Full details of services can be found in the latest edition of the Eagle, elsewhere on this site.


Sung Eucharist 11am

Changes and any other services will be announced as available on this site.


WEDNESDAYS: Said Eucharist: 10.15am (Lady-Chapel).


Occasionally, as announced.

Music In St John’s

The Organ

The three manual Conacher organ dates from 1889. It is valued by the congregation for its important place in church services and also by a range of local professional and amateur organists for recitals, or simply for practice and pleasure. The organist and choirmaster Neil Smeaton was appointed at the age of 15 in 1998. He is much in demand as a fine recitalist and accompanist.

Other music

The excellent acoustic of the church lends itself to all kinds of musical performance.

Since about 1998 this potential has been deliberately exploited. In addition to regular organ recitals St John’s has become well known for performances of all kinds. These have involved professional and amateur musicians, soloists, choirs and school ensembles. St John’s seeks out young musicians to offer them a platform at the start of their careers. The Rector and Vestry welcome these musical activities as part of our open-door policy and as a contribution to the cultural life of Forfar and the surrounding district.

St Margaret’s, Lunanhead

Services are held at 2pm on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, except in July and August when there are no services. On the 1st Sunday the Service is taken by The Rev Karen Fenwick from the Lowson Memorial Church, Forfar, and on the 3rd Sunday by The Rev Elaine Garman from St John's, Forfar.

Latest News & Events

The College of Bishops is designating 2021 as a Provincial Year of Pilgrimage. For further information, click here.

To visit the Diocesan website, follow this link: www.standrews.anglican.org








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