Weekly services

The Licensing Services for Revd Dawn Matthew will be held on 18th February; firstly 11am at All Saints' Challoch and then 3pm here at St Margaret's. Bishop Kevin will be presiding at both services. Dawn and her family will then have some time to settle into the Rectory in New Galloway before starting her public ministry with us on 26th February. Both Vestries are looking forward to welcoming Dawn and her husband Nick to our congregations and communities.

St Margaret's is open for communal worship with Sung Eucharist on Sundays at 10.30am. Communion in both kinds is offered at the altar rail, standing or kneeling. Given our relatively small numbers, it is possible for individuals and household groups to keep a respectful distance from each other. Each communicant can decide whether to receive the host only or consume the host and partake of the chalice. Please tell us on arrival if you require a gluten-free wafer. And as always, anyone who would prefer just to receive a blessing is welcome to come forward. Our services are followed by coffees/teas and visitors are always welcome.

Sunday 5th February, 3rd before Lent, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Revd John McHale presiding.

Sunday 12th February, 2nd before Lent, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Revd David Humphries presiding.

Saturday 18th February, Licensing Service for Dawn Matthew, 3pm Sung Eucharist, Right Revd Kevin Pearson, Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, presiding.

Sunday 19th February, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Canon Barry Gilbert presiding.

Wednesday 22nd February, Ash Wednesday, 6pm, Said Eucharist with Ashes, Revd Dawn Matthew presiding.

Sunday 26th February, 1st Sunday of Lent, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Revd Dawn Matthew presiding.

Weekly services

The Licensing Services for Revd Dawn Matthew will be held on 18th February; firstly 11am at All Saints' Challoch and then 3pm here at St Margaret's. Bishop Kevin will be presiding at both services. Dawn and her family will then have some time to settle into the Rectory in New Galloway before starting her public ministry with us on 26th February. Both Vestries are looking forward to welcoming Dawn and her husband Nick to our congregations and communities.

St Margaret's is open for communal worship with Sung Eucharist on Sundays at 10.30am. Communion in both kinds is offered at the altar rail, standing or kneeling. Given our relatively small numbers, it is possible for individuals and household groups to keep a respectful distance from each other. Each communicant can decide whether to receive the host only or consume the host and partake of the chalice. Please tell us on arrival if you require a gluten-free wafer. And as always, anyone who would prefer just to receive a blessing is welcome to come forward. Our services are followed by coffees/teas and visitors are always welcome.

Sunday 5th February, 3rd before Lent, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Revd John McHale presiding.

Sunday 12th February, 2nd before Lent, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Revd David Humphries presiding.

Saturday 18th February, Licensing Service for Dawn Matthew, 3pm Sung Eucharist, Right Revd Kevin Pearson, Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, presiding.

Sunday 19th February, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Canon Barry Gilbert presiding.

Wednesday 22nd February, Ash Wednesday, 6pm, Said Eucharist with Ashes, Revd Dawn Matthew presiding.

Sunday 26th February, 1st Sunday of Lent, 10.30am Sung Eucharist, Revd Dawn Matthew presiding.

St Margaret’s Episcopal Church

Priest-in-Charge during interregnum: The Rev Canon Barry Gilbert

United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway
Scottish Episcopal Church

Contact details

During our interregnum please direct enquiries to our Vestry Secretary, Christine Rankin, at:

dalgowantraining@aol.com or 01644 420259

 

For Baptisms, Marriages or Funerals, please contact our Priest-in-Charge, Canon Barry Gilbert, at:

barry_gilbert@talk21.com or 01644 420665