Do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God
A linkage of two parishes, small town & country
Gardner Memorial Church - SC008630 Farnell Parish Church - SC007997
Malcolm Rooney our Locum Minister
Brechin - Gardner Memorial and Farnell Parish Churches were linked in early 2008 and whilst each church retains its unique character, their congregations now look forward to working together for the greater Glory of God.
SUNDAY 29th September - Harvest Thanksgiving Services at both Churches 9.30am FARNELL 11am GARDNER MEMORIAL
Please contact our Church Office with any questions or requests for Gardner Memorial or Farnell Parish Church
OUR CHURCH OFFICE is open Tuesday – Friday 10.00 - 12.30 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org telephone : 01356 629191
Visit from the Minister
If you would like a visit from the minister … to talk about a concern to share some ideas about the church just to say hello and let us get better know each other to give the church money or any other reason.... please let Elizabeth in the Gardner Office know and we will arrange a time to meet.
We would like to keep you updated on all our events and news If interested please leave your email details with our church office.
REGULAR EVENTS in the Gardner Hall COFFEE & CHAT Thursdays 10-11am 26th September / 3rd,10th,17th,24th Oct TODDLER TIME every 2nd Wednesday 10-11am £1 per family Next toddlers 25th September / 9th/23rd October / 6th/20th November
Blythswood Care Shoe Box Appeal. Filled boxes to be submitted to the church office by the last week in October. For more information please contact the office. See Groups / events page what's on for further details.
HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES 9.30am Farnell / 11am Gardner - Donations taken for the Brechin Community Pantry. Items required are tinned foods, packet foods, sugar, tea, coffee, biscuits, toilet rolls, shampoo and washing powder etc.
Gardner 20th October 11am
Farnell 3rd November 9.30am
This service will be held in Brechin Cathedral on Sunday 10th November Note no service at Gardner on this sunday
For news from this year’s Church of Scotland General Assembly please click on the link below
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