Please see below ‘Church Services’ for all forthcoming ‘Diary Dates’






Worship Every Sunday

10am  Family Service at Glengarry Church

12pm  Family Service at Fort Augustus Church

Second Sunday of the month (April to October)

Service in the Glen at Tomdoun Church at 3pm




Friday 22nd March at 10am

Kilchuimen Primary School Easter Celebration at Fort Augustus Church. All welcome.


Wednesday 27th March at 10am

Invergarry Primary School Easter Celebration at Glengarry Church. All Welcome.









Palm Sunday: Family service at 10am Glengarry Church and 12pm Fort Augustus Church

Maundy Thursday: Reflective service (with informal communion) at 6.30pm Glengarry Church

Good Friday: ‘At the Foot of the Cross‘ A meditative service keeping vigil and reflecting on the Passion, the last hours of Jesus at 7pm Fort Augustus Church




Easter Sunday: Family service at 10am Glengarry Church with Holy Communion (followed by egg rolling fun outside the church!)

12pm Family Service at Fort Augustus Church with Holy Communion. (family egg hunt follows the service)








The Church of Scotland  in Fort Augustus and Glengarry extends a warm welcome to visitors to the area and families of our two communities. There are a wide range of Sunday Club activities for families attending any of the regular church services. All our leaders are fully disclosed and aim to make this a time of fellowship and fun for you and your whole family.  This is arranged for families at Fort Augustus and Glengarry Parish Churches during worship. Please contact the Minister (tel: 01320 366210) or, speak to an Elder if you need any further information.



Groups & Events in Fort Augustus Church and Hall



10.00am: Walking Group meets at 10am in front of the Church.


5.30 – 7.00pm Brownies: contact Lisa 07584119221 email: lizzybusy2000@yahoo.com 



11.00am: Mothers’ Prayers. Ecumenical Group: Vestry at Fort Augustus.
7.30pm: Community Choir: Kathryn 07710 447 703


10.00am-11.30am: Café. All welcome
11.00am: Prayer group in the Vestry


2.00pm-4.00pm: Senior citizens keep fit / games: Cath Fraser: 366309


First Monday of the month September – May 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Heritage Group, contact Lynne: 366262

First Tuesday of the month, September – May, 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Ladies Group.

First Thursday of the month at 11.30am A Short Reflective Service in Church is held on occasion. Visitors Welcome. 

Second Friday of the month at 7pm (as intimated)           Classic Film Presentation in the Church Hall. All Welcome.

Last Friday of the month, September  – March, 7.00pm – 10.30pm, Whist.





Looking back and forward – the National Pandemic 

On Wednesday 18th March, 2020, the Church of Scotland in conference with the Scottish Government enforced emergency powers in order to protect our safety in consequence of which all services in church buildings throughout the land were suspended. We were given instructions to ‘cancel all  gatherings both large and small in church buildings for worship and social events, meetings, house groups and regular cafes until further notice’.
As of 15th July 2020, however the Scottish Government further advised there would be restrictions for all worship permitted after full risk assessment. ‘Social distancing’ of 2 metres must be observed, singing was then not permitted in church, sanitising of worship areas and the wearing of face masks continued in compliance with ‘Phase 3’ of the national ‘lock down’. Churches were then required to observe a track/trace system for all attendees. Worship was only possible that complied with these restrictions and for very limited numbers. The national office of the Church of Scotland announced the ‘capping’ of congregational numbers (where limited worship applies) depending on the size of the church building to a limit of between 20-50 until all restrictions are removed in ‘Phase 0’.
On Saturday 19th December it was further announced that Scotland will be in ‘lock down’ following Saturday 26th December (Boxing Day) for three weeks. This was subsequently adjusted. Regular Sunday worship following all guidelines recommenced in April for groups of no more than twenty people. The situation was still under constant review.

Progress was made when it was announced by the Scottish Government that the wearing of masks in Scotland would end in March 2022. There are now no restrictions on church capacity for all services. Sanitisation is available in the churches (and track/tracing for visitors).


Our Minister is in daily conference with the Church of Scotland’s ‘Covid-19’ briefings to the Faith and Nurture Forum at Edinburgh who are giving daily updates and briefings and advice to the church’s clergy.
(visit the ‘Home Page’ of this website for further information)

Please note the church buildings of the Great Glen are now open for regular Sunday worship. A full copy of all our duly completed health, safety and fire, risk, assessments is available to see in the church. The Scottish Government and Church offices of the Church of Scotland continue to liaise with the Minister about the national situation.