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Relayed from Fetteresso Church,
Order of Service
Psalm xliii, 3-5 (Tune, Invocation) Prayer
Hymn, Thou whose Almighty word
(Rv. C. H., 364)
Lesson Prayer
Hymn, I heard the voice of Jesus say
(Rv. C.H., 410)
Address by the Rev. J. B. BURNETT ,
Hymn, Lead, kindly light, amid the encircling gloom (Rv. C.H., 568)
Organist, W. SCOTT JUPP
The church of Fetteresso was erected in 1812 to meet the needs of the New Town of Stonehaven. The old church, which is now a roofless ruin, is situated about a mile south-west of the railway station.
The Patron Saint of the parish is St.
Kieran, who was a fellow student of St. Columba in Ireland, his memory being perpetuated by a sacred well. The church was dedicated by David de Bernham , Bishop of St. Andrews, in 1246, and part of the thirteenth-century work, including the holy water stoup, still remains.
The Barclays of Ury had a separate loft in the old building, and on one occasion Christian Mollison , the widow of the famous Apologist, fell foul of the minister, denouncing his preaching and calling him a hireling, for which conduct she was forcibly removed from the church and subsequently fined £100 Scots by the Sheriff Depute.
The present church is a striking building, seated for fully 1,200 people, and with its towers and embrasured parapets resembling rather a fortified place than a place of worship. It possesses a fine organ by Willis, the gift of the late Sir Alexander Baird of Ury.


Unknown: Rev. J. B. Burnett
Organist: W. Scott Jupp
Unknown: David de Bernham
Unknown: Christian Mollison
Unknown: Sir Alexander Baird


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