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 »
Many thanks to everyone who baked, served and supported our presence at North Kessock’s community market yesterday. It was a good opportunity to serve our community and rise our profile, with the added bonus of raising over £130 towards our church funds.
On Sunday 31 December, with mixed emotions, we bid farewell to Anne and Ron Gunstone. Both had been part of Killearnan Church for 30 years and, during that time, had been great Christian witnesses in the church and community. We wish them every blessing as they start a new chapter in Wales.A huge thanks goes to all who organised the… Read more »
Many, many thanks to all who gave so generously to the special collections held at our Christmas services. Over £185 was raised for Mickey’s Line in Killearnan and over £130 for Samaritans in Knockbain.
As 28 January is the closest Sunday to Robert Burn’s birthday, we’ll be having a Scottish themed service. We may have the bible reading in Scots, and we definitely will have Scottish hymn tunes (though is Highland Cathedral really a Scottish tune?). If you can, wear something tartan. Don’t worry if you don’t have anything tartan, just come as you… Read more »
As many of you will be aware, Anne and Ron Gunstone are moving to Wales, to be closer to their family and enjoy seeing their grandchildren grow up. They have been (and will continue to be) a big part of Killearnan, so we will be saying cheerio (because it is with cheer) to them on Sunday from 12:45pm in Killearnan… Read more »
The Church of Scotland Guild raises a considerable amount of money for various national and international charities. At the moment, one of the projects they are supporting is Feed the Minds, which aims to transform people’s lives through eduction. Ferintosh Church of Scotland Guild have invited all in the congregations of Killearnan and Knockbain to a soup lunch they are… Read more »
Today’s sermon, as preached by our minister, Susan Cord, is available to listen to here.
In Killearnan and Knockbain, we like to get together to share food and fellowship. We find it’s a good way to deepen our relationships with one another. As part of this, we have regular soup lunches, after the services. Killearnan’s is on the first Sunday of the month; Knockbain on the last Sunday. Here’s some photos from the latest soup… Read more »