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.

Stay safe.

NEWSLETTER : May's copy is available here, catch up with all the latest info.


Please keep collecting your stamps for The women's Development Centre in Kandy, Sri Lanka which runs a project to support women and girls who have been victims of violence. More details are available here.


Thy Kingdom Come. A reminder this global prayer movement starts on Thursday May 21st for 11 days, and we are encouraged to pray for others. We can of course pray at any time , the minister will be praying for this at 7pm so we can choose to do it then too.


Read Psalm 34  There is great confidence in this Psalm.  Confidence, not in the singer, but in God.  The heading to the Psalm suggests that it was written in the aftermath of one of the more bizarre episodes in David’s eventful life, but the events are not mentioned in the verses, just praise and thanks to God who has again proved himself present and gracious and powerful.  David has no problem about asked God for help when he needs it, and so he often has cause to give thanks.  Maybe sometimes we are reluctant to ask?







SUNDAY May 24th

You can listen to the service here  with the words of the service  here. Follow the readings here and sing along with the hymns here. We hope that whatever way you choose to use this, you will feel blessed and a part of God's family. 

If you would prefer to listen to the service via a phone line, you can call 01540 210322 . The whole service will be there Sunday to Saturday at no extra cost other than your usual phone rate.

In these current circumstances, if you would like to give your offering (including those who use the envelope scheme) by standing order, there is a form available here. Thank you.




St. Brides Church, Glen Road,

Newtonmore PH20 1DZ







Laggan Church

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.

Information on other imminent activities is located at Notices, on our latest newsletter May 20 and at the Calendar tab.

Stamp Appeal Please save your stamps to be sent to the World Mission project, see above. When the church buildings are 'open' again they can be handed in there, or contact the Manse. (see contacts).  

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