Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Parish Church linked with Urr Parish Church

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Welcome to our website 

Message from the Minister:

Each Sunday we come together to worship God, learn about His love shown through Jesus, seek His strength for whatever we face in our daily lives and grow in faith.

During the week many Church members serve their neighbours and communities in a variety of ways - in Church activities, at work, at home or through charity-work.

You are welcome to join us at any of our regular Sunday Services or mid-week activities.

May we share the Peace, Joy and Love that God gave to us with all that we meet.

Your minister,



Rev Fiona Wilson and Richard Wilson  





Latest News

Fellowship Group Coffee Morning

Posted: 20 Nov 2017

The Fellowship Group Coffee Morning and Craft Sale which took place in the Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Church Centre on Saturday, 11th November, was, as always, a lovely occasion, when friends get together to “chew and chat”, creating a lovely atmosphere. In between times they purchased our wares, helping us to realise the superb sum of £1,232. 40p.     

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Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Parish Church booklet

Posted: 02 Oct 2017

In 2005 Mrs Jean Stoddart wrote a very informative and interesting booklet giving the history of the church and information on activities happening in the church at that time.  This booklet has been updated and now includes new information and photographs of present activities in Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Church.  It now also includes the history of Kirkgunzeon Church.

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Forthcoming Events

For information on regular group meetings held in the Church Centre, please click here

Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Morning Worship

Date: 26 November 2017

followed by tea and coffee after the service.

Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Advent Concert

Date: 10 December 2017

will be held in Church from 3 - 4.30 pm

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Evening Nativity Concert by Dalbeattie Cubs

Date: 12 December 2017

will be held in Church at 7 pm

Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Church Quiet Service

Date: 13 December 2017

will be held in Church at 6.30 pm

Candle-light Carol Service

Date: 17 December 2017

will be held in Dalbeattie & Kirkgunzeon Church at 6.30 pm.

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Intimations19th November 2017

The Kirk Session will meet on Tuesday 21st November in the Church Centre at 7.30pm.

The Guild will meet on Wednesday 22nd November at 2.00pm in the Church Centre.   Speaker is Ian Lumsden from Abbeyfield Society.   All Welcome

Tickets for the Guild Christmas Party on 13th December will be available at the meeting on Wednesday at a cost of £15

Advent is always a busy time at the Dumfries Food Bank as many more people are referred leading up to Christmas.   During Advent, Fiona Dalgleish, the Trussell Trust Food Bank Manager, is appealing for the following non-perishable donations.

UHT milk     toilet rolls     nappies       toiletries      pasta sauces     tins of meat

Tins of fish     washing powder       pet food      selection boxes           

Small gift sets for both adults and children.

Donations should be handed in to the Church no later than December 10th to allow time for preparation and distribution.

Tea and coffee will be served after this morning’s service in the Church Centre.   Donations will be used for the ongoing work of the Church.   ALL WELCOME 




Dalbeattie Parish Church was opened on its current site in 1880 and the Church Centre was completed in early 1990s.

The Church serves the local community and provides a focus for doing God's work.

Click here for the history.



Kirkgunzeon Church is a lovely little Church and sits in the middle of the village.  In October the decision was made to close Kirkgunzeon Church and unite with Dalbeattie Church where the services are now held.

Where the present building stands has been a sacred place dating back to around 1100s.   If you are interested in the history click here



Urr is a beautiful rural church, adjacent to the village of Haugh of Urr, in the valley of the River Urr.  There has been a church on this site since 1606.  The present building was opened in 1915 and through its history has been the centre of Christian service to the local community.

If you want to know more about Urr Church History, click here.