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Easter, the Feast of the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the most important and joyous celebration in the Church’s calendar. I am sure this is an Easter that will live in our memories for the rest of our lives as it hardly feels like a time for celebration. So… read more >>

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The prayer book below has been created as a result of the suspension of church services following the spread of coronavirus. It is designed to be used by individuals or families to strengthen our daily prayer life and remind us that although we cannot gather at church, we can still… read more >>

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Soon we should be preparing for the greatest of the Christian festivals: Easter, the celebration of Our Lord’s resurrection. We should be entering a time of joyous celebration with our families and friends and enjoying the beginning of spring. Yet we find ourselves in a situation never before experienced in… read more >>

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On Sunday we celebrate Christ’s joyous entry into Jerusalem, with crowds proclaiming Him as Messiah and strewing palm leaves before Him. From there we move to the solemnity of Holy Week in preparation for the celebration of the joy of His, and our, resurrection at Easter. It will be very… read more >>

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On Tuesday 17 March 2020, the College of Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church offered new guidance regarding coronavirus (COVID-19). As a result, St Oswald’s will be suspending all services and meetings until further notice. However, this does not mean that we will just be closing our doors. The Church… read more >>

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“Let us fast an acceptable and very pleasing fast to the Lord. True fast is the estrangement from evil, temperance of tongue, abstinence from anger, separation from desires, slander, falsehood and perjury. Privation of these is true fasting.”  – Saint Basil Lent will shortly be upon us; a time of… read more >>

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We held our congregational Annual General Meeting on Sunday 8 December, following our morning service. Our annual AGM is an opportunity to hear reports, reflect on the year that is past and to look for the future. Part of the AGM is to elect those who will serve on the… read more >>

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Christingle Carol Service Christmas Eve, Tuesday 24 December, 6.30pm A traditional family carol service with Christingles and retelling of the Nativity story.Seasonal refreshments available after. Christmas Day Service Christmas Day, Wednesday 25 December, 10.30am A service of Holy Communion with Christmas carols to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. First… read more >>

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Harvest Festival was once one of the key celebrations in the Church’s year, a time to give thanks to God for a successful harvest and a time of bounty and celebration. We live in a time when we are less aware of our dependence on nature and the earth. A… read more >>

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We are taking part in Doors Open Days 2019 #dodscot30 St Oswald’s Church, Cargill Road, Maybole, KA19 8AF Saturday 7 September, 10am – 4pm Sunday 8 September, 12.30 – 4pm (Sunday Service at 11.15am) The congregation was established in 1847 to serve English and Irish weavers who worked in the… read more >>