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

Web: www.greyfriarsstmarys.org.uk


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

Web: www.gatehousecommunitychurch.co.uk

 

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

Dyking competition to be held at Drummuckloch Gatehouse

A dyking competition is to be held at Drummuckloch to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding in Gatehouse of the Dry Stone Walling Association of Great Britain.  Thirty years earlier Colonel Rainsford-Hannay of Cardoness, concerned at the decline in the number of dykers had established the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright Drystane Dyking Committee.  It was this organisation which grew into the national body in 1965.

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Work gets underway on Rutherford monument

 The spell of find weather has created the perfect conditions to get the scaffolding up to the Rutherford monument.  The scaffolding arrived on 4th June and was immediatley taken up to the monument.   Work should be completed by the end of the week allowing Luce Bay construction to start work on taking down and rebuilding the top sections of the monument.

 

European project to meet in Gatehouse

Representatives from 5 different  countries will gather in Gatehouse on 5th and 6th June to discuss progress on a European project.  The Gatehouse Development Initiative is part of the Erasmus+ project Eco-management, yesterday's knowledge, tomorrow's know-how.

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Cally Gardens to open under new ownership

Cally gardens will open again on 17th April and entry will be free.The gardens, which were put on the market in the New Year have been bought by Kevin Hughes, who ran a specialist nursery, Kevin Hughes Plants, in Wiltshire.  Kevin stresses that there is a lot of work to do to get the gardens looking at their best but he has brought a good selection of plants with him from Wiltshire and there is still stock at Cally, so he is keen to get the gardens up and running and welcome visitors as soon as possible.

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New Cooking for Old at the Drop-In

During the autumn of last year, the Drop-In’s kitchen area was refurbished with a new cooker and a much-expanded working area.  The old kitchen was tiny and very limiting in what could be cooked in it.  Now the space feels like a café cum deli!

Around 20-25 young people use the Drop-In facilities during an evening session and take part in various activities - pool, darts, quizzes, camera club, maths club, gym evenings, and DJaying are very popular.  There is great enthusiasm to participate in the kitchen and the young people, assisted by our volunteers, have had great fun baking and cooking.

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