As there’s a bus trip on 4 June, we’ve moved the scheduled date of the Knockbain board and session meeting to 28 May. This will be held in Christine Lawrence’s house and will begin at 7pm
Today’s sermon is available to listen to here
Until further notice, everyone is welcome to join together to worship God in Killearnan Church at 10:15am each Sunday. Remedial work on the electrics on Knockbain should begin soon.
This evening (22 April) at 7pm in Killearnan, we will be warmly welcoming Rt Rev Dr Derek Browning, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and Anne Mulligan DCS, his chaplain to an evening service as part of his visit to Ross Presbytery. Dr Browning will be preaching and Ms Milligan will lead us in prayer. All… Read more »
After a recent electrical survey highlighted fire safety concerns at Knockbain Church, the decision has been taken to close the church until repairs can be made. Our minister, Susan Cord is inviting everyone to join in worship with the Killearnan congregation, on April 22 and 29. “We extend a warm invitation to everyone who would like to attend the 10:15am… Read more »
Many, many thanks to all who supported the Daffodil Tea in Killearnan today in any way. It was great to see the hall buzzing with friends old and new. Over £800 was raised, which will go towards supporting the life, mission and work of the church, in Killearnan Parish and beyond.
The annual daffodil tea takes place in Killearnan Church Hall from 10am to 12 noon this Saturday 14 April. Entry £3, includes tea or coffee and home baking. There’s also the chance to buy some homebaking to take home with you. It is delicious. All proceeds to church funds
Holy Wednesday (28 March) Short reflective service at 4pm in Knockbain Church Maunday Thursday (29 March) all are welcome to share a meal in Killearnan Church hall from 7pm, as we remember Jesus shared a meal with his disciples on the night of his arrest. Good Friday (30 March) service in Killearnan at 7pm Easter Sunday (1 April) – these… Read more »
This Friday (16 March) test your general knowledge at Killearnan Church’s Quiz Night. No need to form a team, just come as you are and join in the fun. Entry £3 per person, including nibbles and soft drinks (BYOB, if you wish) Is will be a good laugh, if anything else! We look forward to seeing you there.
Yesterday, on a dry, but very cold day, a tree was planted outside the hall at Killearnan church. It was dedicated to God and planted in memory of Lynn, who attended the Killearnan Church Art group. This is the cherry blossom tree (Lynn’s favourite tree) being planted by her parents Margaret and Alan. After, all those who were there shared… Read more »