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We welcome people from all backgrounds to our services. People who are Christians, people who are unsure, people who are just curious, and those seeking faith. We want to make sure you feel comfortable attending Church with us so we have pulled together a list of frequently asked questions below. If you have a question that is not answered on this page, please get in touch at

Will there be anywhere to park?
All our venues have car parking outside or nearby. Please see Where to Find Us

What do I have to wear?
Come as you like - you don't have to dress a certain way. Just finished the West Highland Way and you've still got your walking gear on? Not a problem. Just come off the slopes? Just come on in. There's no 'Sunday Best' in the Bible and we want everyone to feel welcome.


Do I need to bring money?
Our regulars either leave their offerings for the church in a box as they go in or give online. There's no collection taken during the service, however if you feel you would like to make a donation towards the work of our church, there is a box on the way into the sanctuary.

When I arrive, what will happen?
When you arrive, you will be greeted at the door by one of the Welcome Team. They'll say hello and maybe shake your hand. They’ll also give you a Bible if you want one. Then you can go in and sit where you like to wait for the service to begin. 

If I come to a service, how will I know what to do?
Our services are very simple and last roughly an hour, with time for fellowship afterwards. There will be singing (with words on a screen), reading from the Bible (the reading/s will also be on a screen), prayer and a sermon. We only stand up to sing and for the final blessing after the last song.

Do I have to sing?
If you're uncomfortable singing, no-one will mind. Some of the folk who already come don’t know some of the songs, so you won’t stand out. A sample of what we sing can be found here.

What if I have children with me?
At our morning services in Kilmallie and Acharacle, there’s either a Sunday School for primary aged children or Crèche for preschool. Don't worry if they are noisy or active, they won't be alone. If you or they would prefer for them to remain in the service that is not a problem.

What happens after?
We welcome everyone to stay for tea and coffee after the morning service, and we love getting to meet new people. After the evening service there's no refreshments, we head home for our dinner.

What about help for the mobility impaired or hard of hearing?
Kilmallie Free Church is accessible for wheelchair users. Currently Acharacle has a low step at the entrance, but we hope to rectify that with a forthcoming renovation. At Kilmallie Free Church, there are a small number of parking spaces next to the church that we try to keep free for the elderly and mobility impaired (including one marked disabled parking space). At Acharacle there are no marked bays but the parking is all in close proximity to the building. At both churches there’s an induction loop – just switch to ‘T’ if you have a hearing aid.

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