Tuesday 11th January at 7.30pm in the church building

You are warmly invited!

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Welcome to


Castletown and Community

Free Church

Part of the  Free Church of Scotland


Rev. Howard Stone

All are welcome in Jesus' name

Sunday Worship
at the church building -12 noon & 6.30 pm
We also meet on Zoom and
live-stream on facebook each Sunday

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Our weekly services are also made available to watch:

"Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved"

Acts 16:31



is now available

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Please note that the previous online versions of The Record from April 2020 onwards can now be downloaded from their website:


Please be advised that, until further notice, the wearing of face masks in the church building during worship remains a legal requirement in church unless you have an exemption. So please remember to bring yours along!

 for Northern Presbytery
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A prayer focus video:
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Free Church of Scotland

online Services

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(All events listed take place
in the church building - check notices first)

Morning Service

(with Sunday School)

12.00 noon

Evening Service

6.30 pm


Midweek Fellowship

7.30 pm


Gateway Café

2.00 pm - 4.00 pm

One Way Club

stopped until further notice

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The church family at Castletown meets to share in worship at 12 noon each Sunday.

All are welcome in Jesus' name!

We sing hymns, choruses, and unaccompanied Psalms, read the Bible, pray, and share a message based on Scripture.


You are warmly invited to be involved in our upcoming

Hope Explored course
starting 7.30pm Tuesday 11th January


This course, which uses videos and informal discussion, will run over three Tuesday evenings, starting at 7.30pm on 4th January 2022.

You can be involved at the Castletown Free Church building, on Main Street, or join in on-line, by Zoom.


Contact 01847 821321 or 
for joining details.

Hope Explored looks at the life, death and resurrection of Jesus in Luke’s Gospel. This three-session series shows that Christianity is about real hope: a joyful expectation for the future, based on true events in the past, which changes everything about my present.