Guild

On Friday 1st December, the Guild hosted the Soup Lunch for the month. It was very well attended and there were very generous patrons. A short act of worship was followed by lots of soup-eating and lots of chat. Janet had prepared a Christmas Quiz which was very good fun. The amazing sum of £200 …

New Start Highland

All the donations for New Start were taken to the depot in Inverness on Tuesday. The staff were absolutely delighted to receive such a large donation to the two areas of Starter Packs and Cleaning Packs. It always amazes the congregation just how generous people are when they are presented with a definite need. These …

Guild

On Wednesday 5th of July, eight members of the Guild paid a visit to Cameron House, Inverness, which is run by CrossReach for those who are diagnosed as having dementia. After a short worship service enjoyed by residents, family members, staff and Guild members--- singing old hymns which were relevant to troubled times--- Pat read …

Pastoral Care Conference

Dunfermline was the destination on Saturday 24th June for around 300 people for this conference. The keynote speaker for the day was Rev Dr Kenneth S. Jeffrey of Aberdeen Centre for Ministry Studies. Over three sessions he addressed the What, Why, Who, When, Where and How of Pastoral Care. In a final session three different …

GUILD

The Guild had a really happy and enjoyable day out to Grantown on Spey on Monday 19th June. We may have been small in numbers but we were certainly huge in fellowship and friendship. The Grant Arms Hotel, so ably booked by Pat, did us proud and the best part is we were able to …

Ladies Bible Study

On Thursday 1st June, Margaret and Janette visited New Start in Inverness and were shown around this huge facility which does so many things in  order to help people to have a good start in a new home.  Russell was our guide and we came away with ideas of how our  congregation to help this charity over the summer.

Strikes and Spares!

Another great night at Rollerbowl, Inverness by Ferintosh Parish Church. You can see the overall winner, Alastair; the winning team wearing gold(?) medals; Andrew not a loser but a runner-up; and other members of the party waiting their turn to shine. What a fun time we had, some much noisier than others but all happy …