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  • WELCOMESt Kane's Church and church centre

    Welcome to the website of New Deer St Kane's Church.

    St. Kane's is a Church of Scotland (Presbyterian) church in New Deer, linked with Maud and Savoch Church. New Deer is a village in North East Scotland. 

    We are a Christ-centred, biblically-focused family of faith. We move forward each day as we respond individually and together to the transforming love of God. We enjoy and serve God in our teaching and learning.

    Our Sunday Service is held in the Church at 11.30am. For more information on our weekly services and events taking place in the Church and Church Centre please look at the Church Calendar on this website or get in contact with us. 

    Church Service

    Our weekly Church service is held every Sunday in St Kane's Church at 11.30am.


    Malawi Celebration - Facebook Live

    On Friday 5th April an event will take place in Malawi to mark the 206th birthday of Sir David Livingstone. The event at Mbuka Primary School is being organised by the Malawi Scotland Partnership and will include our twinning church of Mbuka CCAP. The event will take place at 8am UK time and will streamed live on the following Facebook page.



    Foodie Favourites

    Foodie Favourites is an evening of cooking and tasting. Come along and watch the cooking demonstration take place with top tips and ideas. Once the cooking is done the tasting begins!

    Cafe Church

    Come and join us is the Church Centre for an informal evening for all ages. There will be some food, plenty of tea and coffee, a chance to join us in singing some worship songs, old and new, and a short message.

    The next Café Church date is Saturday 29th June. If you would like any more information on Cafe Church, please contact Karen Brown karenbrown2@btconnect.com or 01771 613 500.

    Facebook Page

    We are now on Facebook! Like and Share our page to find out all the latest on services, events and general news of St Kane's Church.


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