Doors Open Day 15th September 2018

St Congan’s Church is participating in the ‘Doors Open Days’ programme again this September.

We have completed our alterations to improve access to the Church and to provide a greater social space in the church for community activities, and invite visitors to see not only these facilities but also the context in which they have been carried out.

The Church will be open from 10am till 4pm, and refreshments will be available. We look forward to welcoming you to St Congan’s. For Wheelchair access use gate from Westhill Place off Knockie Road.


Christmas Day Service 10:30 am

St Congan’s Church will hold a service blessing the Crib starting at 10:30am on Christmas Day. Holy Communion will be available at the end of the Service to those be who may have missed the Midnight Service, or wish to participate.

Saturday 24th December Midnight Service 11pm

St Congan’s will hold a Midnight Service starting at 11pm on Christmas Eve, Saturday 24th December. The Service will include Holy Communion which will be open to all. Alternatively a blessing may be received at the Alter, or attendees may remain in their seats during this part of the Service.


Coffee Morning and Christmas Fair

Our Coffee Morning and Christmas Fair this Year takes place on the 1st October 2016 at the British Legion Hall in Turriff. May Stalls, including Produce and Baking will be present giving the opportunity to buy items of immediate use and for the festive season. All funds raised will help with the new additions to the Church.

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible – St Congan’s Vestry.

Doors Open Day

St Congan’s Church is participating in Aberdeenshire’s Doors Open Day on the 17th September 2016. We look forward to welcoming you when you can find out about history of this great Church.

For further information go to:

and for a Brochure go to:

Have a Great day!

The Bishop’s Easter Message 2016







Turriff Walk of Witness

With the sun shining the Walk of Witness started at St Congan’s Scottish Episcopal Church at 10am on Friday 25th March and proceed via St Ninians Church, the Square and the Turra Coo, on to St Andrews with prayers, a reading being said, and a hymn sung, at each location. Tea/Coffee was served with a hot cross bun afterwards in St Andrews Hall.

The Square

Wow Square                                                                                                            The Turra Coo

Wow Turra Coo




Mothering Sunday 6th March 2016

Mothering Sunday has had to be cancelled due to the inclement weather.

A revised service including that for Mothering Sunday will be held on Sunday 13th March to

which all are invited


Bishop’s Lent Address

Please find below the link to Bishop Bob’s Lent Address:


St Congan’s pass on Posada Dolls to St John’s, Cuminestown


PosadaPosada is traditionally where a Mary and Joseph doll travel around the Parish during Advent seeking hospitality in people’s homes. The plan is to run a Diocesan Posada this year, involving all the nativity characters and in all 42 Churches. They will start in Orkney, Shetland and Braemar and end up at the Cathedral for Christmas Eve, and Inverurie for Epiphany.

This is a great way to connect with children on the fringes of our Churches or ouin Turrifft in the community.DSCF1807

DSCF1803Mary Murray (right), who received three dolls from St Andrews, Banff, in turn handed over the dolls to Ann McIlwraith on the 10th December in St Congan’s Church. Ann will take the dolls to St John’s, Cuminestown and  will forward them in turn to Fyvie.


Another great way to connect with children is the Christingle service which takes place at St Congan’s on the  13th December when the collection will be donated to the Aberlour Child Care Trust. Following the service and the distribution of the Christingles  there will be a finger buffet with tea and coffee.