Abernethy Parish Church

 Lively Christ-centered Church

 

Church Address:

Dell Road

Nethy Bridge

Inverness-shire

PH25 3DG

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Visit us at: abck-churches.org.uk

The aim of the Abernethy Parish Church is to be a lively Christ-centered Church, worshipping and serving, growing in faith and open to all.

As the only congregation in Nethy Bridge, we frequently welcome visitors from a wide variety of traditions and backgrounds.
We hope you will be able to join us for worship and that you will feel at home among us.

Sunday Services

Worship services take place Usually two services are held every Sunday, at our church in Dell Road, Nethy Bridge, PH25 3DG, and with an evening service taking place on selected Sundays during the year:

9.30am – All age family service, led by a variety of local & visiting people. Followed by refreshments.
11.30am – A traditional service, led by the minister.
6.30pm – Held on set Sunday evenings throughout the year. A relaxed & informal all age evening service. Followed by refreshments.

Alpha Course – January 2018

It’s rare to find time to think, and talk, about the big questions of life; about faith and reason and God and meaning.  The Alpha Course is a place to bring your questions big and small.  Abernethy Parish Church, Nehy Bridge are running Alpha in Nethy House Cafe on Thursday evenings from 11th January 2018.  Relaxed informal evenings with a meal, a short film and a chance to discuss what we’ve heard – it’s the perfect opportunity to come and find out more about the Christian Faith, or bring a friend who is interested, and it’s free!  For more info and to let us know you are coming www.nethyalpha.org.

 

Young People

We offer an exciting range of clubs for young people aged 0-17+. The following are usually available during term time:
Rock Solid – Sunday Mornings – Meets in Church at 9.30am for the first part of the all age service and then leaves for its own programme of activities in the Church Hall. Meets every Sunday of the School term, and has extra activities at other times. Age 3-10.
Creche – Sunday Mornings – Usually available in the Church Hall, during the 9.30am service, for babies & toddlers.

7 Up – Tuesday Evenings – A thriving and active youth club for those aged 7 until they finish Primary School.
Fusion – Friday Nights – A chilled out youth club for young people from S1-S6 in High School.
Chaos – Sunday Nights, Fortnightly -Relaxed chat, banter & games for young people from S1-S6 in High School.

Working Groups

Responsibility for the Congregation lies with the Kirk Session, made up of the minister and Elders. Most of its work is carried out by Working Groups, which also include many other people. Do contact the Minister if you feel able to help with any of them.

The Groups are concerned with:
Mission & Developing Faith
Children & Youth
Social and Fellowship
World Issues
Finance
Property
Communication & Admin
Pastoral Care
Monday Lunches – Served in the Church Hall (from 12.30pm) during term time. Soup, sandwiches and baking at a modest cost with good company. Has a break over holidays.

Small Groups

Offering Bible Study, Prayer, and Fellowship.

Thursday night Home Group: Contact – David Belsham 01479 821137

Men`s Group Contact – Ed Metcalfe – 07831333398

Women`s Group Contact – Catriona Parmenter – 07834 044543

Church Hall

The Church Hall is located adjacent to Abernethy Parish Church building on Dell Road and is the base for many church and community activities, including:

Youth activities
Monday Lunch Club
Baby & Toddler group – Tuesday and Thursday mornings
Church meetings & events
Art & craft groups
Many one-off events
For rates and to book, or for information contact the Minister

Contact: Rev. Donald K. Walker

The Manse

Deshar Road

Boat of Garten

PH24 3BN

Telephone: 01479 831252

Email: dwalker@churchofscotland.org.uk

Website: http://abck-churches.org.uk