Kingussie Parish Church Scottish Charity No. SC021546
Kingussie Congregation welcome you to our website.
If you are visiting the area and wish to join us for worship, or any other of our activities, you will be most welcome. We welcome members and visitors from a wide variety of traditions.
In our worship, and in our lives in our community in Kingussie, we try to express our faith in God, Creator, Son and Holy Spirit.
Each Sunday we meet for worship at 11am.
Children are very welcome, and during term-
We continue to share fellowship together after each service over tea/ coffee/ juice in the hall.
Singing is led by the organist and the choir.
On the third Sunday of the month at 6pm there is a service in Insh Village Church. This service follows liturgies such as those from Iona Abbey, and tends to be a quieter and more reflective service.
Each Sunday a service is held in St Vincent’s Hospital at around 3:30pm, led by Rev Mary Ellen Thomson OLM; and on the first Sunday of the month a service is held in the Wade Centre Community Care Unit at 3pm. Everyone is welcome to attend these services, as they are seen as an extension of our Church family worship.
Our organisations include:
Woman’s Guild (meets from October to April each Wednesday from 2.30 to 4pm in the Hall)
Lunch Club (meets first and third Mondays of the month between October and June from 12 noon till 2pm).
Rainbow Babies and Toddlers Group meets in the church hall on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 to 11am during school term time.
If you are interested in any of these organisations please contact us.
Weddings take place in our Church, and we welcome enquiries. The Church was renovated in 2007, and provides a bright and welcoming setting for these.
The Church is open most Thursday mornings if you would like to look round. Please see the Craft@KPC page for more information.
We also have a Facebook page. Just search for Kingussie Parish Church or click on the symbol.
The Mound of the Court
A brief history of Kingussie Parish Church
Available from the Paper Shop £4
Friday 28th September 19:30
Mr Philip Norris
This Sunday 9th December we are collecting donations for the Foodbank. Please see the News page for details.
Calling all our knitters, following the success of the poppy knitting we are now moving on to angels. Contact the craft group for details.
|Craft @ KPC|