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. Visitors are always 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

Worship at Oxnam Kirk


We are delighted that Oxnam KIrk has been given permission from Presbytery to re-open for worship on Easter Sunday!   As before we must follow present government restrictions – 2 metres Social Distancing, wearing of facemasks, no singing, use of hand sanitiser and a register taken of all who attend for track and trace purposes.

Our Easter Sunday service will be at 10.30am and will be a family service.  All are very welcome but with social distancing numbers are limited so please email the Session Clerk on mh.mckeand@gmail.com if you intend to come – we would hate to have to turn anyone away.

Marion’s  Sunday Messages can be viewed on Facebook and the script found here under ‘The Kirk’ then  ‘Marion’s Blogs’ 

You are now also able to listen to Marion’s message by ringing: 01835 555457.  After a short welcome message, you will hear this Sunday’s message.   It costs the same as a local call, although it’s a bit more expensive from a mobile.



The hardy souls of Oxnam Kirk Walking Group

The hardy souls of Oxnam Kirk Walking Group

A host of spring daffodils at the church gate.

A host of spring daffodils at the church gate.