Ministers of the Church of Scotland are authorised to perform marriages. The Church does not regard marriage as a sacrament and ministers are free to marry people who are not members of the Church of Scotland. The Church of Scotland also permits […]

Baptism is one of the two sacraments recognised by the Church of Scotland, the other being the Sacrament of Holy Communion. In the case of infant baptism the Church expects at least one parent or other close family member either to be […]

Viewforth Church was formed from a union between Gallatown and Sinclairtown Churches in 1977, worshipping in Sinclairtown Church which was built in 1878. In 1994 the Church was linked with Thornton Parish Church and this was successful until Presbytery dissolved the link […]

In October 1901, Glasgow artist and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh visited Dysart Kirk – then St. Serf’s United Free Kirk – to design a mural to go round the cloverleaf shaped walls. He was paid expenses for his visit from his employers, […]

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Dysart St Clair Church

West Port

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