Worship Services Online - Clackmannan Parish Church

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Worship Services Online

Services Online
The following information has been sent to all members of Presbytery and all Session Clerks
The Presbytery has compile a list of available online services, video clips and other resources which may be used whilst Church buildings are closed during the Coronavirus outbreak.
These will be updated regularly and posted to the Presbytery of Stirling website: https://www.stirlingpresbytery.org.uk/ on the NEWS page.
The list so far links to TV and radio broadcasts. If you know of any more which could be added to the list, please send details (including web-links) to deputeclerk@gmail.com .
Online Worship

Please feel able to share this information to members and friends of your congregation. The list is not exhaustive, and we welcome additional resources.
TV and Radio
Sanctuary First Online Streaming
Sanctuary First - Live worship every Sunday at 3pm - https://www.sanctuaryfirst.org.uk/blog/article/live-sunday-service

From around the Presbytery
Buchlyvie linked with Gartmore - No live broadcast but there will be a short worship clip each weekend. Visit the website: http://www.buchlyviechurch.org.uk/ for further details.

St Blane's - The Rev Gary Caldwell will be livestreaming each Sunday at 10am either a service from St Blane's or thoughts from his study. It can be accessed through the St Blane's Facebook page or the face book stream on the St Blane's web page  https://dunblanestblanes.org/
Stirling North Parish Church - Are streaming their service tomorrow (Sunday) morning on their Facebook page and on their website. They are also making audio recordings on CD for those with no internet access.
The live stream can be viewed here: https://stirlingnorth.org/whats-on/livestream/
They will have links to hymns, readings and prayers so that people can easily join in.
Tillicoultry - Will have a recorded "something" on  FB and their website
https://www.tillicoultryparishchurch.co.uk/welcome.htm every Sunday morning They are also making an abbreviated form ( 2 sides of A4 available) available in the local food shops from 8am on a Saturday morning, so that it is accessible to the elderly.  The Rev Alison Britchfield is also doing a daily thought every evening, either text or video,  which is going out on Facebook.
Killearn - Are looking to do some acts of worship using a Facebook/YouTube channel. Watch this page for further updates!
Dunblane Cathedral - Will be recording some form of worship that will go out via the Cathedral website. (https://www.dunblanecathedral.org.uk/) Further details to follow!
St Mark's Parish Church - Live broadcast each Sunday at 11am. Visit: https://stmarksstirling.org.uk/ .
Bridge of Allan Parish Church - a short 6-ish minute YouTube video with questions in the description and a link to a hymn to sing along with. In addition, this will be provided as a podcast too.  

Dollar - will be uploading a short service without any music, each week to their website – www.dollarparishchurch.org.uk

St Ninians Old Parish Church - It is intended that a short video will be posted on the Church  Website, https://www.stniniansold.org.uk/ ,  Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/stniniansold/ and YouTube each Sunday until this challenging time passes. It will consist of a reading, meditation, prayer and blessing.  Link to the service of Sunday 22nd March is: https://youtu.be/QQeS_EdLPYQ

Cambusbarron: The Bruce Memorial - Worshipping Together, Apart
Pre-recorded services available on the Church website at www.cambusbarronchurch.org, with CDs delivered to those with no Internet access, so we can continue to worship together on Sundays at 11am from our own homes; or at another time that suits you.

Drymen Parish Church - has video  recorded the Rev Alex McPherson’s Sermon for tomorrow and it will be available as a link on the church website - www.drymenchurch.org. tomorrow, Sunday 22nd March.   They are hoping to do live links in due course. Further details to follow.

Strathblane Parish Church – The Church sermons will be available by video on a Sunday morning.  They will be sharing the link on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StrathblaneKirk/ and the Church Website: https://strathblanekirk.wordpress.com/  The website now also has a daily blog with messages from the Rev Murdo Campbell, which can be found at: https://strathblanekirk.wordpress.com/our-messages-during-the-coronavirus-period/

Alva Parish Church - Are uploading an act of worship and a children’s’ address to YouTube. These will be available from 10.30 am Sunday morning and every following Sunday via the link on our webpage https://www.alvaparishchurch.org.uk/sermons-1

Killin & Ardeonaig Parish Church – Will be providing worship resources via the Church Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/killinkirk/

Allan Park South - Keep an eye on https://www.apschurch.com/live-streaming as they will have some music and worship on there!

Clackmannan Parish Church - Rev Rae Clark has and intends to provide a textual based service on the Church website for all congregational members and, of course, anyone else who would like to follow that can access it by going to the church website at:   https://www.clackmannankirk.org.uk/

Clackmannan Parish Church of Scotland
Port Street
FK10 4JH

Tel: +44(0) 1259 214238
Email: office@clackmannankirk.org.uk
Charity Registered in Scotland SC002324

We are a Church of Scotland congregation and believe that God has called His people in Clackmannan Parish Church, under His guidance, to be a congregation committed to sharing Jesus' Word and Love with the community.
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