Sunday 11:30 Sung Eucharist
Wednesday 9.30am Morning Prayer, 10.15am Eucharist
St Catharine’s Episcopal Church was formed around 1864 as a mission congregation. A Curate was appointed in 1888. St Catharine’s was the mother church of St Ninian’s, Blackness (now the Church of Scotland) and St Mildred’s, (now St Peter’s) Linlithgow.
The congregation purchased the old Bo’ness Parish Church at Corbiehall in 1889 and sold it in 1919. The congregation continued to meet in the Town Hall for two years until the present building in Cadzow Crescent could be occupied in 1921. The church hall was added in 1928.
Our church is a small, charming structure, built in the Norman Style and is entered through a beautifully detailed and heavily buttressed porch, under an arched doorway.
Our hall is well used throughout the week by local groups but can be booked occasionally on request through our contact page.
January 2021 sees the 100th anniversary of the opening of St Catharine’s Church and plans are in the making on the best way to celebrate this.
The first service with communion following the lockdown will take place in St Catharine’s on Wednesday 12th August at 10.15am. Communion will be in one kind (bread only), according to the pastoral guidance issued by the SEC, but it is a step forward towards some kind of normal reopening. The church will have been […]
St Catharine’s is reopening for Private Prayer initially on Wednesday 5th August from 10-11.30am. The church and hall have been cleaned and chairs arranged in a socially distanced fashion. Please feel free to come along and spend as much time in quiet prayer or contemplation as we begin the process of meeting together in one […]
Andrew Boyle from Christians Against Poverty (CAP) will be visiting St Catharine’s during the morning service on Sunday 13th January. He will be talking to us about the kind of work they do, his personal experience of being a client of CAP, and how we, together with other churches in Bo’ness, might get involved in […]