Welcome to Killearn Kirk
Killearn Kirk is a welcoming and friendly church in the village of Killearn to the north of Glasgow.
We worship God together, and learn from the Bible, seeking to serve Him in the Parish of Killearn and beyond.
Whatever age and stage you are at we would invite you to join us at any of our activities which are listed elsewhere on this website.
You are welcome to join us at any of our services. You don’t need to be a Christian to come to church but if you want to find out more about the Christian faith we would be happy to talk to you.
The morning service is held at 10.30am and is not particularly formal so please feel welcome to come as you are. Tea and coffee are available after the service for a chance to chat and for fellowship.
Children are welcome at any of our services. During the morning service the children join the rest of the congregation for the first 15 minutes and then leave for their own activities in the church hall. During school holidays activities are available for the children to do in church. Children are welcome at all of our services.
Like all Church of Scotland congregations we are a Parish Church which means we are here for the community as well as for our own members. If you feel we can help you in any way then please get in touch. If you want to talk to someone about the Christian faith or for that matter anything else please contact Carole Young, Session Clerk.
We look forward to welcoming our new minister Rev Stuart Sharp on 15th November.
Autumn Tidings magazine can be read here
Sermon Recordings: We now have recordings of all Killearn Kirk services available on-line or in CD or mp3 format by contacting us at email@example.com.
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On this website you can find out information about the church, our organisations, events and history. You can also find out about other organisations that meet in Killearn Kirk and links to other websites about the area.
We hope you enjoy looking through this site and look forward to welcoming you to Killearn Kirk, if you are in the area.