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Newtonhill Parish Church
The Church building stands on the corner of Newtonhill Road and Elsick Place near the bridge over the railway. It was built in 1985 to serve the growing village, replacing the previous building at Bourtreebush.
The congregation is part of the Church of Scotland.
Church Business - Contact : Ken Cruickshank, Session Clerk (01569 730180)
|Sunday Service:||Every week at 10:00 a.m.|
|Sunday Fun Club:||For all children aged 3 to 16 years old, meeting in the Church during the service between September and June.||Contact: Mrs Julie Miller|
Minister - Rev. Hugh Conkey
39 St. Ternans Road, Newtonhill AB39 3PF
Tel 01569 730143
Joined the church in May 2001 from a parish just south of Dunoon.
Married to Ailsa, he has two daughters, Ruth and Rachel.
As well as weekly services, there are a number of other activities to cater for the needs of all age groups and interests.
The fly cup is held on the first Wednesday of every Month during the
school terms in Newtonhill Church from 10.00-11.30am. (instead of each
Wednesday) contact details: Irene Middleton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
View the church's own website at
St Ternan's Scottish Episcopal Church, Muchalls
St Ternan's is the Northern most Scottish Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Brechin. We are part of the Worldwide Anglican Communion. The church is located to the WEST of the A90 approx. one mile from the village of Muchalls on the Causey Mounth road where the road branches off to Cookney and Netherley.
We are in the process of advertising for a Priest in Charge, until one is appointed we are operating with a Ministry Team under the direction of the Rev. Maggie Jackson.
The Ministry Team is as follows:
|George Masson||01224 733583|
|Prof John Usher||01569 731608|
Please contact any of the above for help about baptisms, weddings, funerals, pastoral visiting, or any other information.
Though the congregation have at the moment no Priest in Charge they continue to support the various action groups operating within the charge. All are welcome to participate in them.
Each Sunday the Eucharist is celebrated at 10.30am. Weekly services are held on major saint days and are advertised in the Church notice boards and in the magazine.