Patron:: Chair: Mrs. Barbara Boyd Thorpe Secretary: Mrs Ann Shaw Treasurer: Mr Angus Shaw
The first Sunday of each month at 10.00 am
Cults Kirk never closes but remains open for those wishing a quite place for prayer and contemplation or those curious to investigate this historic sanctuary or seek their ancestral heritage.
There are many rural Presbyterian churches in Scotland. In that way Cults may not be seen as unique. With its box pews, balcony and raised pulpit on the long wall, it is typical of its time. Yet Cults is special because of its beautiful setting and ancient history. It has been the spiritual home of generations of worshippers: the farmers, labourers and nobility of the parish including some who grew to national importance. Although steeped in history, Cults Kirk is not a museum. It continues to be a place of active Christian worship in the tradition of the Church of Scotland which is a Presbyterian Church. Many people visit the old kirk which is never closed. Here they find a retreat from the bustle of the world: a peaceful place for contemplation, prayer and spiritual refreshment.