Ordination At Shandon

GLASGOW MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1862 ORDINATION AT SHANDON On Thursday last the Free Presbytery of Dumbarton met in the Church, at Shandon, for the purpose of ordaining the Rev A Murray McCallum, who had been the unanimous choice of the people, as pastor of that Church. The Rev Mr Tait, of Dumbarton, moderatorContinue reading “Ordination At Shandon”

Church Day Out

THE FIFE FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, 21 JUNE 1947 DISTRICT NEWS – EAST WEMYSS WORK PARTY DRIVE Members of St George’s Church Ladies’ Work Party and friends, numbering thirty took part in a very enjoyable bus drive to Oban on Monday. They passed through the picturesque countryside surrounding Lochearnhead, where a brief halt was made. ObanContinue reading “Church Day Out”

Death of Reverend George Bennett

FIFE FREE PRESS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1956 EAST WEMYSS DISTRICT NEWS – TRIBUTE TO FORMER MINISTER The Rev. Alex. Macrae paid tribute to a former minister of the Church, the Rev. George Bennett, at the morning service in St George’s on Sunday. Mr Bennett, who died recently, was minister of St George’s from 1916 toContinue reading “Death of Reverend George Bennett”

Reverend Neil Brodie Biography

THE EVENING TELEGRAPH, FRIDAY MARCH 18, 1892 DEATH OF A DISRUPTION MINISTER The death of the Rev. Neil Brodie, emeritus-minister of West Free Church, Pollokshaws, took place last Thursday at Wellpark House, Craigmore, Bute, where he had resided for some time past. Mr Brodie, who was in is 80th year, was born in Campbeltown, andContinue reading “Reverend Neil Brodie Biography”

Annual Meeting of Shandon Church in 1886

HELENSBURGH NEWS THURSDAY 22 APRIL 1886 SHANDON. FREE CHURCH. On the evening of Wednesday last the annual meeting of the congregation of the Free Church was held, the Rev. Hugh Miller, pastor, presiding. Reports as to the work and condition of the Church were made by Messrs Walter MacLellan, jun., and Kirkpatrick. These showed theContinue reading “Annual Meeting of Shandon Church in 1886”