Dumbarton: Riverside

About Riverside

Dumbarton: Riverside is a Church of Scotland congregation located in Dumbarton town centre at the end of the High Street, on the junction of Castle Street and Church Street.  In addition to the main sanctuary building Riverside boasts an impressive suite of modern halls, meeting rooms and kitchens which draw a wide variety of people, young and old, every day of the week, extending our christian fellowship well beyond worship on Sunday mornings.

Minister

Rev Ian Johnson was inducted as minister of Dumbarton: Riverside on 27th February 2014 and is now the minister for all three Church of Scotland congregations within Dumbarton.

Children releasing balloons during a service

Development Worker

Marie Clare Dungavell joined us in Summer 2015 as the new Development Worker for the linkage in Dumbarton, focusing on youth engagement.

Pastoral Assistant

Maureen Burke started as our Pastoral Assistant in Spring 2018, working across the 3 parishes in the town.

History

Dumbarton: Riverside was formed in the 1970s as the union of Dumbarton Old Parich Church, Dumbarton High Church and Dumbarton North Church.  Knoxland Parish Church joined the union in the 1980s.

Linkage

Dumbarton: Riverside was linked with Dumbarton: The West Kirk, in 2014. Following a change to the Presbytery Plan, Dumbarton: St Andrews became part of the linkage in 2018.  The 3 congregations currently share one minister, a part-time pastoral care assistant and a part-time youth development worker.

Activities

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Find or Contact Riverside

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Visit our main website here: http://www.dumbartonriverside.org.uk