Welcome to St Andrews Church of Scotland, Golspie

    St Andrews would love to have you worship with us at 11:00 am every Sunday. Do please feel free to contact the minister on 01408 633295 or mail JSterrett@churchofscotland.org.uk.

    Golspie Sunday services are at 11:00am in the St Andrews Church.

    Welcome to our church.

    “Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved….”  Acts 16:31a

    We are a traditional, yet lively, parish church in the village of Golspie located in the beautiful Scottish Highlands.  It is our desire to share the love of Jesus with everyone who comes in contact with us.  In our worship we hope you’ll find a blend of sincere commitment to God and genuine fellowship with one another.

    Come help us make a difference for Christ in the Highlands!  

    Get in Touch.

    We would love to welcome you as part of the family of St Andrews in Golspie, or simply to one of our services if you are just passing by, our activities and services are open to all and we would be delighted to have you with us.

    If you would like to know more about the church and our community around Golspie then please do contact the minister who would be only too happy to meet with you and to help.

    News and Information


    Contact Us Directly

    John Sterrett – St Andrews Minister

    St Andrews

    Church Of Scotland,

    1886 Old Bank Rd,
    KW10 6RR

    For any questions, comments or information you require:

    Minister – John Sterrett

    01408 633 295



    If you’d like to make a donation to St Andrews there is a special page on the Church of Scotland website that accepts charitable contributions.

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