Welcome to Oxnam Kirk Website

Oxnam is a small rural parish with a simple 17th century church which sits on a hill overlooking the surrounding farmland. Normal attendance at worship is between 20 and 35 and up to 150 for special events. The membership has increased under our present minister’s 5 years with us, visitors are most welcome.

All services start at 10.30 a.m. unless otherwise stated.

The church is a registered charity and, as such, is now registered on the “Just Giving” website. Please go there if you would like to contribute in this way.

Oxnam Kirk

A film by Gordon Melrose MBIAT FIPD

Oxnam Kirk Fundraiser - Summer 2016
At next Sunday’s service on 15th May, we will offer you £5!

Ref: St Matthew, Chapter 25, Verses 14-30
“For it will be like a man going on a journey”
“Everyone will return an abundance!”
The Parable of the Talents

Please do not bury it in the ground! So many of you have a multitude of talents; baking, sewing, gardening, child care, driving someone, somewhere, to name just a few; we thought we could ask you to multiply your £5! This would be a simple, effortless way of raising money for our church. There will be a reward for the most successful adult and child. We wish you all the best of luck!

If you miss church, we will give you £5 at the library café on 18th, or the Film night on 20th. Don’t miss out!

Hymn Books
We decided to purchase some more blue hymn books. If anyone would like to buy one and dedicate it to someone, or themselves, please let one of the elders know. An inscription sheet inside the first page will be provided and you can write your own words. Books start at £12 for an ordinary one. Large print or music versions are also available.
The hardy souls of Oxnam Kirk Walking Group

The hardy souls of Oxnam Kirk Walking Group

Parish Page
Please could we have any articles for the Parish Page in by end of May. Any stories/news/ articles you think might be of interest are most welcome.
A host of spring daffodils at the church gate.

A host of spring daffodils at the church gate.