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West Face of the Glamis Manse Stone
East Face of the Glamis Manse Stone

West Angus Area Ministry (WAAM)
The West Angus Area Ministry is an exciting new venture which seeks to bring the people of a number of local area churches together to share their faith in God and build fellowship and friendship in a way that develops their spirituality.

WAAM is comprised of: Eassie, Nevay & Newtyle Parish Church

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Glens & Kirriemuir Old Parish
Presbyterian Church Of Scotland church with sanctuaries (churches) in beautiful parts of Angus. Kirriemuir, is of course, very famous for being the birthplace of J. M. Barrie, the author of Peter Pan.

Kirriemuir St Andrew's Parish Church linked with Oathlaw Tannadice
St Andrew's Church, Kirriemuir, the Church of Scotland in the Southmuir Parish of the town in Angus linked with Oathlaw Tannadice Church which is approximately seven miles to the east of Kirriemuir. The two parishes are situated on the southern edge of the Cairngorm National Park at the foot of the Angus Glens - a beautiful area renowned for hill walking.

Lowson Memorial Church, Forfar
Lowson Memorial is the Church of Scotland Church which serves the East side of Forfar, in the County of Angus, Scotland.

St. Andrew's Church, Arbroath
Presbyterian Church Of Scotland church across the street from Arbroath Abbey where the Declaration Of Independence for Scotland was signed in 1320. A vibrant church in an old fishing port with many interesting places to visit.

Angus Presbytery
A website for and about the business of Church of Scotland ministers and their parishes in most of the county of Angus. This covers Brechin, Edzell and Montrose in the north, Isla Parish and Newtyle in the west with a rough line from Carnoustie, Barry to Inverarity and Glamis, Eassie and Nevay meeting up with Newtyle in the south.

The Church Of Scotland
The website covers all aspects of the National Presbyterian Church Of Scotland.

Saint Andrew Press, the Church Of Scotland publishing house.
Saint Andrew Press is delighted to let you know of the arrival of the Church’s one-stop online shop. This enables you to find conveniently a wide range of books that are published by the Church. Publications include books on all aspects of worship: there are prayer books, hymn books, other worship materials, books for worship leaders, for prayer groups and for individuals; books of spiritual poetry; children’s books; and some books on other things you may be interested in, such as music, biography and Scottish history. There are special offers, extracts and reviews. You will find information on authors and on book-related events, and the site will continuously grow and develop to meet your needs.

Christian Aid
Christian charity with projects all over the world aimed at helping people to help themselves earn a living and achieve a decent level of self respect.

Web Church
Scotland's first virtual church with no buildings, no committees. An interesting Christian site to visit and spend some quality time.

Boys' Brigade
The Boys Brigade website. A web presence for the worldwide organisation, begun in Glasgow in 1883, aimed at giving boys an opportunity to work and play together with a foundation in Christ.

Christianity at have an amazing set-up of which this site is one covering the Christian point of view.

Kinnettles Heritage Group
A superb and extensive Community and local history website. Lots of local information.

Angus Council
Angus Local Government website detailing not just "local government" things, but, also lots of local community and historical information.

Visit Scotland
The Scottish Tourist Board website. A super site covering all areas of Scotland with information not just on where to stay, but, also events coming up through the year allowing you to fill your visit with interesting things to see and do.

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