Ballantrae Parish Church

Welcome to the website for Ballantrae Parish Church linked with St Colmon Parish Church, a charge of the Church of Scotland.


Ballantrae Parish Church meets at 11:30am every Sunday.

Sunday Services have started again with social distancing and mandatory wearing of masks to minimize the spread of the Covid 19 virus.


Services are also held on the first Sunday of the month at 3pm in  Glenapp Church. This a liturgical and ecumenical service led by a dedicated group from the congregation of Ballantrae.

All the services are times of fellowship, prayer, worship and reflection on God’s word, as we get to know the living God more.

It will be great to see you at any of our services and if you want more information about either of the churches, please contact us



Sunday 23rd January 2022

Call to worship

385 Jesus The Name

Psalm 19


50 Be Still For

Luke 4: 14-21


651 The Kingdom of God


457 Make Way, Make Way


460 May God’s Blessing

Today we looked at the passage which describes the springtime of Jesus ministry. In the synagogues Jesus message was well received and the people were amazed at his teaching. Jesus began to proclaim his message in Galilee which was very cosmopolitan and would be open to new things. Next Luke describes Jesus speaking in the synagogue in Nazareth. Many there had difficulty accepting that one they knew and had seen grow up before them was a special messenger of God. Jesus began by reading a prophecy from Isaiah and saying that the prophecy was filled by him. He thereby made a claim to be the Messiah and to be ushering God’s kingdom on earth. His teaching was new and for the time. We were reminded that God has placed us where we are and calls us to minister in our day. We considered too how we relate to the teachings we receive.

May we seek to make Christ known in these days and remember that he has come to bring healing and reconciliation to those who acknowledge their need of him. His message is Good News indeed.

Every blessing,

Rev`d Theo Corney







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