St. Margaret's Renfrew

Welcoming and serving our community since 1914.

St Margaret's has reopened its building for Sunday services. 

However there are strict measures in place to protect worshipers and to prevent the spread of coronavirus. You can find out more in the Blog section below or detailed in ST. MARGARET'S WEEKLY PEW SHEET 

Weekly Intercession Sheet is here  / Reflection for the week is here

WELCOME

St Margaret's in Renfrew is a Scottish Episcopal Church and a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The Rev. Reuben James Preston is the Priest in Charge of both St. Margaret’s Renfrew and our sister church, St. John’s Johnstone. 

St Margaret's is an inclusive and friendly church offering a welcoming environment to explore our faith and your relationship with God - regardless of age, culture, background or doubt.  

The Church was built in 1914 and we have been serving God and our community for over 100 years. If you haven't been to St Margaret's in a while (or ever) why not pop in and visit?

We hope you find the information you are looking for on our website. If you would like to speak to our Rector, Rev. Reuben Preston, please get in touch directly at Rector@SECStJohnStMargaret.org.uk

SERVICE TIMES

SUNDAY SERVICES HELD IN THE CHURCH BUILDING HAVE RECOMMENCED starting at 11.30am. Spaces are limited to a maximum of 27 attendees to ensure that social distancing requirements can be met. Attendees are also required to wear a facemask while in the building.  

THOSE WHO WISH TO ATTEND SHOULD INDICATED THEIR ATTENDANCE IN ADVANCE VIA E-MAIL TO JOHN MITCHELL AT:  John.Mitchell16@ntlworld.com 

Any available spaces on the day will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. 

St Margaret's Sunday School is currently SUSPENDED. The Sunday School usually meets on Sunday morning's during school term time at 11.30am. 

Children of all ages are welcome to join us to learn about God in an age appropriate way and enjoy some activities before joining the rest of the congregation for communion and the last hymn. 

There is also a play area in the church for the little ones who would prefer to stay with their parents in church.


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Lent 2020

St. Margaret's is marking the Lent reflection period - by following a spiritual lent course aimed at helping us to reflect on and deepen our relationship with God.

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