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.

Sale in aid of War Memorial Fund

This took place in the church on Wednesday 27 March and raised  £1100.  Thanks to all who contributed baking, marmalade, plants, clothes, books,  bric-a-brac , and the time to staff the event and which allowed such a large amount to be raised.  We had an excellent Power point presentation on the restoration of the tower and clock, […]

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Easter service for primary school

Shortly Helmsdale Primary School  come to church for their annual end-of-term and Easter service. Recently many of them came to church to view the war memorial model and to learn more about why that is important to the village.  Now they come to praise God and learn about Easter. The knitting group have made Easter chickens, and […]

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Fishermen’s service

A delightful service last Sunday evening in the church with the traditional hymns, prayers for those who work at sea, and excellent refreshments afterwards.  Thanks to  all who were involved.   Some £240 was collected towards the work of the Mission to Seafarers.

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Christmas specials

Sunday 23 December  at 12 noon we have an all-age Christingle service. We pray together and light candles as we journey through the Christmas story using this tradition from its origins in 18th century Germany to the modern version with candles in oranges. Monday 24 December (Christmas Eve) at 8pm we have our Watchnight service […]

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Remembrance Sunday

It was a moving occasion  in Helmsdale, with the many who followed the piper up the hill to the war memorial, and the civic ceremony there.  Thanks especially to Andrew the piper (who played at 6am, at the Helmsdale  memorial and in the afternoon at Loth) and to the Made in Helmsdale choir who sang  […]

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