The Scottish Government have announced that Places of Worship may re-open on Friday the 26th March 2021 with the restrictions agreed by the Scottish Bishops i.e. shortened services, 2 metre distancing, wearing of face coverings and hand sanitising as before. Services will be held in the hall to enable 2 metre distancing.
Online booking for services can be made at Eventbrite or by telephone to 763774. If the answerphone is on be sure to leave your name and address and which service you wish to attend. Notices and announcements will be made during the Sunday morning mass.
The Catechism classes for 1st Confessions, Communions and Confirmations are suspended until present restrictions are lifted. St. Vincent De Paul meet monthly in the church hall at St. John Vianney's after the morning mass on the last Sunday of each month.
See below for masses during the restrictions.
The weekday mass may be changed to accommodate funerals and the elections in May. These will be announced on Sundays.
Holy days of Obligation
Individually by appointment
Saint John Vianney's is situated in the town of Alva (Clackmannanshire, Scotland). Saint John Vianney's RC Church serves the Hillfoot towns of Menstrie, Alva, Tillicoultry and Dollar.Also the villages of Glenochil, Fishcross, Benview, Coalsnaughton, Devonside and Dollarbeg.
We no longer publish current and previous notices on this website. The printed newsletters are available at the church during Sunday morning mass.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL meet monthly in the church hall at St. John Vianney's after the morning mass on the last Sunday of each month.
The Catechism starts in November to prepare for 1st Confessions in Lent and then 1st Communion takes place after Easter.
Morning masses may be changed because of funeral masses and other events.
These will be announced at masses and in the printed newsletter.
|Sunday Mass||9:30am and 6:15pm|
|Daily Mass||9:30am except Fridays|
|Holy days of Obligation||as announced|
|Confessions||Saturdays 12 to 12:30pm|