Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever   St. Kane's Church, New Deer
     
Home
  About the Church
  About New Deer
  Newsletter
  Leadership
  Presbyterian?
  Twinning
Youth Work
Community
Guild
Boys' Brigade
Links
Contacts
Diary
News Archive
Guest Book
Forum
 
Administrator Login
User ID
Password

Counter: 261

 
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.

If you or your relatives are featured in any of the pictures on the site and you'd like a high resolution copy for printing, please email webmaster(at)stkanes.org.uk with details of the images you're after.






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?
Prayer Meetings - Sunday 10.45am in the quiet room at the church centre.
- Tuesday 10.15am in the quiet room at the church centre

Morning Worship during March in the church centre 11.30am Sundays (Creche available)
Easter Services
Thursday 17th April - Agape Meal at Maud & Savoch church 7.00pm (Bring and Share)
Friday 18th April - Good Friday vening worship in the church at 7.30pm
Sunday 20th April - Easter Sonrise Service at Culsh Monument at 7.30am
Sunday 20th April - Easter Morning Worship in the church at 11.30am, organisations present.

Sunday 27th April - Holy Communion - 11.30am and 6.30pm in the church.


Vacancy
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)aol.com



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

DateCategoryEvent
Thu 24-04-2014GuildGuild Meeting
Sun 27-04-2014HomeCommunion - in the church at 11.30am and 6.30pm . All welcome
Mon 28-04-2014GuildKirk Shoppie May till 9th May
Wed 07-05-2014GuildGuild Coffee morning



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

Anchor BoysWednesday 26-03-2014
Well done to our Anchor boys who came first in the potted sport and junk building competition last Saturday.

(View article on seperate page)

 
St Kanes MattersWednesday 26-03-2014
The April - June edition of the Newsletter is available to download now.
Please note that the time of the Evening Communion is 6.30pm on Sunday 27th April not 6.00pm as advertised in the newsletter.

(View article on seperate page)

 
BoysMonday 18-11-2013
This weekend we celebrated the BB's 25th Anniversary. We held a social evening on Saturday, which was well attended by former and present leaders, boys and parents. Our special guests on Saturday were Rev Dr Russel Moffat and Mrs Brenda Moffat, and Mrs Lorna Skinner. Rev Moffat and the late John Skinner were the driving force behind the founding of 1st New Deer.
The evening opened with a welcome from Captain Alasdair Brodie, then a short talk from Russel on how the company came about. We had a vote of thanks from a former parent committee chairperson - Karen Brown. and ... (Show full article)
 
Guild awareness weekMonday 18-11-2013
On Saturday morning, the guild held a coffee morning as part of Guild awareness week, on display were photographs and Guild items from over the years.
The guild also made the soup and sweet for the time of fellowship after the Morning Worship on Sunday.

(View article on seperate page)

 
Holiday clubWednesday 17-07-2013
A Holiday Club for P1- P7 children will run in St Kane’s Church Centre on 12-16th Aug (the final week of the holidays), from 10am –12 noon. A flyer and registration form are available by
clicking here.

(View article on seperate page)

 


This website is best viewed on a high colour screen at 1024x768 pixels (though it should be compatible with lower ones). If you have problems viewing any part of the site, please contact the webmaster by email - webmaster(at)stkanes.org.uk.