Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Newtonhill Parish Church Homepage

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

WELCOME!

We Will be a caring family who are faithful to God, prayerful, outreaching, forward-looking and prepared to listen and communicate.

Our Vision
Statement

Copyright Newtonhill Parish Church 2014

Newtonhill Parish Church (Church of Scotland)

Scottish Charity No. 005679

What’s the weather going to be like in Newtonhill this week?

Find out here…


The current
e-edition of
our magazine
Reachout is
now available
here
Reachout - September 2014.pdf Holiday Club 2014
Write up, video and some  more pics of the week here….
See what it was all about..

Picture: Jim Farquharson

Coming up!


The 
    Variety 
         Show
Friday
21st
November
More details to follow soon

The Stewardship Committee is asking members to focus on time  for the next two months. Time is one of our greatest gifts and yet one so easily wasted. Good use of time , however, does not mean we should always be busy. Time spent in prayer, nurturing our relationships with family of friends, or just enjoying  God’s wonderful world is time well spent. We need to take stock, ensuring a good balance of time spent on a variety of activities that will honour God and enrich our lives. During September and October the committee has planned several events to cover different aspects of our time and leaflets about these have been distributed  by the elders and reminders will come from the pulpit and through the website and other media. See here for more details.


From the middle of September we are going to journey through the New Testament together using a dedicated edition of the bible which is easier to follow than the traditional version with chapters and verses. The aim will be to read about 10 pages for 5 days in the week – then meet once a  week for coffee and chat with others who are doing the same thing – discussing points which a have struck you or are bothering you!  In 8 weeks – if you keep at it – you will have read the whole of the New Testament. The aim is to get the big sweep of the story of Jesus and God’s love for us. We so often read the bible in short chunks and may miss the big picture!

Colin D Young

Colin’s Kirk News