsibility for burials.
Church of Scotland congregations were asked to send older records of baptisms and marriages to the Scottish National Archives. Some have been released to local museums and archives. All have been scanned; the details can be searched through the www.scotlandspeople.gov.ukwebsite without charge, and images downloaded for a small fee.
The Ardnamurchan history and Heritage Association may also be able to help. http://heritageardnamurchan.co.uk/
To find us on a map why not try clicking on this link. 'Find a Parish' feature on the Church of Scotland web-site www.cos.churchofscotland.org.uk/church_finder/
Just a reminder that if you are shopping on-line and would like the congregations to benefit too, please consider shopping through this scheme. Thank you.
Meanwhile, there is a Foodbank in Fort William. Throughout the year, donations for the Foodbank can be left in Acharacle Parish Church and Kilchoan at Ferry Stores, where there are dedicated boxes for donations, from where the goods will be collected and taken to Fort William. Tesco in Fort William has a dedicated 'bin' for donations.
Please remember if you would like a listening ear, the minister is available 01967 431 654.
Alternatively, contact Ewen's Room which was set up by a partnership of a Church of Scotland Deacon and local people.www.ewensroom.com
Here's a link to the Church of Scotland page where there's a video about ministry today.http://bit.ly/1KDdbw8
The first photo is of the interior of Acharacle Church and the second of the exterior of Ardnamurchan Church at Kilchoan. Both pictures are available, for a donation, on a postcard from the respective churches. If you do want to copy these from the web-site please do consider getting permission first, thank you.
( All, unless otherwise stated, all worship will be led by the minister, Rev Fiona Ogg )
Worship at Acharacle
Sunday 5th - 2pm, followed by short communion
Sunday 12th - 11am
Sunday 19th - 2pm
Sunday 26th - 11am
Monday 27th - Messy Church, 3.30pm, Shielbridge Hall
( Feb 2nd - 2pm, followed by short communion )
Bible Study most Mondays at 6pm in the Church Chalet.
Monday 6th - 11.30am - 2pm
Lunches, teas, coffees at Shielbridge Hall
( then Feb 3rd )
Tuesdays 28th -
10.30am - noon Teas and Coffees in the Church Chalet, next to the main church building.
( then Tuesdays 11th & 25th feb )
All events - donation only, no set charges. Funds raised go to the maintenance of ministry in the Parishes.
Worship at Ardnamurchan - in the Community Centre
Sunday 5th - 11am, followed by short communion
Sunday 12th - 2pm
Sunday 19th - 11am
Sunday 26th - 2pm
( Feb 2nd - 11am, followed by a short communion )