Rev Scott McInnes ( Minister)

Scott became minister at Stirling North in October 2016. This is his first charge but prior to coming to Stirling he served for 9 months as a Locum Minister at Bargeddie Parish Church in Lanarkshire, and before that 18 months as a Probationary Minister at Burnside Blairbeth Parish Church in Glasgow. Before training for ministry Scott worked as a Chemical & Process Engineer in the Oil & Gas industry. He is married to Alison and has two children, Sam and Emily.
Scott appreciates the congregation’s willingness to try a range of approaches in ministry and mission and is always eager to share the Good News of Jesus in our community.


Hunter Grier

Hunter is a retired teacher who taught French and German locally for many years.

Originally from Northern Ireland, he is married to Anne and they have 4 children and 8 grandchildren.
He enjoys walking and cycling.


Rev Gordon Mathew (retired minister)

Gordon and his wife Lorna are both originally Falkirk “bairns”. Gordon went to Larbert High School and Glasgow University, but that is ancient history!

He served as a minister in five very different charges: in Penicuik, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Clackmannan and Buckie (from which he took early retirement in 2011).

He enjoys keeping in touch with friends in different parts of the country. Their three grown-up children and family are all in Glasgow.

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Maureen Birrell (Session Clerk)

Maureen is a retired nurse. The last 30 years in her career she was a night sister in accident and emergency. Born and raised in Callander she attended McLaren High School.

Married to John for 53 years she is looking forward to their first great grandchild in December.  She enjoys reading, walking, swimming and sewing.