at the United Church of Bute
Streamed services from the United Church of Bute can be found on You Tube or follow the links below.
A link to all the previous ‘virtual’ services can be found here.
To DONATE to the United Church of Bute online use the Church of Scotland website here making sure that at Step 1 you select “Donate to a Congregation” and then, where requested to enter a name, you start typing “The United Church of Bute” and select. You can then follow the donation process through to payment by Paypal or card.
Latest News : At their Zoom meeting on Wednesday 22nd July 2020 the Kirk Session agreed that the Church buildings would not be opened until the Scottish Government move to Phase 4 of the Covid arrangements.
The vision of the United Church of Bute is to be a “7 days-a-week church”, spreading Christ’s message through a highly motivated congregation, together serving and supporting our members and the wider community, through a variety of worship, the development of fellowship and the Christian care of those in need.
The United Church of Bute was formed in 1999 through the union of five Island congregations – Ascog, Craigmore St Brendan’s, Kingarth and Kilchattan Bay, North Bute, and Rothesay High Kirk. The united congregation has rationalized its buildings and now occupies a single church complex located in Rothesay on the site of the former Rothesay High Kirk.
The congregation numbers approximately 500 people and we are part of the Presbytery of Argyll. The parish covers the whole island of Bute – Rothesay, Port Bannatyne, Kilchattan Bay, Straad and rural areas. We form a Parish Grouping with our sister church Rothesay Trinity.
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From the Church of Scotland Task Group on Tuesday 17th March 2020 –
“all gatherings for worship should cease until further notice …”
The United Church of Bute
Townhead, High Street
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Scottish Charity No. SC030563