St. Kessog's Church, Comrie
Order of Service
Psalm cxxi, I to the hills will lift mine eyes (Tune, French)
Hymn, Immortal, invisible, God only wise (Rv.C.H. 12)
Hymn, Ye servants of God, your
Master proclaim (Rv.C.H. 168)
Address by the Rev. IAN D. NEILSON
Hymn, Saviour, again to Thy dear
Name we raise (Rv.C.H. 301)
Organist, JAMES M. Rowe
St. Kessog was one of the followers of St. Ninian in the task of evangelising Scotland. The line of his missionary journeys is marked by churches bearing his name-at Luss, Callander, Comrie, and Auchterarder. The Saint died in A.D. 560, and was buried on one of the islands in Loch Lomond. A tree-covered mound called Tom-a-Kessog marks the traditional site of his preaching at Comrie, and the church is close to this mound.
Rev. Ian D.
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