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Welcome to the Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling!
linked with Viewfield Erskine Church

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Join us for Sunday Worship as indicated below.


This year's King James Lecture:
'The heraldic times of King James VI.'

See 'Special Events' for full details.


The Church of the Holy Rude will be open to visitors most days from 1 May to 30 September 2022, Mon - Sat from 11 am to 4.00 pm, alternate Sun's 11 am (see services below), private ceremonies excluded.


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Services


The joint service for Sunday, 3 July 2022, 4th Sunday after Pentecost, was held in the Church of the Holy Rude, at 11.00 am, led by Revd Alan Miller. — Link on Facebook.

The joint service for Sunday, 10 July 2022, 5th Sunday after Pentecost, was held in the Viewfield Church, at 11.00 am, led by Revd Alan Miller. — Audio on Soundcloud

The joint service for Sunday, 17th July 2022, 6th Sunday after Pentecost, was held in the Church of the Holy Rude, at 11.00 am, led by Revd Alan Miller. — Link on Facebook.

The joint service for Sunday, 24th July 2022, 7th Sunday after Pentecost, was held in the Viewfield Church, at 11.00 am, led by Revd Alan Miller.

The joint service for Sunday, 31th July 2022, 8th Sunday after Pentecost, was held in the Church of the Holy Rude, at 11.00 am, led by Revd Dr Lesley Stanley OLM.

The joint service for Sunday, 7th August 2022, 9th Sunday after Pentecost, was held in the Church of the Holy Rude, at 11.00 am, led by Revd Dr Lesley Stanley OLM.

Next Week(s).

The joint service for Sunday, 14th August 2022, 10th Sunday after Pentecost, will be held in the Viewfield Church, at 11.00 am, led by Revd Dennis Rose.



We are a congregation of the Church of Scotland (a church in the Presbyterian tradition and part of the world-wide family of Reformed Churches), worshipping in our beautiful and historic building which dates from the 15th century.

The Church has been the historic Burgh Kirk, or Parish Church, of Stirling for 900 years and is the only church still in active use, apart from Westminster Abbey in London, to have hosted a coronation, when the infant King James VI of Scotland (later also James I of England) was crowned in the Holy Rude on the 29th July 1567.

We are a friendly and welcoming faith community, open to all who come to us as we seek to live out our Christian faith in offering hospitality to all who come, no matter what your age, background, culture or gender, and whether you come only once, or become a regular member of our congregation every Sunday.

Our worship style is traditional, and we have a reputation for good music and liturgy, and thought-provoking preaching. There is a Young Church for children from 3 to 12 years old, and during the service there are baby changing facilities and a creche for very young children in the vestry.

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