St Modoc's Church

On August 29th, 1878, a large gathering of Doune families witnessed the consecration by Bishop Wordsworth of a new episcopal church near the Woodside, a building enthusiastically described in the local paper that week as "one of the finest little places of worship within the bounds of Scotland". (Taken from Centenary brochure:  Saint Modoc's  1878-1978)

St Modoc's Church is situated in the village of Doune but is part of the community of Doune and Deanston. It is a stone's throw from the castle in Doune made famous by the film 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' and now by the TV series Outlander.

St Modoc's Church is part of the Scottish Episcopal Church and is a small but very friendly place of worship. We welcome anyone to come and worship with us on Sunday mornings for a service of Holy Communion which starts at 09:15.

Access to the church is easy;  there is plenty of parking by the church if you are less mobile and there is a lot of parking in the street next to the church.

There is a hearing-aid loop installed in the church and a very good speaker system so there is no chance you will miss the sermon!

We very much look forward to seeing you.