Welcome from Rev Stella
and all at Skene Parish Church
As we gradually ease our way out of lockdown, we are still unable to meet in our buildings. However, we are meeting online and if you have a telephone, you can still join in.
Here are the details for Sunday 19th July 2020
Or join us on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Skeneparish/
The service starts at 10.30am.
If you don't have internet access, you can dial in using your phone:
Call 0131 460 1196
The PIN number is 699368908#
We will record the service and post the video online as soon as we can.
A shortened version can also be accessed on
Please continue to check back here for further regular updates, or follow our Facebook page.
The Church of Scotland has issued the following guidance
on the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Church of Scotland Coronavirus Guidance
Here is our service of worship for
Sunday 12th July.
If you missed listening to last week's Sunday service you will find a copy here -- >>Click Here
Weekly Service Sheet
Here is the Service Sheet for week commencing
13 July 2020. This week written by Eva Will.
Please use it throughout the coming week to help you connect with your church family and
to know that God is with us during the challenging days and weeks ahead. You can click HYMNS to get access to more information.
Catch up with all the latest news that is happening
in the life of our church.
Read our newsletter here
Giving during the restrictions
Children's Activity Sheet - The folks at https://www.jesus-without-language.net/ have kindly made available a resource pack for us to use. It is available here and will be updated each week with new activities for you to try at home. If you don't have access to a printer please get in touch with Callum (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange for help.
Jigsaw & GRID
We are not meeting on Sunday mornings meantime. Keep a watch on our Facebook page for updates.
Find out more here
Rev Stella's Blog
Sharing sermons and thoughts about Jesus and life
Trinity Knitting Group
are not meeting just now, but they are working away at home making some blue poppies. When we are able to get together again, the group plans to create a tribute to the NHS and carers using blue poppies.
If you want to get involved, and have some blue wool, then click the link below for our poppy pattern. Keep a length of wool attached at the cast on edge to help with sewing up. Once our church buildings are open again, you can drop off your blue poppies.
Sunday Morning Worship
Church Office Opening Hours: