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Pastoral Care

Revd Kim Lafferty is our Interim Pastor.  She can be contacted by calling 01250 872715

New Rector
A new Rector of our linked charge with St John's Forfar has been appointed!  A service of Institution at St John’s, Forfar of Revd Dr Paul Singh as the new Rector for the North Angus Linked Charges of Forfar and Kirriemuir will be led on 4th July 2024 at 6:30pm by the Right Revd Bishop Ian Paton of the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld, and Dunblane.  
Please contact the Vestry Secretary, Leonie Kiely by 1 July 2024 if you wish to attend.
Phone:  01575 598052 (answer machine) or

Homegroup every Tuesday.  Call the Secretary for times and location.​ 

Overseas Group

Please show your support and donate to our fund.  We support among others:


Dr Graham's Homes in Kalimpong (India)


Operación San Andrés in Collique (Peru)

Mission to Seafarers

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Our New Rector: Revd Dr Paul Singh




The Rev Paul Singh – is coming as Rector of the new linked charge of St John’s, Forfar and St Mary’s, Kirriemuir. Paul will be instituted on Thursday 4th July at 6.30pm, at St John's, Forfar. 

Paul and his family will be joining us from Lockerbie & Moffat in the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway, and we welcome them to the new North Angus Linked Charge.





Services are held in the main Church.


Sunday Morning services with Communion are usually at 10:00 AM. Note: From 7 July 2024 services will start at 9:45 AM until further notice. Any variations of times will be intimated also on our Facebook page.

Until further notice there will be no Wednesday service.

The Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) is broadcasting video coverage of Sunday 11am Eucharistic services via its website, social media channels and YouTube channel. 


The web page for the broadcast is located at .

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