UPDATED 22nd MARCH 2021
From Sunday 28th March 2021, services will resume in church. For the moment, there will be one service each Sunday at 10.30am. Attendance at these services will be restricted to a maximum of 50, in line with Government guidelines.
Online Services will continue to be broadcast each week.
We also have a weekly 'Wednesday Break' held over Zoom
10.30am to 11.15am.
Please email the secretary (for access code) at
Foodbank collections will continue to be accepted in the Church Halls each Sunday from 10am - 2pm
Rev Neil and Rev David would like to thank everyone who supported them in their Kiltwalk raising funds for Christian Aid. The total raised - taking account of all donations and the 'top-up' from the Tom Hunter Foundation exceeds £9000!!
Grasping The Nettle committed to the transformation of public understanding of issues relating to science and faith.
Enjoy scenes of
along with some of
Burns favourite tunes,
Although we can’t have the usual book stall, coffees etc this year, we hope to boost our fundraising for Christian Aid by having a plant stall on Sunday 9th May during Food Bank drop off times. A range of perennials, summer bedding, and plants for baskets and containers will be available as well as some tomatoes, courgettes, etc.
There will also be a home produce stall with fruit loafs, bread, and preserves.
Your support will be greatly appreciated.
Alloway Parish Church now has telephone number where the readings, reflection and prayer from the Sunday online service can be heard. The service will be updated weekly by Sunday evening.
Calls charged at local network rates.
Prayers urgently needed as a deadly second wave of COVID-19 continues to spread in India. This has caused a surge in infection rates - there are over 2 million active cases and the death toll is rising.
May I offer you, through our website, a warm welcome to Alloway Parish Church.
Ordinarily I would be sharing with you a little history of the village, best known as the birthplace of Robert Burns – Scotland’s national poet.
I would be sharing with you the lively life and witness of the open and welcoming Church family. However we live in extraordinary times.
On 11th March 2020, the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the corona virus to be a global pandemic. Physical isolation and distance are now the key words of our society,
Spiritually, we still seek to promote a sense of spiritual well being and fellowship
At a time when much is changing in our world we hope to share in all we do the changeless gospel heritage. A little faith. A little hope. A little love
Keep safe and remember!
“The Church is wherever God's people are praising,
knowing they're wanted and loved by their Lord.
The Church is wherever Christ's followers are trying
to live and to share out the good news of God.
Rev Neil McNaught
“Good is stronger than evil; love is stronger than hate;
Light is stronger than darkness; life is stronger than death.
Victory is ours, through him who loves us.”
South Ayrshire Food Bank
A big thank you to everyone who supported the food bank on Sunday. Once again we were pleased to receive so many generous donations which will go to the most needy.
Hope to see you again next Sunday when the food bank will be open from 10am to 2pm outside Alloway Church hall.
All coronavirus protocols preserved.
Thank you for visiting our website.
We trust at this challenging time you will find
His Peace and Blessing.
8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things. And the God of peace will be with you.