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St, Bride's 16 Church Terrace Newtonmore PH20 1DT

Sunday Services are :Laggan 9.30am, Kingussie 10.30am, Newtonmore 11.30am 

Sunday 27th November joint service Laggan 10.30am


Details of future services up until Christmas can be found here


It is no longer necessary to record names or wear face masks in church. However, if you feel safer to wear a mask you are welcome to, and if you would still like to socially distance, please speak to the person on the door. If you feel unwell, the advice would still be not to attend


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Laggan Church   


Accounts for the year ending 31st Dec 2021 can be read here




Food Hub

The Badenoch and Strathspey Food Hub . Items required

Long Life Milk
Rice Tins
Washing UP Liquid
Coffee (Small Jars)
Shower Gel
Toilet Rolls
Bags for Life

.Public phone: 07563 737 274     Email: info@bsfoodbank.org.uk



Speysound Radio

                              Sundays 3pm weekly Songs of Priase with Graham Atkinson

                              1st Sunday in the month 5pm The New Normal with Ian Hall, and guests, looking at life issues from a Christian perspective.

More details Speysound.com




29 November 2022

The Advent wind begins to stir with sea-like sounds in our Scotch fir, 
It's dark at breakfast, dark at tea and in between we only see 
Clouds hurrying across the sky and rain-wet roads the wind blows dry 
And branches bending to the gale against great skies all silver pale 
The world seems travelling into space, and travelling at a faster pace 
Than in the leisured summer weather when we and it sit out together, 
For now we feel the world spin round on some momentous journey bound - 
Journey to what? to whom? to where? the Advent bells call out 'Prepare, 
Your world is journeying to the birth of God made Man for us on earth.'

And how, in fact, do we prepare the great day that waits us there - 
For the twenty-fifth day of December, the birth of Christ? For some it means 
An interchange of hunting scenes on coloured cards, And I remember 
Last year I sent out twenty yards, laid end to end, of Christmas cards 
To people that I scarcely know - they’d sent a card to me, and so 
I had to send one back. Oh dear! is this a form of Christmas cheer? 
Or is it, which is less surprising, my pride gone in for advertising? 
The only cards that really count are that extremely small amount 
From real friends who keep in touch and are not rich but love us much 
Some ways indeed are very odd by which we hail the birth of God.

We raise the price of things in shops, we give plain boxes fancy tops 
And lines which traders cannot sell thus  parcell'd go extremely well 
We dole out bribes we call a present to those to whom we must be pleasant 
For business reasons. Our defence is these bribes are charged against expenses 
And bring relief in Income Tax enough of these unworthy cracks! 
'The time draws near the birth of Christ' a present that cannot be priced 
Given two thousand years ago yet if God had not given so he still would be a distant stranger and not the Baby in the manger.


John Betjeman



























 Nov 27th our joint service is led by a visiting minister.


For those continuing to worship online we hope you feel blessed and  part of God's family.




















































Interim Moderator:

Mary Stewart 01479 810368  maryes@btinternet.com

Locum Minister :

Rev. Mary Ellen Thomson 01540  667226   marythomson835@btinternet.com



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