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Episcopal Church

St. James's Episcopal Church, Ardbrecknish

episcopalchurch.jpgAll denominations welcome

All are warmly welcome at any of our services
We are part of the Anglican Communion, in the Scottish Episcopal Diocese of Argyll and The Isles
Services are the third Sunday of every month at 3pm and are led by The Very Rev’d Canon Margi Campbell (Provost of St John’s Episcopal Cathedral, Oban and Rector of St James’s) or The Rev’d Beki Cansdale (Curate at St John’s Cathedral).

During May to October, there are additional monthly Eucharistic services.
All details can be found on the Cathedral Weekly Sheet which can be accessed on the Cathedral webpages

The Provost can be contacted through the webpage contact page or directly

Consecrated on 8 August 1891, St. James's Church was built and endowed by Colonel James Thorpe of Ardbrecknish, a Lincolnshire squire who married an Argyll lady, Anne MacDougall of Lunga. Their son, Major John Thorpe, Scots Guards, who built the nearby Parsonage in 1912 with money from the endowment fund, was killed in 1916 during the First World War. This beautiful church is cherished by those who worship there and hold its history dear.

Hon. Secretary: Jon Strickland, Keppochan Farm House, Cladich, Dalmally, Argyll, PA33 1BQ.  Tel: (01866) 833287

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