Logie Kirk is the Parish church for Stirling University and the two have enjoyed close links since the University’s foundation over 50 years ago. The congregation of Logie presented the University with a Ceremonial Mace which is used today for Graduations and other special occasions. The Parish of Logie is one of the oldest in Scotland and the Kirk is located adjacent to the University.
Causewayhead forms the greater part of the parish and our Church Halls are situated in the centre of this part of Stirling on Alloa Road.
We seek to be welcoming and inclusive, with worship for adults and children. Sunday services at Logie Kirk start at 11am. Worship is rooted in the traditions of the church and relevant for today. We offer many opportunities to explore faith and serve others. Find our worshipping community on Facebook.
A strong link between Logie Kirk and Stirling University is through The Friends of Logie, a separate Charitable Trust of which the Deputy Principal at the University is a Trustee. The Friends present an annual award to the student submitting the best dissertation on a religious subject.
Friends of Logie Kirk also, in partnership with the University of Stirling, promotes a bi-annual lecture/debate. This year’s Lecture will take place on Wednesday 7 November in the Logie Lecture Theatre.
All are welcome!