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New websiteWednesday 01-07-2015
The St. Kane's website has been updated. The address is still the same: www.stkanes.org.uk, but we've kept the old content on this alternative address in case anyone would like to see it still.

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Anchor Boys Parent NightMonday 27-04-2015
The boys had their parent night tonight, the inspecting Officer was Alasdair Brodie, who recently retired as Captain of 1st New Deer BB'S, Rev Billy McMillan opened the evening with prayer, and a representative from The Guidedogs for the Blind came along to receive a cheque from the boys for over £130, the sum raised by the boys from their 'coppers' Carley the puppy came too ! The boys marched , demonstrated how well they fold their jumpers and played games with the parachute, before the presentation ceremony. 4 2nd year boys will be moving on to junior section. Parents and ... (Show full article)
 
NewsletterSaturday 25-04-2015
The latest edition of St Kane's Matters - our Newsletter - is available to download now

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Twinning VisitFriday 24-04-2015
We have recently had a long visit from two members from our Twinned Church at M'Buka in Lilongwe , Malawi. Mr Pope Mzumara a businessman and Mr Yowass Nkhoma Headteacher of the Church school there came to New Deer. While they were here they were entertained to meals by various members of the congregation - and they visited lots of places including schools, other churches and places of interest to them. They were taken to Aviemore and went up Cairngorm on the funicular railway and also they visited Blantyre, the Birthplace of David Livingstone. This was of particular interest to them. ... (Show full article)
 
PuppetsThursday 16-04-2015
Following on from the success of our previous Puppet Ministry, we have several youngsters and adults meeting from time to time to practise then perform within the service. If you are interested in joining, please contact Wilma Elphinstone at the Church.

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Newsletter- Jan- MarchMonday 02-03-2015

The current edition of the Newsletter is now ready to download

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Parish profile now availableSaturday 07-02-2015
We are currently seeking to call a minister - please take a copy of our parish profile.

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Oct - Dec NewsletterFriday 17-10-2014
The latest Newsletter is ready to download, please note the following amendments - Page 2 Harvest Thanksgiving takes place on the 19th Oct not the 12th. In the diary there will be no JAM OR Rock Solid on November 9th Remembrance Service and on Dec 21st Family Christmas Service.

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BB Dedication ServiceThursday 09-10-2014
Last Sunday was the Boys Brigade Dedication Service. Some of the boys took part in the service which was led by Rev Billy McMillan. A presentation was made to leaving Captain Alasdair Brodie after 21 years service to the Company. The new Captain is Ralph Greig.

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Stewardship Thanksgiving ServiceSunday 29-06-2014
Today our Thanksgiving Service was led by Rev Alan Gibson, Head of Stewardship, with the Church of Scotland. Members of JAM Club took part and today was their prizegiving too. The theme of the service was Fruits of the Spirit, and everyone enjoyed taking part in the various parts of it.We all got our own portion of fruit which as very much appreciated, and will make us think about our own fruit for the Lords work. We were joined by lots of visitors today, including four lovely ladies from America who were trying to trace their Grandmothers family,Alice Watson - she ... (Show full article)
 
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