Church Services

Masses             Sundays             9.45 am   & 6.00 pm
                        Mondays            Eucharistic Service at 10.00 am
                         Tues -- Sat.          10.00 am
Exposition:       Wednesday:            8.30 - 9.30 pm          
                        Thursday:               10.30-11.00 am

Confessions      Saturday         9.30–10-00am, 10.30– 11.00am
                                                  7. 00 - 7.30 pm                                                                                                 
Where to find us in Prestwick

   August 31st :  ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO WHITHORN, SUNDAY 31ST AUGUST: Please see notice board for details.  Please note that this is not the bank-holiday weekend.

14th September: MARY’S MEALS-RAFFLE & RAGS TO RICHES CLOTHING COLLECTION: Mary’s Meals will visit the parish on Sunday 14th September after the morning Mass. They will collect unwanted/unused clothing, rags and other textiles. Please note – ONLY TEXTILES (CLOTHES, HOUSEHOLD TEXTILE, SHOES, BAGS ETC.) but not general bric-a-brac.  The van will stay for half an hour after Mass to collect items.  Representatives of Mary’s Meals will also be selling raffle tickets.

SUNDAY 7TH SEPEMBER 2014    NATIONAL PILGRIMAGE TO CARFIN-: The Annual National Pilgrimage will be held in Carfin Grotto at 3.00pm on Sunday, 7th September 2014.  This year’s theme will be based on the life of St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland, and the homilist will be Bishop John Keenan, Bishop of Paisley.  The main Celebrant at the Mass will be Archbishop Philip Tartaglia and following the Mass there will be Rosary and Benediction.  We encourage priests from across Scotland to Concelebrate Mass with the Conference of Bishops on this occasion.  Permanent Deacons are also encouraged to take part in the Mass.  A special invitation is extended to all parishes, schools and societies under the patronage of St. Margaret’s to attend.  The Carfin Pilgrimage Centre and St. Francis Xavier Centre will be available for use by the pilgrims throughout the day.
St Quivox Church

Parish Priest Fr Philip Kitchen

St. Quivox Road KA9 1LU


Tel : 01292 478068


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