Here’s an interesting video produced by Falkirk Presbytery about the challenges facing the Church of Scotland and how churches must face them. The video can be found via this link: http://www.falkirkpresbytery.org.uk/resources/re-imagine?fbclid=IwAR0llFVi0zHQ67O-U63yXHEHDBSqfJe7ykoj3h1Xye6b7C7f_BgqQ1BZZPM
Join with local churches and the community of North Kessock at the annual carol service in North Kessock hall from 7pm. Refreshments will be served afterwards.
Many thanks to all who organised, baked, donated and came along to the Killearnan Christmas Fayre today. So far, almost £1200 has been raised, and there’s more goodies to buy after the service tomorrow.
Tomorrow (17 November) Killearnan hosts its Christmas Fayre from 10am till 12 noon. Entry is £3:50 on the door, which included tea, coffee and home baking. There are plenty of stalls, with crafts and goodies to buy along with the chance to win a super Christmas hamper.
Please note the change of times for next week, particularly worship in Killearnan and the Acts of Remembrance. Worship in Killearnan at 9:30am (Please note earlier time) Acts of Remembrance at both Fettes and Drumsmittal War Memorials begin at 10:55am Worship in Knockbain at 12 noon After both church services, there will be the opportunity to give to the work… Read more »
Killearnan Church will be open from 10am to 3pm for the National Day of Prayer. Drop in to pray for the church locally, nationally and internationally; to pray for yourself; to pray for others; to pray for the world. Say for 5 minutes or the full 5 hours. There will be prayer station in the church to help guide prayer,… Read more »
Between both churches, well over 40 boxes have been donated to Bythswood. With those boxes, some of the poorest, most vulnerable people in our world will receive a gift at Christmas. We pray this is a sign of God’s love to them. We also sent some knitted blankets off too, some of which came from Tiree! Those will head off… Read more »
Killearnan are starting a walking group, on Thursday 11 October. We’ll meet in the Killearnan hall car park for a leisurely walk of 3-4 miles maximum. The first walk is being led by Jill Tilford, and will begin from Killearnan at 1:30pm. All are most welcome. Why not invite a friend to join you? The walkers will return to the… Read more »
The new session of the Tuesday afternoon group kicks off tomorrow in Killearnan at 2pm. There will be a visitor with their guide dog, conversation and refreshments. All welcome.
30 September is a fifth Sunday of the month. This means a joint service, which this time will be in Killearnan at 11am. All welcome