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Welcome to Ardrossan Park Church.

Located at the corner of Dalry Road, the church was named after James Park schoolmaster of the Parochial School of Ardrossan from 1837 to 1850.
The foundation stone of this building was laid on 14 June 1958 and the Church was formally opened on 26 September 1959. The old Park Church building was previously situated in Glasgow Street. Ardrossan Park is a friendly and enthusiastic church, giving wide service to the community through its work with both young and old.

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Minister:  Rev. Tanya Webster B.Com, Dip Acc, BD

Tanya was born in Zambia and brought up in South Africa. She did her first degree in Accounting and Auditing in South Africa twenty years ago and worked for the accounting firm KPMG in Pietermaritzburg (near Durban) for several years before moving to Scotland in 1997.
Tanya’s mother is Scottish and her father is English.  They too moved back to the UK and are now settled in  Wales.

In 2004 she experienced a call to ministry so applied, and was accepted by the Church of Scotland as a candidate for full time ministry.  She graduated from Glasgow University in July 2009 having been awarded the Trinity Prize for most distinguished female graduate of the year.

Tanya was ordained and inducted to her first  charge at Ardrossan Park in March 2011.

Among other things Tanya loves to read and do craft work and she is keen on meeting new  people.

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Archie Currie

Archie is our Family and Outreach worker and is appointed to Ardrossan Park on a part time basis – 3 days a week.

Archie’s work background is in banking where he worked for 19 years. After taking of voluntary redundancy he used this time to study, and gain a BD from Glasgow   
During this time he was called to the role of Reader, in Ardrossan Presbytery – this for the last 10 years.  He has been used by Presbytery for pulpit supply and has preached in many local Churches, including Park.

Archie says
“I don’t remember a time when I wasn’t involved with a Church, from my early years in Shipmates, right through BB;  joining Bearsden South; being a Board member at Sandyford Thread Street after I got married;  being elected an Elder at Kilbirnie Auld after moving to the town; then being appointed joint Session Clerk.”

In his leisure time he enjoys walking and swimming and is involved with Dalry Thistle Juniors.

Archie Currie

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