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Post Code DD11 4RD Scottish Charity Number 003049
Worship : Christmas What’s On?
Carols in the Corner Bar
(Date to be arranged.)
Parkgrove Memorial Service
15th December 2 p.m. at Parkgrove
Inverbrothock School Service
18th December 10 a.m.
Family Nativity Service
22nd December 11.30 a.m.
Carol Singing in Tarriebank
24th December 2 p.m.
Carol Singing in Cairnie Lodge
24th December 3 p.m.
Christmas Eve Family Service
24th December 6 p.m.
24th December 11.15—11.30 p.m.
24th December 11.30 p.m.
Christmas Day 11 a.m. in Knox’s Church
19th January in Knox’s Church
We are a Church of Scotland Congregation and a warm welcome awaits you each Sunday at 11.30 a.m. Visitors are also welcome, on the third Sunday of each month, to our afternoon worship, held in the Hall at 3 p.m.
Find us in the Hamlet of St Vigeans on the outskirts of the town of Arbroath in Angus. Turn off the B933 between RM Condor and Arbroath at the sign for Kirkton Industrial Estate, but continue down the straight stretch of road until the bend where round the bend there is a no-through-road sign for a road on the left. Turn into this road and you will find us down the hill. To the other side of the church there is a car park.
From the other side we can be reached from the A92, the main Montrose to Arbroath road, turning off (heading towards Arbroath) to the right after the Meadowbank Inn/Milk Bar (and before the Golden Lion Garage). Continue along the srtaight stretch of road, and round the corner turn right to head out to the country again. At the foot of that hill (Tarry Brae) there is a no-through-road to the left. Take that and park in the car park.
Refer to the Google Map under “Find Us” in the menus on the right.
Our Mission Statement:
St Vigeans Church aims to be a friendly, welcoming, forward thinking family,
serving God and the local community.
Below, our lovely building
Gifted to Arbroath Abbey in the 13th Century, and once parish church for the whole town, St Vigeans Church sits on its mound within the picturesque and tranquil hamlet of St Vigeans.