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 »
It was a wonderful social evening on Friday night in Killearnan, as we heard more of the work of Doctor Graham’s Homes, ate from a range of curries, guessed the spice and generally had fun. All the while, raising nearly £350 towards the work of Doctor Graham’s Homes. As always, a huge thank you goes to those who organised this… Read more »
Sunday 29 October is the fifth Sunday of October, so both congregations will be joining to worship together in Killearnan church at 11am. During this service, we will share communion with one another. All are welcome to come, share and take part as we gather at the Lord’s table.
What a good night of conversation, food and laughter at last night’s annual Knockbain Harvest Supper. The hall was full and the table groaning (twice). Thank you to all who attended, and to all who organised this important part of fellowship.
What a great night was had by all who came along to Killearnan Church on Friday. There is such a pool of talent in the congregation. We heard songs, we sang songs, we laughed, we were entertained. The added bonus, was almost £350 being raised for Mary’s Meals.
Tomorrow night come to Killearnan Church for a night of fun, laughter and great entertainment, all in aid of Mary’s Meals There will be singing, including performances from a member of the cast of Annie and one of Highland Voices too. We’ll hear stories and poetry read and be entertained by local fiddle and accordion players too. It’s a night… Read more »
Yesterday, we celebrated our Harvest festival in Killearnan. Pictured is some of the food which was donated. The veggies were used to make soup, and distributed to those in the parish and congregation who who are housebound, lonely or going through a tough time. The non-perishable items will be donated to the Highland Foodbank. We also heard from May Gillan,… Read more »
You are warmly invited to Logie Easter Church for a performance of Barnabas: The Story of Saul and Barnabas in Cyprus (Acts 13). Full information can be found here – Barnabas Flyer-1