News & Updates

Bulletin - Sunday 4th of July

Creche and Tweenies 11:00 in downstairs church hall.
Tweenies children (aged 3-5) can be left by parents as before.
Creche children (aged 0-2) parents will be asked to remain with their child in creche at present due to Covid restrictions.
All Covid protocols will be adhered to. If you are wishing to book a place for your child, please contact Fiona Macleod on 07825 000 250 with your:
Name; Telephone number; Names of children attending (details required for track and trace).
You will then receive an information sheet with what to expect at Creche/Tweenies under the current Covid circumstances. If you haven't been to Creche or Tweenies before we would be delighted to see you there!

Monday 5th - 7.30pm
Monthly Prayer Meeting on Zoom

Tuesday 6th - 11.00am
Prayer link with Muriel in Cambodia on Zoom

Tuesday 6th - 7.00 pm
The Deacons’ Court will meet on Zoom.

Wednesday 7th - 7.30pm
Prayer Meeting in the Seminary, Francis Street and on Zoom led by Rev James Maciver. Zoom details of prayer meetings available from Mairianne at or 704397. To attend in person, places must be booked with Lizzie 07900 586930.

Saturday 10th July
Return of Freewill Offering Envelopes in M.A. Hall between 2.00pm and 4.00pm


Services next week
1th July 11am English Service (Church): Rev James Maciver
11am Gaelic Service (Seminary): Rev Kenneth Ferguson
6.30pm English Service (Church): Mr David Ferguson

REMEMBER: Due to the covid pandemic, you must book to attend church services. To attend English services in the Church, contact Lorraine on or 07720 321 081 before 6.30pm on Friday. To attend the Gaelic service in the Seminary contact Lizzie on or 07900 586 930 before 6:30pm on Saturday.

Finlay Eric Macleod
As a congregation and community, we offer our deepest condolences to Ruth and Finlay Macleod following the tragic death of their beautiful baby, Finlay Eric, on the 31st of May 2021 from an undiagnosed congenital heart defect. He was just 20 weeks old. We pray the God of all comfort will be very near to them in their dark sorrow. Finlay and Ruth would like to thank their family, friends, neighbours and the wider community for the love, support and prayers following the loss of their precious baby. They have been greatly strengthened and deeply moved with the many expressions of kindness extended both to themselves and their families at this very difficult time.

As a tribute to Finlay Eric, they have created the following page where donations can be made in his memory:

All the monies raised will be forwarded directly to the ‘Tiny Tickers’ charity which aims to improve the early detection and care of babies with serious heart conditions.