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Regular Services:
Sundays
11.30am
Sung Eucharist

Additional services where possible on Holy Days, Church Feasts etc.

 
 

January Services:
Sun
1st
11.30 am
Naming of Our Lord
Sun
8th
11.30 am
Baptism of Christ
Sun
8th
3.30 pm
Evening Prayer
Sun
15th
11.30 am
Epiphany 2
Sun
22nd
11.30 am
Epiphany 3
Sun
29th
11.30 am
Epiphany 4
 
 

 

Fire at St. Columba's Church, Brora

 

Dates for your Diary:


Sunday 8th January at 12.45 pm in the Church Hall
TRAIDCRAFT STALL
This stall sells Fairtrade tea, coffee, sweets, biscuits, sugar, pasta, cocoa and dates. All top quality items.

Tuesday 10th January 2.0 - 4.0 pm in the Church Hall
Our befriending tea room will be open again. The usual team will be on hand to meet and greet. There is always an open invitation to any member of St John's congregation to come along for the afternoon.

Vestry Meeting - Wednesday, 11th January at 7.0 pm. Postponed due to weather.

Friday 13th January 10.0 am - 4.0 pm
Sit & Stitch Day in the Church Hall
All aspects of stitching welcome. Be inspired and encouraged by the company and friendly chat. An opportunity to finish cross stitch kits or learn a new skill like patchwork or even take up a hem or two.
Tea and coffee on tap. Bring your own packed lunch. Please phone Lyn to book a table - 07890 902816. 5 a day


Future dates for 2017
T.B.A.

 

Recent Events:

Befriending Afternoon for Christmas

This month we treated Befriending Caithness to some seasonal entertainment in the church. The Poltney Bell Ringers rang a selection of Christmas music including some well known carols. The ringers were also joined by P6 from Newton Primary School who sang the Twelve Days of Christmas and We wish you a merry Christmas to name but two. After the most enjoyable short concert the children returned to school and all others adjourned to the hall for the usual delicious afternoon tea. There was a great buzz in the hall and as the tea, coffee, sandwiches and cakes were served there were many kind comments of praise for the singing and ringing. As the afternoon came to a close lots of seasonal greetings were exchanged and all looked forward to meeting up again in January.

Lyn Ball


Nine Lessons and Carols

A big thanks to Reverend Wendy for all the organising and to Susie Dingle for the Coaching of St Johns Singers for the Nine Lesson and Carols Service at St. John the Evangelist Episcopal Church Wick, which was held on Saturday 17th December 2016. To us it was a wonderful afternoon, to share together the most amazing and emotional and uplifting story. Readings from the bible in conjunction with music relevant to the read passages was greatly appreciated and enjoyed by the attending congregation as shown by their generous giving in the donation box and all who had taken an active part in the proceedings. A very welcome afternoon tea with food was served by church members in the church hall following the service, this prepared those in attendance for the Christmas celebrations on 25th. A big thank you to all.

Pat and Richard Stanley

 

Caithness Food Friends
is a new food sharing initiative, where volunteers cook and take a homemade meal to an elderly person within the local area, and over time create the opportunity to build a relationship.

CFF leaflet to download and/or print.
We are on facebook Caithness Food Friends.
See also Caithness Voluntary Group and recent article in local press

Caithness Food Friends Co-ordinator: Victoria Denley Spencer Tel: 01955 609968 or email Victoria


"If you have spare then you can share"


 


 
 
Rector's Letter

No letter in January

 

 

 

 


 
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