Welcome to St. Margaret’s Parish Lochgilphead
The parish which is part of Argyll and the Isles Diocese serves the Roman Catholic community of Lochgilphead and Inveraray on the mainland of Scotland as well as the Isles of Jura and Colonsay.
St. Margaret at 10:00am
All Saints at 12:30pm
Normally St. Margaret's at 10:30am
but please check by clicking here.
Weekday services are subject to change at short notice.
FR. DAVID CONNOR
Parish Priest of St. Margaret's Lochgilphead,
and All Saints Inveraray
You can help ZamScotEd SCIO, our parish charity, raise money for a new classroom in our school in Zambia, by donating directly to our campaign page -
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RC Diocese of Argyll and the Isles, Charity Registration
"We would rather be ruined than changed.
We would rather die in our dread, than climb the cross of the present
and let our illusions die".
NEWS FROM THE PARISH
18 February 2018
Wednesday the 21st will be a House Mass at Helen and James Simpson's at 11am. All are very welcome.
House Masses in Lent, If anyone would wish to have a House Mass in Lent, please contact me as soon as possible. Fr. David.
S.C.I.A.F. If you have not yet collected your SCIAF wee box please do so from the back of the church. The government is doubling all donations this year, so please be as generous as you can.
Spiritual Reading Group, Every Tuesday in Lent starting at 7pm, we will read from our spiritual book, our book this year is Henri Nouwen's, The Wounded Healer. Please come along and join us.
Stations of the Cross, There will be stations of the cross every Monday evening in
St. Margaret's at 7pm, all are welcome.
Wednesday, Our prayer group will continue to meet in Lent every Wednesday at 7pm. All are very welcome.
Next weekend, the 24th and 25th of February I will be away at a family wedding. We welcome back Fr. Sandy for the weekend.
Legacy, It is with great joy and thankfulness to God that I inform you that the Parish, St. Margaret's Lochgilphead, has been left a legacy of £10,000 pounds in a will by a deceased gentleman from Inveraray. This is a huge boost to our finances, and we thank him and his family for this extremely generous gift.