• Updated Nov 2016

    Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness - Desmond Tutu

    The news overwhelms us with dark messages at the moment. There is so much going on in the world. But as Christians we may believe darkness doesn't have the last word. There is Good News, there is light despite all darkness and that is a hope that we celebrate with Christmas.
     
    Please join us for a service during Advent when we will think about the good news. Involved in services we have a street pastor from Aberdeen, the Forget Me Not Club, and gift service, and 9 lessons and carols.

    Next Messy Church - 7th December. Our Messy Church is open to all ages, so come along, try some crafts and have a meal with us.

    We are holding a service of remembrance of loved ones on September 11th in the evening. For details, please visit News.

    See our latest newsletter here

    Come and See The Light (photo taken by Alina Stevenson in the wood below Tom's Cairn)

    All are welcome in our Church, be they confirmed Christians, those new to the area, or families, visitors and individuals who would like to come and see what being a Christian is all about. We run a Creche and Junior Church during school terms. We are a friendly congregation who enjoy to remain after services for a cup of tea and a chat.

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