Castletown and Community
Part of the Free Church of Scotland
Rev. Howard Stone
All are welcome in Jesus' name
at the church building -12 noon & 6.30 pm
We also meet on Zoom and
live-stream on facebook each Sunday
click for details
Previous services are available to watch on YouTube:
"Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved"
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WEEKLY WHAT'S ON
(All events listed take place
in the church building - check notices first)
(with Sunday School)
2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
One Way Club
stopped until further notice
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.
Hope Explored course
Not running at the moment, but please let us know if you are interested!
Contact 01847 821321 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
THE VISION OF THE
FREE CHURCH OF
for Every Community
Our primary aim for each church is not large size but rather good health. Healthy churches are committed to the worship of God and obedience to the Bible. They promote discipleship, are characterised by loving relationships, and are intentional about sharing the gospel message locally and throughout the world. Jesus Christ is at the very centre of a gospel church.
Healthy churches also grow and multiply. Scotland has a population of 5.5 million people, there are 51 localities with populations of over 15,000, as well as many rural communities. We want to see a healthy gospel church for every community in Scotland.
To read more, click here.