Fort William Duncansburgh MacIntosh Parish Church

Scottish Charity Number SC013279

News and Special Events

10th Anniversary Celebration

Friday 1st September marks the 10th anniversary of the creation of Fort William: Dunacnsburgh MacIntosh by merging the former Duncansburgh and MacIntosh congregations. We're planning a special event for that evening so please save the date.


Survivors of bereavement by suicide are planning to start a local group for anyone affected by the suicide of a family member or friend. We'll be offering the Upper Room as premises for that group in to meet so watch out for more details to follow, or let one of the ministers, Richard or Morag know if you want us to get more details for you.


The Mod is coming to Fort William and we look forward to welcoming visitors then. The Gaelic service will take place in Duncansburgh MacIntosh Church at 3.00p.m. on Sun 15th October and the Celtic Praise service will also be in Duncansburgh that evening (time to be confirmed). The church and halls will be in use that week for Mod events and competitions.

Wider Mission Team

Our Wider Mission team has already organised a "Don't Forget Your Toothbrush" event to help with parcels for refugees, a meal with over forty people to hear from Suresh Vemullapalli about Indian Village Ministries and we're working to develop links wth Emmasdale in Zambia as part of the Presbytery twinning. Our next meeting is on Monday 26th June at the Upper Room, and anyone interested in working with the team is welcome. 

Street Pastors

Plan are afoot to start a Street Pastors group in Fort William. Anyone interested in being part of that or learning more about it is invited to a meeting in the church halls on Monday 12th June at 7.00p.m.

Unusual visitor

barn owl on ministers arm An unusual visitor took part in a recent wedding in the church. This barn owl flew the rings in for the bride and groom.

Council of Churches services (all at 6.30p.m.)

4th June 2017 Pentecost - at Caol

3rd September 2017 Harvest - at St Andrews