VARIATIONS – PLEASE NOTE:

CAROL SERVICE – Sunday 29th December 4:00pm

NEW YEAR’S DAY SERVICE – Eucharist at 10:15

EPIPHANY SERVICE – Sunday 5th January 11:00am

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DAILY

The Church is normally open for private prayer during the day

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SUNDAY MORNINGS (EXCEPT FOURTH SUNDAY OF THE MONTH)
8 am: A said service of Holy Communion using either the 1929 or 1970 Scottish Liturgy
11 am: Family Eucharist using the 1982 Scottish Liturgy (except the fourth Sunday of month)

FOURTH SUNDAY MORNING
8 am: A said service of Holy Communion using either the 1929 or 1970 Scottish Liturgy
11 am: Matins, using the Scottish Prayer Book
12 noon: a said service of Holy Communion using the Shorter Prayer Book Liturgy

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FOURTH SUNDAY EVENINGS
6 pm: The Sunday Evening Alternative, held ‘in the round’ in the Hall
Using material from the Iona Community on Sundays in January, March, May, July, September and November
Using material from Taizé on Sundays in February, April, June, August, October and December

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MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY MORNINGS*
9.30 am:  a said service of Morning Prayer lasting 10-15 minutes

WEDNESDAY MORNINGS
10.15 am: a said service of Holy Communion using the 1970 Scottish Liturgy

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EVENINGS EXCLUDING FRIDAYS AND SUNDAYS*
4.45 pm: Evening Prayer

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If no one is present for Morning and Evening Prayer please feel free to say the Office using the books provided

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ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICES
The Catholic congregation in Castle Douglas had their own church, St John’s, in Abercromby Road, built in 1867. Due to structural problems, this building was closed and the congregation now worships in St Ninian’s. A service is held on Tuesdays at 11 am. Further information, including details of all Mass services for the week, can be found in their Weekly Bulletin, available on their website: rckirkcudbright.org.uk

The interior of St Ninian's, facing east