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  • Sunday Services in The Sanctuary
    The Sanctuary

This week, 25th November:

11.15am  - Temple - Rev Geoff Davis

6.30pm - Youth Service

For other service times, dates and themes:

see the SERVICE PLAN <- Click here



To contact Church Administration email: annette.macdonald@aberfeldyparishchurch.org   Mobile-07736384035

To contact Neil or any of the Ministry team, you can email Judy (Neil's PA) at  judy.ewer@adwgls.org.uk


Please send notices to  Annette Macdonald(07736384035 or annette.macdonald@aberfeldyparishchurch.org) by Thursday evening  for next Sunday.


Change in Service Times - A Letter from Neil Glover. Please Click


Our Community Bible Experience began on Monday 22nd October. The idea is that those who commit to take part will read a portion of the Bible each day through the week Monday-Friday for the next 8 weeks (the weekends are clear, or can be used for catching up). There are three ways of taking part: one is to take an official “Community Bible Experience” book of the Writings (the poetic section of the Old Testament and a few of the historical books); the second is to take a “Quick & Easy Read Bible”. The first involves reading about 12-15 pages a day and costs £5; the second covers 2-4 pages and is being made available free. You will be given a reading programme to follow. A third way is to use your own preferred Bible translation, and a reading programme is available for this, though you will lose some of the benefit of experiencing reading the Bible as a continuous narrative.
The Sunday morning preaching over this period will match the reading programme.
There will also be four evenings when those who are taking part across the linkage can gather to discuss and reflect on what we have been reading. These are to be held in Aberfeldy Parish Church at 7.00pm:
Thursday 25th October
Tuesday 6th November
Thursday 22nd November
Tuesday 11th December


... to Aberfeldy Parish Church

"Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink." JOHN 7: 37

Nestled near beside the Tay, a few miles east of the Loch, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery of Highland Perthshire, we are truly in the Heartland.

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Unless otherwise stated, all Services will be held at the Aberfeldy Parish Church of Scotland. Scottish Charity number SC007899


 Monday 19th November - Caring for Creation …our Christian Responsibility7-9pm – Farragon at Aberfeldy Parish Church.  David Bethune from Eco-Congregation Scotland will be coming to speak.  He will explain how it works and encourage and support us, as individuals and a Church to care for God’s creation.       Anna Sibbald


Friday 23rd November - Shoebox Day – 8am – 6pm  - Aberfeldy Parish Church Lunch provided. Donations of tray bakes appreciated.     Katie Allstaff    


Monday 26th November – from 10am. Christmas Decorations and Christmas Tree Aberfeldy Parish Church

Strong men needed to get the tree and decorations down from the Attic.  Please keep this date free, the more hands helping the quicker it’s completed


Wednesday 28th November – 9.00-12.30pm – Dull & Weem Guild Coffee Morning – Lawers Hall, Aberfeldy Parish Church.


Thursday 29th November - 12 – 2pm - Food & Friendship Lunch, Aberfeldy Parish Church.  A warm bowl of soup, tray bake. Meeting folk of all ages, hand massage, prayer.  No charge, donations accepted.           Ruth Lunan


Harry Peck is offering Bridge Classes. Contact him at 11 Duntaylor or mobile-07836662222.




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