Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh 
"The diocesan curia consists of those institutions and persons which furnish assistance to the bishop in the governance of the entire diocese, especially in directing pastoral activity, in providing for the administration of the diocese and in exercising judicial power." 

Balfron Church                         
The present church, situated at The Clachan, at the top of the village, is now the Church of Scotland Parish Church, as a result of a series of unions of The North Church (formerly the Parish Church) and The South Church (formerly the Associate Session, the Holm Church and the United Presbyterian Church). Balfron and Fintry are linked churches, sharing a minister. 

Balfron Heritage Group
Balfron Heritage Group was founded in 1989 to organise and exhibition of the village’s past to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the building of Ballindalloch Cotton Works in 1790 – an event which transformed this sleepy Stirlingshire hamlet into a bustling village at the heart of the Industrial Revolution. After the success of the Exhibition in the old Co-operative Drapery in Buchanan Street, the need was seen to continue the heritage Group which has gone from strength to strength over the past fifteen years or so.

Balfron Village Website
An interactive website for villagers who wish to advertise events, run a blog, raise issues for discussion or promote their organisation.

Drymen Church
The present Church Building, listed as a Category B building of Special Achitectural or Historic Interest, stands on a site which has been a centre of Christian worship for many hundreds of years, possibly since the 11th Century. Our present Minister, inducted to the Church in 1997, is the 19th incumbent of the charge since the Reformation in 1560! Two of the earlier Ministers, a father and son, served continuously from 1743 to 1823, the son going on to be Principal of Glasgow University.

Eco-Congregation Scotland
Eco-Congregation Scotland is an ecumenical programme to help congregations understand environmental issues and make appropriate practical and spiritual responses. The programme is free of charge and very flexible, as each congregation has different opportunities for change.

Fintry Kirk
Rebuilt in 1823 around an original Kirk of 1642, only the bell was retained and is still in regular use today. With its superb Victorian, Memorial World War and modern stained glass, this is a beautiful, yet simple house of God. A much needed Session house was added in the kirkyard in 1992. Fintry and Balfron are linked churches, sharing a minister.

Killearn Kirk
We are a Church of Scotland congregation in the village of Killearn to the north of Glasgow. We worship God together, and learn from the Bible, seeking to serve Him in the parish of Killearn and beyond.

Reach Out Dinners
Reach Out Dinners, join us for a meal, and listen to one man's story

St Kessog's, Blanefield 
St Kessog's Roman Catholic Church was built in 1893, aided by the navvies who had come to the Parish to construct the second Water Tunnel. St Kessog's shares a Priest with St Anthony's 

Strathendrick Baptist Church
Balfron has a lively baptist church based in Mclintock Hall .

Trossachs Praise
A monthly meeting that happens at Gartmore House. Lots of Worship and Praise at this meeting.

St Anthony's is a Parish of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, 
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