On Sunday 29 January, immediately after the service, the members of the Killearnan congregation will be voting on whether or not to move from our current constitution (know as a Model Deed constitution) to a Unitary Constitution. Please, make every effort to be there as the Killearnan members make this important decision. In order to help with this decision please… Read more »
On Friday 16 December at 7pm (yes, that’s this Friday), there will be a Community Carol service. This service is being organised by our neighbouring church, St John’s Scottish Episcopal Church, Arpafeelie. It is open to all, as we heard again from the bible, of the coming of Christ into our world and sing carols together. The local Cub Scouts… Read more »
Can it be that Christmas is only 2 weeks on Sunday? It’s an exciting time of year, where we prepare once more to welcome the Christ Child into our midst. In the run up to Christmas, most of our services will be at the usual times of 10:15 at Killearnan and 12 noon at Knockbain. We’ll also have some joint… Read more »
The annual Killearnan Christmas Fayre takes place this Saturday 19 November from 10am to 12 noon. Come along and drink tea, eat cake and see all the wonderful goodies for sale. Entry £3 on the door, which includes refreshments.
Fancy a Friday night curry? Why not join us at Killearnan Church Hall for a curry and fellowship on Friday 21 October at 7:30pm. Tickets £7.50, with all proceeds going to Doctor Graham’s Homes (PS Don’t worry if you don’t ‘do’ curry – there’s a non-curry option available too!)
Susan will be running a series of four session for those who may wish to make a public profession of faith in Jesus as Lord, in Killearnan Hall on 3, 17, 24 and 31 October at 7:30pm. Each session is open to all – full member, those wishing to become members and those who simply want to find out more…. Read more »
Please come along to our first evening service in North Kessock Hall at 7pm tonight. All are welcome.
We will be having a joint meeting of both our churches Boards and Sessions on Friday 5th August at 7pm in Killearnan hall, to discuss an urgent matter. Please would all board and session members of both congregations come, if they possibly can.
As a trial, we’ll be moving to North Kessock Hall’s committee room for our monthly evening service. This will be on the first Thursday of the month at 7pm, from 1st September.
A huge thank you to all who turned out for our Brass Band concert on Friday 22 July. The church was packed, and the music was brilliant. A marvellous experience for all who were there – band and audience alike. Over, £612 was raised on the night. A huge thank you to all who came to support it.