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; 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

WELCOME!

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

Our Vision
Statement

Newtonhill Parish Church 2016 (Church of Scotland)

Scottish Charity No. 005679



Reachout Easter 2017 (2).pdf

2018

Meeting dates and other events in the church are now available to view as a PDF. Please click

here


Past e-edition’s
 of our Church
magazine
Reachout are 
available
here


The 2017 Church accounts are now available here on our church website.

Treasurers 
Report

Christian Aid Week:

Starts Sunday 13th May

Session Discussion:

Wednesday 16th May @7pm

Church Members support makes “real difference” in Nepal

The director of an organisation overseeing reconstruction work in Nepal following a deadly earthquake has urged Scots not to be “cynical” about foreign aid.

Joel Hafvenstein said it would have been “impossible” for the United Mission to Nepal, (UMN) and its local partners to help thousands of people rebuild their shattered communities if it wasn’t for £310,000 donated by generous Church of Scotland members.

Extract from CoS Web site. Full report here


General Assembly 2018

The 2018 General Assembly gets underway on 19 May with the installation of Rev Susan Brown as this year's Moderator.

During the week commissioners will discuss reports, vote on church law and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the ordination of women to the ministry of word and sacrament.

A live webcast and all the information you need to follow the proceedings will be available through the Church of Scotland website.

Extract from CoS Web site. Full report here