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Avoch Parish Church of Scotland Charity No.SC003921
 

Fellowship Events

Coffee or tea with a biscuit is available before the service from 9.15 am. on the second Sunday of each month.

 

You are encouraged to stay after the service for fellowship together over a cup of tea or coffee on the last Sunday of each month also following special services, for example Harvest Thanksgiving, Christmas Service, All Age Worship Services etc.

 

The Drop-in Group meets each Tuesday afternoon from 2.00 to 4.00 pm. for a cup of tea or coffee and a blether.

 

Throughtout the year we also organise Soup and Sweet Lunches and an Annual Strawberry Tea, all being happy events attended by the community in general. We also meet together to make holly wreaths prior to our annual Christmas Sale.

 

Our next Fellowship Event is a Soup and Sweet Lunch planned for 12.00 to 1.30 pm. on Saturday 21 st. September 2019.

 

Community Events

SUMMER SPECIALS - FORTROSE ROSEMARKIE CHURCH

Special meetings are planned for every second Wednesday afternoon

in July and August 19:

 

Nature Stroll around Rosemarkie Burn

2:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (short briefing - then 1 hr. walk)

Wed 17th July 2019

Douglas Willis

Douglas Willis is a local geographer and educator with a long-standing interest in the natural world. He has published Discovering the Black Isle (John Donald), 1989 and A Scottish Nature Diary (John Donald), 1990; he walked and presented with Clare Balding for the Radio 4 programme Ramblings around “Cromarty” (BBC, 2009) - recently re-broadcast (June 2019).

 

"HIGHLAND CATHEDRAL" - BOOK LAUNCH EVENT

2:30 - 4 p.m. Sunday 21st July 2019 in the grounds of Fortrose Cathedral.

Free admission, refreshments, bagpipers, medieval music, clarsach and highland dancing.

This is a celebration of part of the history of Christianity in this region, with the launch of a new book written by Elizabeth Sutherland and illustrated by Rachel Bevan-Baker to celebrate the magnificent cathedral, founded c. 1250.

("The book looks at Fortrose Cathedral through the eyes of Finn, a lad-of-all work who has lived around our great kirk for over 700 years!")

NB Drivers - please try to park at Academy/ Fire Station/ St. Andrew's Church

      Bring rug/seat and brolly in case of rain.

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