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Old Church in Cassillis Road exterior.jpg (61822 bytes) West Church in Coral Glen exterrior.jpg (64388 bytes) Baptist Church in Carrick St. exterior.jpg (61425 bytes) Exterior view of  St Osward Church. Click on the link below to learn more. Exterior of St Cuthbert's Church. Click on the link below to learn more.
Old Church in Cassillis Road.jpg (66077 bytes) West Church in Coral Glen interrior.jpg (49733 bytes) Baptist Church in Carrick St. interior.jpg (58729 bytes)

Interior view of  St Osward Church. Click on the link below to learn more.

Interior of St Cuthbert's Church. Click on the link below to learn more

Old Church
in Cassillis Road

West Church
in Coral Glen

Baptist Church
in Carrick Street

St. Oswald's Church
in Cargill Avenue

St. Cuthbert's Church
in Dailly Road

See note below. See note below. Sunday 11:30 am
 &            6:30 pm
Sunday 11:30 am Saturday 6:30 pm & Sunday 10:00 am    

Regular Weekly Services are at the times shown above

Bill Miller, chairman of the Maybole New Church Committee and of Carrick Centre Ltd welcomed a large crowd to what he described as “this historic occasion when we celebrate the commencement of the construction of the Carrick Centre with the Maybole Parish Church.” He continued, “This has been made possible by an enormous amount of work by very many people here in Maybole and further afield . more

Maybole Old Church and the West Church, both Church of Scotland churches, have joined together in a new church to be named Maybole Parish Church. The two Church of Scotland buildings have been sold. The united congregation will be worshipping in the Baptist Church, on Carrick Street with worship commencing at 10am. For the latest news regarding the building project please go to www.mayboleparishchurch.org.uk . See also article and photos from the Groundbreaking for Carrick Centre and The Carrick Centre

Luke’s story of the nativity of John and Jesus is perhaps the best known story of the Bible. It is a story that gets re-told every year in pulpit readings at Christmas time and re-enacted in Christmas pageants. It is also a story that has been widely popularized by some of the most loved and cherished of the Christmas Carols. “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing,” “Noel. Noel,” and “While Shepherds Watched Their Flock by Night” are but three of the many carols inspired by Luke that come to mind. It is also a story that has found its way into the hearts of the people through its celebration in the great art of the world. more

The Gospel Message in Luke's Story of the Nativity - by Rev. Harry Colquhoun


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