Welcome to Fowlis Wester Church

Set in the village of Fowlis Wester, our 13th century Kirk, dedicated to Saint Bean, is open daily all year round. Within the Kirk there are several Pictish stones and crosses - one that dates from the 8/9th century and two others that were built into the Kirk wall but are now on display. In the Vestry there are pictures from 1926 showing how the Kirk looked before the great renovation in 1927, along with the McBean tartan and photographs. 

In the graveyard, at the back of the Communion table window, there is a Knight Templers gravestone with a sword and an axe carved on it. This is only a snap shot of what can be found in our Kirk and you are more than welcome to spend as much time as you like exploring the Kirk . Before you leave please sign the visitors book and if you wish leave a prayer on our prayer tree. 

In October this year the Kirk was presented with a Record of Furnishings by NADFAS. Information and pictures held in the Record of Furnishings can be found in a folder in the Vestry - please feel free to spend some time browsing through when you visit.  Below is a picture of our minister, Rev David Denniston, receiving the Register from NADFAS members.

 

  









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