We invite you to join us for worship on Sunday 2nd October at 11.30 am when Rodger will lead the service and preach. There will be tea and coffee after the service and we look forward to welcoming you. The evening service restarts here this week at 6 pm.

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 Lochgilphead Free Church of Scotland is made up of ordinary people from different backgrounds who trust in Jesus, God's Son, as our Saviour and Lord. As a result, we have experienced his forgiveness, peace and hope.

 

Knowing the Bible to be reliable and relevant for today, its teaching shapes our thinking and lifestyle.

The centrepiece of our life together is when we gather each Sunday at 11.30am and 6.00pm to worship our great God, who, as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, is our Maker, Redeemer, Helper and Friend. 
 

We warmly invite you to come and join us.

 

WHO WE ARE

We are a congregation of the Free Church of Scotland made up of people from various backgrounds and ages. Our aim is to be a healthy Gospel church for our community.

 

We are dedicated to loving God, trusting in Jesus alone and relying on the Holy Spirit's help to become more like Jesus and serve our community and beyond in Jesus' name.

OUR STORY

The Free Church of Scotland congregation in Lochgilphead was formed in 1843 and OUR STORY is not just our history, but the opportunities and challenges of the present and our vision for the future.

 

Of the ministers who have served here, perhaps the most famous is Rev Kenneth MacRae whose published diary has been a help to so many.

WHAT'S ON

Sunday service at 11.30 am.

Sunday evening service at 6.00 pm on 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month. The evening service is in Tarbert Free Church on the 2nd and 4th Sundays.

Thursday 7.30 pm Fortnightly Bible study and prayer meeting .

SERMON AUDIO

Dr Rodger Crooks' sermons are available to listen to or download for free on Sermon Audio.

 

Current sermon series include Philippians, The Beatitudes and the Fruit of the Spirit.

Previous series include The Lord's Prayer, 1 Thessalonians. A Healthy Gospel Church, and Seven Signs in John's Gospel,

Mid Argyll has some stunning scenery, like this panorama from the top of Dunadd Fort.

How good it is to be able to see it clearly on such a bright, sunny day.

The Bible is central in our worship.

The reading, studying and preaching of God's Word helps us to 'see Jesus more clearly, love him more dearly and follow him more nearly'.