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; and Girls’ brigade; the Guild, JAFFA and much more!
We Will be a caring family who are faithful to God, prayerful, outreaching, forward-looking and prepared to listen and communicate.
Meeting dates and other events in the church are now available to view as a PDF. Please c lick
The 2018-19 Church accounts are now available here on our church website.
2020 Meetings & Events:
Now available online - see link below
2020 Duty Roster (Sunday):
Now available online here
Newtonhill Parish Church 2016 (Church of Scotland)
Scottish Charity No. 005679
See here for link
For those who use social media, please note that we now have a Facebook page where other postings and information relevant to our church life is available. This can be found here.
As a result of the current health situation surrounding the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, there will be no services or other congregational activities in Newtonhill Church until further notice.
Please see below for Sunday 24th May ‘Virtual’ Sunday Service.
Last weeks’ service (Sunday 17th May) is also still available here.
The Order of Service for both services are contained within the videos.
Also, here is a Joint Prayer for this Sunday evening
The Moderator is encouraging everyone to join him in taking part in the Thy Kingdom Come global prayer movement. Info is on the Church of Scotland website here
Service for Pentecost Sunday
The Right Reverend Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the General Assembly, will be leading worship online on Pentecost Sunday, Sunday 31st May 2020, at 10 am. which the whole Church of Scotland is being encouraged to take part in. A phone in option for this service (more details next week) will be available for those with poor or no internet connection, and the service will be fully captioned and a BSL version will also be available. A trailer for this service can be viewed at this link.
Perhaps you might like to join this at 10am next Sunday and watch our own service at some other time.