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Welcome to the St. Kane's New Deer Website

New Deer Church of Scotland
St Kane's Church and church centre
St Kane's Church and church centre

"Where everyone's welcome, nobody's perfect, and anything is possible"

New Deer Church is a Christ-centred, biblically- focused family of faith. We move forward each day as we respond individually and together to the transforming love of God. We enjoy and serve God in our teaching and learning. We serve God in our Sunday worship and we enjoy service to God in our community. We serve and enjoy God in our personal lives. We love God and God's gift of life as we learn what it means for us to be followers of Jesus.

St. Kane's is a Church of Scotland (presbyterian) church in New Deer, a village in North East Scotland. Click here for a map of our location (the Church Centre is right next door to the church). Thankyou for showing an interest in us by visiting our site! Please take some time to explore our site and find out more about us. We enjoy good fellowship together and hope you will join us either at our service on a Sunday or at one of the groups running during the week. Young people, please go to our section on youthwork.

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New to Christianity, or just interested?

St Kane's run Alpha courses from time to time, if you are interested in attending one please contact us so we can answer any questions you might have. Follow this link for details...

Whats happening at St Kane's in the future?

St Kane's is in vacancy, Pastoral duties will be undertaken By the Rev. Billy McMillan, who has been appointed Interim Moderator.

His telephone number and email address are:

01888 560 727. revbillymcmillan(at)

Mustard Seed Cafe
We close for the Annual holiday and Clean- Friday December 12th - Feb 2nd.

Click on the diary link on the left to search the complete diary

Sun 25-01-2015HomeMorning Worship in the church at 11.30am. All welcome
Sun 25-01-2015Youth WorkJAM meets in the church centre at 11.20 to go over to the church for 11.30.
Sun 25-01-2015Youth WorkRock Solid meet in the church at 11.30 then go over to centre for group time,.
Mon 26-01-2015Boys' BrigadeAnchor Boys in the Church Centre at 6.30 - 8.00pm
Fri 30-01-2015Boys' BrigadeJunior Sectionb meet in the Church Centre 6.30 - 8.30pm and Co Section meet in St Kane's Hall Main St at 6.45 - 8.45
Mon 02-02-2015Boys' BrigadeAnchor Boys in the Church Centre at 6.30 - 8.00pm
Fri 06-02-2015Boys' BrigadeJunior Section meet in the Church Centre 6.30 - 8.30pm and Co Section meet in St Kane's Hall Main St at 6.45 - 8.45

Recent News

What's been going on at St Kane's recently? Click on the news archive link on the left to search the full news archive

Oct - Dec NewsletterFriday 17-10-2014
The latest Newsletter is ready to download, please note the following amendments - Page 2 Harvest Thanksgiving takes place on the 19th Oct not the 12th. In the diary there will be no JAM OR Rock Solid on November 9th Remembrance Service and on Dec 21st Family Christmas Service.

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BB Dedication ServiceThursday 09-10-2014
Last Sunday was the Boys Brigade Dedication Service. Some of the boys took part in the service which was led by Rev Billy McMillan. A presentation was made to leaving Captain Alasdair Brodie after 213 years service to the Company. The new Captain is Ralph Greig.

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Stewardship Thanksgiving ServiceSunday 29-06-2014
Today our Thanksgiving Service was led by Rev Alan Gibson, Head of Stewardship, with the Church of Scotland. Members of JAM Club took part and today was their prizegiving too. The theme of the service was Fruits of the Spirit, and everyone enjoyed taking part in the various parts of it.We all got our own portion of fruit which as very much appreciated, and will make us think about our own fruit for the Lords work. We were joined by lots of visitors today, including four lovely ladies from America who were trying to trace their Grandmothers family,Alice Watson - she ... (Show full article)
PicnicSaturday 07-06-2014
Around 16 people went to Fyvie Castle for our picnic- we did a sponsored walk around the lake to raise money for our holiday club later in the year. It was a beautiful day, so we relaxed in the sun as we ate our picnic. Afterwards some took a walk around the lovely grounds, others went to the tea room and others just sat in the sun. Alasdair Brodie came and organised some games, and races.
It was a lovely day -thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended.

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Anchor Boys Parent NightWednesday 30-04-2014
There was a good turnout of boys and parents for the annual Parent night and prizegiving on Monday evening. Rev Billy McMillan led the opening prayers, and a representative from RNLI came along as inspecting officer. The boys have been collecting coppers over the last year and a cheque for £150 was presented to the RNLI. The boys demonstrated their marching and how they can fold their jumpers, as well as having fun with some games which some of the younger members of the audience joined in. Refreshments were served in the café afterwards.

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