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Church Services
  • Sunday at 10-10.45 am.  All together family service. 
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  • Tuesday 11-11.30am.  Traditional service

Pastoral Care

If you require pastoral care then please contact

Rev Jim Stewart 01738 624167 or

Rev Anne Findlay 07540008838 .

LSM Connections Cafe

We are open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10am - 1pm.

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We are people with a range of ages, from all walks of life, who come together to celebrate, share, and learn about God’s love, made real for us in his Son, Jesus.

Our church building was completed in 2005.  We have a cafe entrance area, a large gym hall, and several comfortable rooms, as well as the sanctuary. The foundation stone bears witness to our faith: “For nothing is impossible with God.” (Luke 1:37).

On Sundays at 10am we have an altogether family service with praise band follows.  Our young people get together on Sunday evenings at 7pm. Our aim is to provide the opportunity to experience Christian worship to anyone who may be unfamiliar with more traditional services.

On Tuesdays 11-11.30, we have a traditional service.  

We have the privilege of welcoming visitors and enquirers at our worship services, and the building is used throughout the week by many community groups as well as church groups. OurLSM Connections Cafe is open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9am to 1, staffed by church volunteers. Anyone and everyone will find friendly service, great coffee, delicious scones, tray bakes and bacon rolls..

We will be delighted to welcome you and your family to join any part of our church life.

Letham St Mark’s is part of the Church of Scotland. 


We were founded in 1954 as part of the Church extension programme after World War II.


We have been witnessing to the love of Jesus Christ over these years. 


As a parish Church we are involved in the local community and enjoy sharing the Good News with those within our Parish.

Rev Jim Stewart