Please note if anyone needs help during this period, a team of local volunteers can help pick up prescriptions or groceries, dog walking etc please find details here
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic the Church of Scotland has suspended all gatherings for worship for the next weeks, and we have been advised to keep both churches locked.
Meanwhile we will post a daily devotional on this page for those who want to spend 5 minutes with God, to use. Each one will include a passage from the Bible to look up and read, a thought and a suggestion for prayer.
There is also a Sunday Service.
Many people will know Peter Millar who was at one time a Locum Minister at Laggan. He has sent us this refelection for 1st April, but it can of course be read at any time. Please find it here
Read Philippians 2:5-11 This is the great New Testament Servant Song. The passage from Isaiah we read at the beginning of the week is from one of his servant songs, and this is Paul's corollary. He paints the picture of complete humility, in showing us how Jesus became one of us, and went even to the most humiliating of deaths (at that time) for us. Pray that we may be worthy brothers and sisters of Christ.
Sunday 5th April,
We hope that whatever way you choose to use this, you will feel blessed and a part of God's family.
St. Brides Church, Glen Road,
Newtonmore PH20 1DZ
Laggan, PH20 1AH
Whether planning to join us in one of our regular services or at a special event - such as a concert - or if you need our help in some other way, we hope you will find a genuine welcome and a readiness to help.
Services are held every Sunday at 9.30am in Laggan Church and at 11.30am in St. Brides Church, Newtonmore. You will find further information on our regular services at Church Services. Holy Week services are noted under our Notices. Please find the rota for who is taking the services here.
Stamp Appeal Please save your stamps to be sent to the World Mission project which this year is to support centres for young people with learning difficulties and disabilities in Ukraine, where our partner church in the Czech Republic has three sister congregations. We would welcome your used stamps please at the church or send to the manse (see contacts)