Opening for worship
We opened for Sunday Services on Sunday 25th April 2021 and will continue our regular service in the morning at 11.00am.
Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions the number of places will be limited and a booking system will operate.
To book a place for a Sunday Service please phone Jim Millar on 01259 217361 between 7pm and 9pm from Monday to Thursday.
We will be taking all the necessary precautions to ensure your visit is low risk using the following measures.
· Access to the church will be from the High Street entrance only. The Lych-gate will be locked and there will be no use of or access from the Bruce
Memorial Hall car park.
· The church will be sanitised as necessary.
· Sanitising hand gel will be available for use when entering and leaving.
· Please wear a face mask at all times and if you don't have one then you can uplift one at the door upon entry.
· A steward will direct you to your appointed seat to ensure social distancing. The steward will provide instruction on how and when it is safe to
leave after the service.
· Please maintain social distancing when arriving and leaving.
We want to welcome all those who wish to come but anyone who is in a vulnerable group that puts them at higher risk of serious consequences from infection should carefully consider whether this is an appropriate time for them to attend.
In the meantime we will continue to post the Sunday Service in written format on the church website.
Please do not attend if you have symptoms of Covid-19.
Welcome to our Church, and welcome to our website, which we hope will be of great interest to you. Clackmannan Church is a lively, friendly and welcoming family of people who get together to worship God and to serve the local community. Our congregation shares close links with other local groups as well as being actively involved in promoting and supporting aid to countries world-wide.
Clackmannan Church is situated in the town and county of Clackmannan, more commonly referred to locally as the ‘Wee County’, located in the central area of Scotland. The Church plays a full role in the life of the community and our members are closely involved in the life of the town.
Wherever you are in the world we hope you enjoy your visit to our website and find the online information about our services and church organisations, church news and intimations of forthcoming events, resources and news about our faith, work, mission and services useful. We have also included information and links to other wider community groups with a strong interest in improving the life of the local community.
If you stay locally, or visiting the town and parish, why not come along and join us for worship on a Sunday morning? We would be delighted to welcome you.
Feel free to explore these pages and find out more about us. Furthermore if anything on these pages interests you or you would like to share with us, we would be delighted to give you more information and would welcome you to try things out for yourself.