is now available

click here

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

 for Northern Presbytery
September 2021
click here

A prayer focus video:
click here


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!

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

We also meet on Zoom and live-stream on facebook each Sunday

click for details

Our weekly services are also available to watch:


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

Acts 16:31


Free Church of Scotland

online Services

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The Free Church congregation in Govan, was planted in this poor part of Glasgow seven years ago, by Rev Norman Mackay.


This magazine - - will give you an insight into the work that God and his people have been doing, with the hope that it will encourage a prayerful interest in the fellowship.

(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



secondary after school club

(term time only)

3.50 pm - 5.30 pm

Midweek Fellowship

7.30 pm


Gateway Café

2.00 pm - 5.00 pm

One Way Club

primary age after school club

(term time only)

3.15 pm - 4.45 pm

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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.


Community HUB

'e Peedie Cafe

'e Peedie Cafe is closed until further notice as we recover from the COVID restrictions.

If you would like to volunteer or find out more,

please contact our minister, Howard Stone at:

or our elder, Andrew Shearer at:

Image by Mat Reding

The Miracle of Dunkirk

Free film for the use of churches, bible study & prayer groups

The Wartime Miracles Leaflet which was posted to 25,000 churches across the British Isles two years ago has now been turned into a free film, ideal for use during the pandemic.


This ten minute film initially explains how the Lord answered the prayers of the Nation, bringing about the Miracle of Dunkirk with a calm sea descending upon the English Channel. It then goes on to show how the Nation has turned away from Him and rejected His Commandments. As the film points out, “How can a Holy God bless or protect a Nation from evil, while it rejects His Laws?”  While on the one hand it clearly shows that the Lord is willing and able to deliver a Nation, showing that help is indeed available, it also soberly explains that such Divine help is conditional upon repentance.


In short, the film explains that there is hope, but only through repentance. The widespread sharing of this film will both inspire and challenge those with faith and those with none.

“Behold the Lord’s hand is not shortened that it cannot save nor His ear heavy that it cannot hear, but your iniquities have separated you from your God so that He will not hear.” Isaiah Ch. 59vs 1, 2.

The film can be viewed either by clicking here or by going on to YouTube and searching for "A Dramatic Answer to Prayer. The Miracle of Dunkirk".