For all future month by month events


Bible Study and Prayer group.

Allan Church hall.

Future dates TBC
Listen or take part, ask questions

or just absorb the chat, all informal but with a cuppa.
Look forward to seeing you.

Look at our EVENTS page today.

Board and Session Members

Allan Church also supports Mary's Meals every year. This year we have  already collected towards their cause.

Allan Church Missionary Statement

“To be God’s Missionary Church in Bannockburn, to welcome all people and to provide for their Spiritual Care”.

22nd November 2020

TuesdayCoffee morning in Allan Hall

10.00 till 11.30am

Future dates to be confirmed

Homebaking.All welcome

- a great social occasion!

If you can volunteer to help at the Tuesday coffee mornings then pop along on a Tuesday and speak to the team members on duty or contact Margaret Tough – rota is 3 weekly.


Comes from worshipping at the Allan Church.

Scottish Charity No.  SC002953


Can members of the congregation and the public please note that the intended collection at the church on the 22nd November has been postponed until we re-open our doors again for services.

Monthly Community Lunch Club.

Monday  Future date TBC

12pm til 1.30pm

Homemade soup, filled roll with tea or coffee and biscuits for £2.50

All members of the community welcome, particularly the elderly and those who live alone. Bring friends but most of all enjoy lunch with new friends.

Community Craft Club

This club has been discontinued meantime due to a lack of interest.

Watch this space for further updates 

Sunday school commences after the  "All Age Address" part of our service.

A creche isalso available for young children  at this time

(and parents if they wish) .

Stirling Start Up is helped by 2-3 volunteer members of our congregation and we have an

intimation every week to remind the congregation, all of whom give generously to the cause.

Scottish Charity No.  SC002953


We have subscribed to a company called Easy Fundraiser, which helps us with fundraising at no extra cost to yourselves, apart from what you would be buying anyway. Please help support us too, by just cutting and pasting the link below into your browser, pick the Allan Church Bannockburn as your chosen cause, then place your order

We thank you in anticipation of

your support.

The Gift of a Smile

Sunday 22nd November Service will be conducted by Rev. Ken Russell online only and for the foreseeable future.

The services will be shorter than usual because we are unable to sing hymns or recite prayers together. This is in light of the guidelines from Scottish Government and Church of Scotland.
There is a one-way system in church and you will be guided to a seat, which most likely will not be the seat you are used to sitting in, but you will be kept socially distanced and as safe as possible.

We are limited to numbers in the Church, but the large hall will also be available as an overflow facility to hear/see the Service.
There are the customary hand sanitisers throughout the church and masks will be available if you forget your own.
Please note that you use this building at your own risk.
If you feel unwell on the day or before please                              DO NOT ATTEND  for both your own protection and others.
If you do not feel comfortable attending church please remember the service is still available on-line as it is at the moment (see below) or there is still a recorded short message for the congregation and the community which you can access via your home phone.                                                                           Dial number 01786 641089.

There will be a new message for you every week.

Please click on the picture below
for this week's service.

Our service is presented on powerpoint to assist the congregation. Hymn books and pew bibles are still available.

About our church

We are currently in vacancy


Food Bank            Donations are even 

                                    important now and                           there are still 2 ways to donate :

Financial donation  via  


At a designated  trolley in supermarkets when you are doing essential shopping.


We are currently in vacancy.

We would love to hear from you.

If you are interested  please

get in touch with us through

our Profile page.

 Prayer November 2020 compiled by Janet Stevenson

Almighty God
In this month of remembrance, as the weather grows colder and darkness falls earlier, we approach a winter like no other. Over the past months we feel that we have been fighting a war – a very different war – a war against a virus! In this time of uncertainty, we ask you Lord to guide and support us through this difficult time. Hear our prayers for those who have been affected by Covid 19, especially those within our congregation, strengthen them in their hour of need and grant them courage to face the future. Give skill to all who are caring for the sick, and your wisdom to those searching for a cure; strengthen them with your Spirit, that through their work many will be restored to health and that we will win this battle with Covid 19.

We will also take time this November, to remember all those men and women who have died in the violence of war. We are saddened at the thought of war, of the soldiers who must fight and all those people who are killed. We remember their sacrifice with great sadness and thank them for what they did for us. We also remember that they won for us a great victory, that without their bravery these wars may have been lost, and our lives could have been so very different, without the freedom we so much enjoy.

We also pray for all the members of the armed forces who are currently in danger, remembering family, friends and all who pray for their safe return.                                                           God grant them peace and a safe return.

What's on this month!

If any member of the congregation requires transport

assistance to


coffee mornings

or any church

social event, then

please let Janette Russell or Margaret Baxter know and something will be organised for you.


Stirling has gone into Tier 4 of the Scottish Government guidelines and only the weekly Church services  on the website will be available until our doors re-open.

Please check back here regularly for updates.

We are currently holding          special prayer time at the beginning of our services      to pray  a new minister

will be with us soon.

Service Times


Communion Dates

Board and Session

meet 2nd Wednesday

of every month at 7.00p.m

Next meeting TBC.

All elders and board members are encouraged to attend to discuss church business.

For more information

 2020 weekly/monthly events.

Board and Session Members

Click on Ken's picture below and  you can follow the link to

Ken’s You Tube channel

where you can also

accessprevious services.

When you get to Ken’s channel,


This will show you the playlists for each service/reflection.     

Click on the one you want.

Welcome from the Allan Church session and board members.

The Bannockburn Allan supports

Start Up Stirling Food crisis Centre.

They regularly require:

UHT milk

Ready meals

Kitchen towel rolls

Toilet rolls

Tinned vegetables esp Potatoes

Cereal bars and breakfast cereal                                                                                  


Please remember the Flower Rota!
Small donation accepted for floral displays in church  and vestibule, or donations of £25 for specific date or memorable occasion.