Central to the Church of Scotland is our love and worship of God through following the teachings and examples of Jesus Christ. We express our love for God by our love, pastoral and practical care for each other and for those we live and meet with in our daily lives.

A National Day of Prayer

Together We Pray is a national prayer initiative, running from September 2017 to May 2018, calling the Church to join together in prayer. This year, the General Assembly asked the Church to focus on prayer and particularly to pray as the Church thinks about its priorities for the future. The call to prayer grew out of […]

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The picture of our Harvest Thanksgiving table

A Huge Thank You

A huge “Thank You” to both the congregation of Bunillidh Church of Scotland and Helmsdale Primary School. They have together made such a wonderful contribution to the  local Helmsdale hub and the Highland Food bank. The picture of our Harvest Thanksgiving table shows just how generous people have been.

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Trustees’ Annual Report 2016

 The Church of Scotland is Trinitarian in doctrine, Reformed in tradition and Presbyterian in polity.  It exists to glorify God and to work for the advancement of Christ’s Kingdom throughout the world. As a national Church, it acknowledges a distinctive call and duty to bring the ordinances of religion to the people in every parish of Scotland through a territorial ministry. It co-operates with other Churches in various ecumenical bodies in Scotland and beyond.

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