26 March, 2017
Stonehaven Dunnottar Church of Scotland
Linked with Stonehaven South
Dunnottar Parish Church, now known as Stonehaven Dunnottar Church of Scotland, has a proud history of Christian witness dating back to the 5th century when the earliest church of that name was built on this site. The parish is on the south side of the town of Stonehaven and includes the Old Town with its harbour, part of the “new” town, a substantial rural area and the world famous Dunnottar Castle. The church is located beside Dunnottar Woods on the south of the town.
Dunnottar Church is linked to Stonehaven South Church of Scotland as a result of local reorganisation within the area administered by the Presbytery of Kincardine and Deeside. While both churches remain independent in most respects they share the same minister, the Rev Rosslyn Duncan, who previously served the congregation of Dunnottar.
Services alternate between their respective place of worship.
Looking toward the future the churches at Stonehaven South and Dunnottar expect to continue to offer the people of Stonehaven opportunities for worship and witness in God's service and to share equally with all other Christian churches in the Stonehaven area in preaching the Gospel and ministering to the people of God.
Current information on Dunnottar Churches' ministry, activities and contacts can be found in the present issue of the church's “Spotlight magazine”.
Quiz sheets for the Spotlight Quiz may be printed from the “Monthly Quiz” section.
Summaries of each Sunday Service can be read in “Sunday News”.
Details of up-coming events, both spiritual and social, are in the “Future Events”.
The location for each Sunday service can be found in “Worship Venues” page.
The special stops and times for our dedicated bus run are listed in the “Church Bus Route”.