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The Church

The impressive Church building in the heart of the village has been closed for five years now. Although the sale to a large property developer was hotly contested by many of the villagers, it went through, and the conversion into flats is almost complete.

As a fellowship we still believe that God can restore the building to us. "For that which is impossible for man is possible with God"

The People

We are located in a unique village in Renfrewshire, which was built entirely on the Christian faith of William Quarrier, a Victorian Christian. Once 2,000 strong, the Church was filled with the orphaned and destitute children cared for in Quarriers Homes, and their house parents. No longer used as an orphanage, the village is populated by private individuals, former house parents and some adults with special needs. All these groups are represented, along with former boys and girls, in our congregation of around 30 adults and 20 children. Historically the Church minister was also Quarriers Chaplain, but the Church and the Charity are no longer connected.
This photo shows Bethesda, the building where we meet on Sundays and Wednesday evenings.

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