Gatehouse Churches Together

Members of the four churches in Gatehouse of Fleet have produced this publication. It provides contact details for each of the four churches.

 

Church of Scotland

Gatehouse and Borgue Parish Church, Castramon Road Gatehouse of Fleet

Contact: Rev. Val Ott 01557 814233

Sundays: 10.00am Morning Service.

On the 2nd Sunday of each month: a short Communion service is held afterwards.

Borgue Parish Church, Borgue, near Kirkcudbright

12 noon Morning Service on the 3rd Sunday of the month.


Roman Catholic

Church of the Resurrection, Riverbank, Gatehouse of Fleet
& Church of St Andrews and St Cuthbert, High St., Kirkcudbright (behind public library)
& St Peter’s, Dalbeattie

Contact: Father William McFadden 01557 330687

Saturdays: 5.00pm Vigil Mass in St. Peter’s Church, Dalbeattie.

Sundays: 9.30am Mass in St Andrew and St Cuthbert, Kirkcudbright

11.30am Mass in Our Lady and St Ninian’s Newton Stewart

Tuesdays: 11am Mass at St Ninian’s Episcopalian Church, Castle Douglas.

Fridays: 10.00am Mass in St Andrew and St Cuthbert, Kirkcudbright


Scottish Episcopal Church

St Mary’s Gatehouse, Dromore Road, Gatehouse of Fleet
& Greyfriars’ Church, Harbour Square, Kirkcudbright

Contact: Rev Stephen Hazlett 01557 620132 or 07900 231360

Sundays: 9.30am Sung Eucharist, St Mary’s Gatehouse of Fleet

11am Sung Eucharist at Greyfriars’, Kirkcudbright.

Weekdays: 9.30am Said Eucharist on Wednesday at St Mary’s Gatehouse of Fleet.

10.00am Said Eucharist on Thursday at Greyfriars’, Kirkcudbright


Assemblies of God

Gatehouse Community Church, Community Centre, Dromore Road, Gatehouse of Fleet.

Contact: Pastor Chris Barratt 01771 2029 535

Sundays: 10.30am Morning Service & Sunday Club – Communion 1st Sunday in the month. All-age service - Last Sunday in the month.

Midweek: Home Group meet regularly in Gatehouse on Thursdays.

Please telephone Pastor for details

 

Events Calendar

Events and activities organised by the individual churches and by Gatehouse Churches Together can be found on the Gatehouse Diary page here.

 

Recent News

Rutherford monument funding appeal

Will you help save the Rutherford monument?

The Rutherford monument at Gatehouse of Fleet is in urgent need of repair.  The top of the monument has become dislodged and if it is not restored soon it will collapse.  Erected by public subscription in 1842 the Rutherford monument commemorates the life and work of Samuel Rutherford the leading Scottish divine who was Minister at Anwoth between 1627 and 1639 before going on to become Professor of Divinity at St Andrews University and later Principal of St Mary’s College at the University. 

Rutherford’s great work Lex Rex was an attack on absolute monarchy, demanding that rulers should be subject to the law.  His work had a significant influence on the framers of the constitution of the United States of America.

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Big hearted gardeners brave the rain

Heavy rain did not worry Gatehouse's Nurture in Nature group, who came well prepared to plant out begonias at the Town Hall garden.  A group of five small children and their parents, later joined by others eagerly set to work and planted out two big boxes of begonias, which had been kindly donated by Dumfries and Galloway council.  

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Restoring the Town Hall garden

A grant of £200 awarded to the Gatehouse Development Initiative will help restore the Town Hall garden, which the Local Authority is no longer able to maintain.  With the Council’s agreement volunteers have already begun to restore this garden which is much loved by visitors and locals alike.  This activity is part of the Volunteering Matters Action Earth campaign which is supported by Scottish Natural Heritage.

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Tesco Bags of Help - Fun Outdoors needs your support

Fun Outdoors is an inspirational after-school group for children of primary school age in Gatehouse of Fleet in which children learn many basic skills like starting fires, campfire cooking, building shelters, whittling, safe tool use, using maps, arts and crafts, whilst playing games and having fun. Many (if not most) of the primary school aged children in Gatehouse have benefited from this group over the last 4 years.

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Newton Stewart Walking Festival kicks off with walk through Cally Woods

A beautiful  sunny day greeted  festival walkers as they set off for a walk through a thousand years of history.  With the scent of bluebells strong in the air, the walkers visited the Cally Motte before going onto the Temple and then heading for Cally via the sunken dyke.  The walkers made their way to the Mill on the Fleet by way of the old school, where they were able to enjoy a welcome drink before heading back to Newton Stewart on the bus.

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