Forthcoming Services

22 May 2022 at 0930.
Auchencairn : Rev. Alison Burnside

29 May 2022 at 0930.
Kelton : Rev. Alison Burnside

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Welcome to the The Bengairn Parishes Website.

Congregation No: 080421 - Charity No: SCO 16850 

 

The Parish Church at Kelton

The Bengairn Parishes are set in the beautiful countryside of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright in South-west Scotland.  The parishes are characterised by farming and land use in general and are closely associated with the market town of Castle Douglas.  Kelton church is set in attractive rural surroundings where services are regularly held.  The church has an Induction Loop System installed for hearing enhancement and has a busy church hall adjacent to the church building. Auchencairn church is in the village of Auchencairn, which has a school and shop/Post office. The manse for the  united charge is at the rear of the church in Auchencairn and is currently let on a short-term tenancy.

Bengairn Parishes is linked with Castle Douglas Parish Church. 

Reverend Alison Burnside is the Minister for the linked charge.

The Parish Church at Auchencairn

 

Have a look at our newsletter,/userfiles/files/14%20Spring%202020(1).pdf click here.

Au Revoir Christopher and Erin!!

Our service on Sunday (8th May) gave us a great opportunity to say a huge thank you to Christopher for his eclectic mix of inspiration, humour and warmth as he has so ably participated in all aspects of Bengairn Parishes' life as part of his journey towards becoming a Minister.  His last service was a defining moment, and it was lovely that Erin was there as well.  We're taking bets that it won't be the last time we'll be able to welcome them to one of our services, and we all wish them every happiness in their soon to be wedding!

Alison's Reflection for the Week (18th April 2021)

Here is a link to Alison's Reflection for the Week from 18th April 2021

https://www.facebook.com/alison.burnside.58/videos/10220208818636357

You may need to tweak the link a bit to get access to the clip, but hopefully it will all come good!

If you find it difficult to access the Reflection, please go to the Castle Douglas Parish Church facebook page, where it may be seen in its original format!

 

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