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Churches and Worship In Oban and Lorn

bencruachan.jpgThe following places of worship can be found in and around Oban. Some churches have their own website - just click on the appropriate link to visit their site.

St Columba's Cathedral

St Columba's Roman Catholic Cathedral is located on the Esplanade. Built in the 1930s, it is Oban's biggest ecclesiastical building. Mass is celebrated each weekday at 10.00am, on Saturdays at 6.00pm and on Sundays at 10.30am.

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Oban Parish Church

The Church of Scotland's Parish Church is situated on Glencruitten Road. It is wheelchair accessible and is equipped with a sound system. Also provides large-print hymn books.
Morning worship at 10.30am every Sunday.

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St John's Episcopal Cathedral

St John's Episcopal Cathedral is Oban's second Cathedral, located in George Street. The Scottish Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican Communion.
There is a Said Communion at 8.00am and a Sung Eucharist at 10.15am every Sunday, and a Said Communion at 11.00am on Wednesdays.

Oban Congregational Church

Oban Congregational Church was founded in 1805. The current building is located in Tweedale Street.
Sunday Worship is at 11.00am.

Oban Baptist Church

Oban Baptist Church is at the top of Albany Street close to the town centre.
Sunday Worship is at 10.30 am. For more information please visit the Church's website.

Campbell Street Church

Campbell Street Church, located in Campbell Street, is affiliated to the Associated Presbyterian Church.
Sunday morning worship is at 11.00am.

Oban Free High Church

Oban Free High Church looks over the town centre from its Rockfield Road location on Oban hill.
Sunday worship is at 11.00am and 6.30pm.

The Salvation Army

Sunday Worship takes place at 11am and is open to all. Further information regarding Salvation Army activities in this area can be found via Facebook - Salvation Army Oban Corps or by phone on 01631 563652 or 07501655954.

Kilmore Church

The Church of Scotland's Kilmore Kirk is a small, simple country church. It was erected in 1875.
Worship takes place at noon on the first Sunday of the month all year round. Large print hymn books & orders of service are available.