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Allan Park South Church building to permanently close

Please click the image below to read the Letter to the Congregation from the Session Clerk, Peter Murdoch.

Stirling Presbytery Meeting - Park Church congregation are cited to attend on Thursday 1st October 2020 at 7pm

A formal letter was read out by Session Clerk, Peter Murdoch at the Sunday morning service of 27th September, stating that the congregation of Park Church, has been formally cited to attend the Presbytery meeting to be held on 1st October 2020 at 7pm (via Zoom), where Presbytery will formally consider the decision of Park Church Kirk Session to dispose of the former Allan Park South Church building.


We will have no opportunity to speak at the meeting, and will be in listen only mode, however you may still wish to listen in to hear the formal decision.


If you wish to join the meeting, please contact the Church Office on to be given the joining details for the Zoom meeting

ACORN - Reaching out in this time of COVID

From a recent seminar by the 'Church without walls' team came the idea of ACORN

Acorn is a simple method of helping Christians to connect with the activity of God in their communities. Each of the letters of Acorn stands for one aspect of the method.


A is Ask Every day - we ask God is there someone God is nudging us to connect with outside of the church family

C is Call - we wait to hear the nudge of God, that might be immediate or it might be that as we are going for our daily walk, or whilst shopping the person comes to mind or in fact comes towards us

O is for Obey - we simply pick up the phone or our video technology and we call the person and say how are you?

R is Report - we join a group of no more than six Christians and we share confidentially the story of what happened

N is Notice  - in the group we notice God together


Martin Fair has recorded a short follow up message to the seminar which you can find using the following link:


Here is the link to the recording of the webinar itself, if you did not manage to see it the first time. It's well worth watching....


If you would like any further information about ACORN, or to be part of the mentoring programme talked about in the webinar, please contact Robbie Morrison, he will be happy to help:

Will you consider giving online to your local church ?

The impact of the global pandemic Coronavirus has forced us to close our church buildings and stop many of our usual activities, but the vital work of the Church goes on and is needed now, more than ever.

In communities like ours across Scotland and beyond, churches continue to provide ministry, practical support and loving care to people from all walks of life

Our ministers and pastoral support teams are reaching out by phone or online to provide pastoral care and spiritual support to people who need reassurance, hope and comfort. Many are supporting our key workers and their families as they continue to deliver vital services. They are caring for bereaved families amid challenging restrictions.


A donation from you can help support the Church's work in your area and ensure the Church is sufficiently equipped and resourced to face these challenging times.

Whether you are a church member who wants to continue to give your regular offering to your own congregation or a friend to the Church who is moved to contribute for the good of your community, we want to help you support the Church in whichever way you feel led.

Through the donation form on the Church of Scotland website, you may choose to give a one-off donation or donate every month. You can opt to direct your gift to a specific congregation or contribute to the general funds of the Church for use wherever the need is greatest.

Click the image below to be taken to the Church of Scotland donate page.

Thank you for supporting the Church of Scotland in this time of unprecedented crisis.

Park Church Newsletter No. 2 - Autumn 2020

The latest newsletter from Park Church can be read and downloaded by clicking the image

Letter from the Moderator - A week of Prayer for our Church and our Country

Week of Prayer - Monday 17th to Saturday 22nd August 2020

Details of the week of prayer and how to join the 8am prayers and also the 8.30pm zoom prayers each evening, are available in the PDF document below. Click on the image to open this.

Stirling Observer reports on our fabulous community work during COVID

The local newspaper, The Stirling Observer, carried a wonderful double page spread of news about all the work we've been doing as a united congregation during lockdown with our community of all ages.

The newly united church, formed from the union of Allan Park South and St Columbas Churches, have worked cohesively together in this work, with lots of plans being made for the rest of the year and next year.

Welcome to the newest member of our congregation

Congratulations to Helen Moody and Dave Sellick on the birth of their first son, James David Sellick on the 15th July 2020.

Baby James was a healthy 7lb 6oz, and Mum, Dad and baby are all doing well.

Scotland's Churches Trust Newsletter - June 2020

Latest news from the Scotland's Churches Trust


Letter of encouragement from the Moderator of Stirling Presbytery - May 2020

Park Church Newsletter #1 - Summer 2020

Hope you enjoy our first newsletter from Park Church, Stirling.

If you have anything you'd like to be included in the Quarterly Newletter, please get in touch with us via our contact page.

The UK Blessing

Here is the absolutely wonderful 'UK Blessing' - a collaboration of many churches throughout the UK. #ThisIsChurch - Click on the link to view it.

Letter to the congregation from our Interim Moderator, Rev Alan Miller

Union of Allan Park South Church and St Columbas Church - Allan Park South hoped to remain OPEN as a Mission and Outreach Church Centre - 'THE HUB' - 6th Dec 2018

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