Welcome to the home page of Newtonhill Parish Church, part of the Church of Scotland. Newtonhill is a coastal , former fishing village, originally called Skateraw, in the North East of Scotland, around 10 miles south of the city of Aberdeen.
You can explore this site using the menu buttons (above left) to find out more about our Church, the people and activities that take place each week, including Sunday worship; Sunday Fun Club and creche; Boys’ brigade and Girls’ brigade; the Guild, JAFFA and much more!
For further information why not contact someone, or just come along and see the warm welcome for yourself! Services and activities can be found here
We Will be a caring family who are faithful to God, prayerful, outreaching, forward-looking and prepared to listen and communicate.
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Newtonhill Parish Church (Church of Scotland)
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Last Sunday we celebrated our Harvest Thanksgiving when young and old came to church to give thanks for God’s gift of our bountiful world, and to donate food items to those in need. At the beginning of the service the younger members brought forward gifts of food Our charity this year was again the Aberdeen Cyrenians who run a very wide range of important support projects for homeless people in the city, and always have a need for non- perishable food items.
Following the service we had a congregational lunch of soup and bread followed by a selection of cakes - all wonderfully prepared and presented by the ladies of the church - see photograph. At the end of the lunch the congregation were able to make a donation to the Cyrenian funds. Some photos of the day are here.
Looking ahead to next weekend , on Saturday from 10 a.m. we have Our Stewardship Season Open Day with displays on a wide range of activities within our church on. All are welcome to come along to enjoy coffee and cake as well. The following Sunday is our “Bring a Friend to Church Service” – but don’t wait to be asked – just come along!
Article & Pics: Colin D Young
Colin D Young
Picture: Jim Farquharson