St Colmon is a rural church set in the Stinchar Valley, one of the most beautiful parts of Ayrshire.
The parish covers four villages: Colmonell, Barrhill, Pinwherry and Lendalfoot. St Colmon Parish Church is linked with the neighbouring Ballantrae Parish Church. We are a church keen to welcome locals and visitors as we learn more about what our faith means to us and how we can better serve God in our communities and in the world.
Sunday worship takes place from 10.00 am every week. Thankfully, as restrictions start to ease, with effect from Monday 4th April the wearing of face masks whilst in the church building for worship, attending weddings or funerals is no longer mandatory but should anyone wish to continue wearing a mask then masks will available if required. The church building will continue to be sanitised before each service and hand sanitiser is available in the vestibule. We would ask, however, for the protection of everyone that should you be displaying symptoms of Covid-19 that you take a lateral flow test before you attend.
Refreshments are served in the church hall after the service for a time of fellowship.
A Service is held at 3.00 pm on the 3rd Sunday of every month in Barrhill Memorial Hall.
On Wednesdays we hold our Coffee in the Kirk Hall in Colmonell from 10 am – 12 noon
If you require any further details or the services of the minister, please do not hesitate to contact the Minister, Theo Corney.
Sunday 7th August 2022
For our service today we looked at how we might ready ourselves for when our Lord returns or calls us home. We considered how we would like to be found, which is in a right relationship with God and others and with our tasks complete. God loves us and has provided his Son for our salvation. We need to live lives of thankfulness asking what God would have us do. If we know God intimately and are serving him, will be ready when the time comes. God desires that we know him and involve him with our whole lives. Through this he gives us joy and his blessings.
Rev`d Theo Corney
Call to worship. 506 How great thou art. Psalm 33
Prayer. 633 Thank you Jesus. Luke 12: 32-40
Prayers. 379 Jesus shall reign. Sermon
424 Lo, He comes! Blessing
Ayr Presbytery Mission Plan
To see the full document click here: Ayr Presbytery Draft Mission Plan
To see details of the proposed changes for Ballantrae and St Colmon see page 34
To see the latest newsletter click here: Newsletter Summer 2022
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30th May – “Christianity Explored” in the Kirk Hall 7 pm
1st June – Coffee in the Kirk Hall from 10am to 12 noon
5th June – Platinum Jubilee Celebration Service in church 10 am
7th June – Cafe Church in the Kirk Hall from 7 pm
11th June – Colmonell Fun Day – St Colmon is hosting the tea stall in the marquee from 1.15 pm
26th June – Service of Holy Communion in the church 10 am
St Colmon is hosting a “Christianity Explored” course running for eight weeks starting Monday 16th May at 7 pm in the Kirk hall, led by Maggie McNeill and Gwen Campbell for anyone who would like an introduction to faith or has been thinking about returning to church.
The church is providing the teas at the Fun Day on 11th June, so any offers of help will be much appreciated, both with baking and/or helping on the day. There is a baking list at the Kirk Hall.
Sunday 10th April
St Colmon Church 10am
Ballantrae Church 11:30am
Maundy Thursday 14th April
Communion Service in St Colmon Church 7pm
Good Friday 15th April
Service in Ballantrae Church 10:30am
Easter Sunday 17th April
Service at Ballantrae Harbour 7am. Followed by bacon rolls and coffee at the
Service in St Colmon Church 10am
Service in Ballantrae Church 11:30am
Service in Barrhill Memorial Hall 3pm
Saturday 11th June
St Colmon Church will provide teas at the Colmonell Fun Day
Ballantrae Church will be having a baking stall at the Food and Drink Festival
Saturday 30th July
Ballantrae Church Summer Fair will be at 2pm
To see this Newsletter click here: Newsletter April to May 2022
Every Wednesday we hold our Coffee in the Kirk Hall in Colmonell from 10 am – 12 noon for anyone who would like to attend. This is an informal gathering to share ideas and have a natter.
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