New minister at
Kingswells Parish Church from 8th
11am to 12noon
(and by arrangement).
0 to 3
12 plus Sunday
1st Thursday of
available for hire on
Dolly is a
local, born in Aberdeen, she was
previously the minister of Fintray
Kinellar and Keithhall Parish Churches.
two sons, one husband and one cocker
spaniel called Max who can be seen
regularly from the park and ride bus in
the manse garden.
So what's on ?
Mornings: Prayers at 10a.m.
- Morning worship at 11a.m.
and Sunday school for children age 0-12
is served each week after the service
- Fellowship and Bible study
in the church hall on Monday evenings
- Restarts on Monday 10th
thank you to all who attended the nativity
plays and concerts in the church and
community hall over the last two weeks. -
every child was a star.
Also a big
thank you to the great welcome I have
received from the school where I am
looking forward to being a regular
we are having an epiphany communion on
Sunday 2nd January and then
For a few
weeks we shall be asking how we attend to
Jan - through the sacraments
Jan - through prayer
Jan - through reading his word.
to know more ?
along - a warm welcome awaits you. (Posted
Rev Harvey Grainger, Church of
Scotland, retired from Kingswells
Parish Church on 31st January 2004, and
now lives in Peterculter, where he is
presently serving as locum minister for
both Cults East and Cults West Parish
Churches. This is called "retirement" !
You get rid of one congregation and you
immediately acquire two more !
Church of Scotland charge at Kingswells is
now being looked after by another retired
minister - the Rev Laurie Y.Gordon
formerly of John Knox Church,
services are called upon for pastoral
care, weddings, baptisms and funerals. He
is also the chaplain of the local primary
school and chaplain at Craiginches Prison,
Aberdeen, and one of the chaplains at
Bankhead Academy (to which Kingswells
senior pupils go).