Welcome to the web site
of the D Mac
We warmly invite you to come and join us
Also visit us on Facebook
Intimation of upcoming events are now mainly
on our Facebook page
Thursday 2 April: Maundy Thursday
Lunchtime Services at Fort William D. Mac at 12.15 pm and 1.15 pm
Evening Services at DMac and Kilmonivaig (Spean Bridge) at 7.00 pm
Friday 3 April: Good Friday
Services at Fort William D. Mac and Kilmonivaig at 7.00pm
Sunday 5 April: Easter Day
Services at Fort William D. Mac and Kilmonivaig at 11am
Evening Service at Fort William DMac at 6.30pm
Join us at Duncansburgh MacIntosh at 11am
We are journeying through Lent at the moment,
with our Lenten Cross made from our Chrismon Tree.
24th February 2015 'Act Alliance Peace Candle' lit during the Guild meeting, guest speaker Jennie Curtis, sharing her teaching service in China.
Changes in the Church WiFi
New WiFi units have been installed and are in good working order.
They have been renamed
DMacNewHall – also covers the Upper Room
The Vestry remains named DMac Router – it also covers the Upper Room and the Old Hall.
In the Church, the laptop at the back will now connect with
the internet so that the projector can display any internet site, video etc.
Many thanks to Melville Paton for his considerable efforts and expertise in setting all this up. Now - let's use it!
For some time, it had been planned to move the control of the sound system and projection system from the front of the Church to the corner at the back.
An office desk was purchased to serve as a console which takes the sound mixer desk, the equipment for making recordings of the Service on to memory sticks for those unable to attend Church and the laptop which serves the projectors at the front and back of the Church.
With the mixer desk no longer hidden away in a cabinet, the operator can now adjust the microphone levels to provide a consistent level and quality of reproduction. This is particularly useful for the microphone at the lectern where the voice level of different readers may vary.
Who are we?
Fort William Duncansburgh MacIntosh Parish Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland within the Presbytery of Lochaber.
The congregation derived its name following the union in 2007 of the two Fort William Church of Scotland Congregations—Duncansburgh and MacIntosh Memorial.
Click here for more information on these congregations.
Where are we?
We are situated on the Parade, a grassy area in the centre of Fort William. To find us click here.
Our Sunday Worship
Our morning Sunday service is at 11.00am.
The crèche, Junior church and Bible Class meet during the morning service and everyone is encouraged to stay behind after each service to share with each other over a cup of tea/coffee.
In the evening there is a service at 6.30pm in the new church hall at the rear of the Church.
Weddings and Funerals
If you are looking at our web site because you want assistance with organising a wedding or arranging a funeral contact the Session Clerk by clicking here.
Kilmonivaig Church in Spean Bridge
Our congregation shares a Minister with Kilmonivaig in Spean Bridge. Services are also held at 11.00 am there.
To accommodate this, each Sunday the services are conducted on a rota basis.
The Rev Dr Adrian Varwell is our Interim Moderator and Locum as we journey through the vacancy journey.
The Rev Morag Muirhead is an Ordained Local Minister who is assigned to this charge.
The Session Clerk is Mrs Mabel Wallace. Contact her by clicking here.
The Safeguarding Co-ordinator is Mrs Jean Sneddon.
Click here to email her.
Our web site
David Anderson is the webmaster.
If you want to contact David click here.
David is a retired Ordained Local Minister.