Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Newtonhill Parish Church Homepage

Welcome to the home page of Newtonhill Parish Church, part of the Church of Scotland. Newtonhill is a coastal , former fishing village, originally called Skateraw, in the North East of Scotland, around 10 miles south of the city of Aberdeen.

You can explore this site using the menu buttons (above left) to find out more about our Church, the people and activities that take place each week, including Sunday worship; Sunday Fun Club and  creche; Boys’ brigade and Girls’ brigade; the Guild, JAFFA and much more!

For further information why not contact someone, or just come  along and see the warm welcome for yourself! Services and activities can be found here


We Will be a caring family who are faithful to God, prayerful, outreaching, forward-looking and prepared to listen and communicate.

Our Vision

Copyright Newtonhill Parish Church 2016

Newtonhill Parish Church (Church of Scotland)

Scottish Charity No. 005679




     Tip:   Scroll down the above article to read about Mollie’s experience of the positive role that the Girls Brigade has in her life

From: Mollie Dickie

There has been an article posted in the Guardian focusing on group that empower young women, myself and Emma (a girl that's going on the Ghana trip) have had our accounts published within this article and what Girls Brigade means to us and how it has impacted us.

The article is a good read and great for the organization

The following is a link to the article for reading if you wish


Doors open 10am - 12pm

Saturday 25th


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Kirk News

Our Spring Fair will take place on Saturday 25th March from 10am – 12 noon. There will be the usual range of interesting stalls with something for everyone. The admission price includes tea and cakes etc.  and provides a good opportunity for a friendly chat – or catch-up with old friends.  

Those who enjoy our excellent home baked catering will be most welcome at the weekly Café Kirk  which takes place every Wednesday from 2-4p.m. This is proving a popular meeting place for all ages and  sections of the community with some folk travelling a distance to enjoy the cuppas, fine pieces and chat.

Colin D Young

Nov 2016 Newsletter.pdf

Past e-edition’s
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The 2016 Church accounts are now available here on our church website.

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