The Daffodil tea at Killearnan takes place on Saturday 2 April from 10am-12noon. Entry is by donation.
Last night, people from the church and community at Killearnan were trained in CPR and use of a defibrillator by Lukcy2bhere, a charity. They left behind an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), which will be placed in a temperature controlled box outside the church hall, for anyone who needs this lifesaving piece of kit to access.
Many thanks to all who came to the Harvest Supper on Friday night (25th October). Over £230 was raised for church funds. And today (27th October) 2 full tables of food was given to the Highland Foodbank as part of their Harvest Service.
Many. many thanks to all who supported Killearnan’s Curry Night on Friday (18th October). For coming and eating the delicious food; giving generously to Dr Graham’s Homes; for cooking and serving; and for all the background things which happen to make an event like this run smoothly. Gloria and David Potter spoke and sang to us. (Gloria is Dr Graham’s… Read more »
Thank you to all who came to Killearnan’s Harvest service on Sunday. Pictured is some of the food donations we received. The perishable food went to Inverness Foodstuff and non-perishables to Highland Foodbank
Killearnan’s grapevine magazine is available to read here: Grapevine August 2019
On Sunday 12 May we are delighted to announce Rt Rev Susan Brown, current Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, will be preaching in both congregations. As usual, the services will be 10:15 in Killearnan and 12 noon in Knockbain. All are very welcome.
Killearnan’s latest grapevine is available to read here: Grapevine April 2019
Killearnan’s annual Daffodil Tea is this Saturday (30th March) between 10 and 12:30. Entry is £3:50 on the door, which includes tea, coffee and cakes. There will also be some home baking to buy and bunches of daffodils for sale too. It’s always a good blether
The service for the third Sunday in Lent is available to listen to here: 24 March 2019 service