In God's grace, opening our doors and reaching out to bring
God's love, peace and joy to all.
SHARING GOD'S LOVE
We warmly welcome you to Drumoak-Durris Church and invite you to explore further our website. As a Church we believe it's people who matter, how we relate to God and how we relate to one another, and so our hope and our prayer is that beyond looking at our website, you will be encouraged to come along and visit us.
Drumoak-Durris Parish lies in Royal Deeside between Aberdeen and Banchory and is centred around the two villages of Drumoak and Durris located either side of the River Dee.
At its meeting on Thursday, 18th June 2020, Drumoak-Durris Kirk Session considered the First Minister’s announcement that, from Monday 22nd June 2020, ‘places of worship can reopen for individual prayer or contemplation’.
After discussion and having given the matter its full consideration, and with reference to the Church of Scotland’s COVID-19 Guidance to Reopening Church Buildings, Drumoak-Durris Kirk Session agreed that, in order to ensure the safety of all its congregation, Drumoak-Durris Church buildings would remain closed until Phase 4 is reached.
Evening Quiz Night - Thursday 16th July
Join us for a fun online quiz night taking place on Zoom at 7.00pm on Thursday, 16th July. It will consist of 50 questions in 5 categories. Will you be the Quiz Champion of the evening?
If you are interested in taking part and need a link to the Zoom meeting, please email Mark Podesta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday Service - July 12th 2020
Please click on the image below to access the full service for this week.
Helen Cross has kindly sent across another challenging quiz that will keep you busy. Click here and see if you can get all 20 answers! Enjoy!
Donating To Drumoak Durris Church
Whether you are a church member who wants to continue to give your regular offering, or a friend to Drumoak-Durris Church, who is moved to contribute for the good of our community, we want to help you support the Church.
Please click on the link here to find out how you can make a donation. Thank you for supporting Drumoak-Durris Church in this time of unprecedented crisis in the world as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic.
Banchory East Church - Wednesday Break
You can view the latest Wednesday Break Reflection from Banchory East Church here.
You can view the latest "Kids Kirk" from Banchory East Church by clicking the link here and find out more about the Virtual Picnic and Pentecost.
Drumoak-Durris Summer Newsletter
Please click on the image to access the latest issue of the Drumoak-Durris Newsletter.
Feel free also to pass this on to anyone you know who would be interested who has not got access to the internet or email
Home Group Bible Study
Please click here to access the latest material on our new Bible Study course which looks at the Book of Philippians.
Following a meeting of the Business Committee of the Presbytery of Kincardine & Deeside, all Ministers have been instructed to:-
1. Cancel all public services for the foreseeable future.
2. All church buildings of Drumoak-Durris Church will have to be closed for the time being.
In response to these instructions:-
1. The Minister will upload worship resources for this coming Sunday onto the church website.
2. We shall continually be reviewing the situation, and making any necessary adjustments.
Online worship content can be found here
Please forward on this message to other members of the congregation and wider community. If you know of anyone who may like to receive e-mail updates, ask them to forward their contact details to the Session Clerk –email@example.com.
Furthermore, these groups below will not be meeting until further notice:
- Craft, Coffee & Chat
- Friendship Club
- Home Group
- Alpha Course
- Jolly Tots
- Messy Church
A prayer from the Moderator of Presbytery can be found here.
Drumoak & Durris Special Edition Newsletter - COVID 19
Please click on the image to download the latest special edition of the Drumoak & Durris Newsletter.
In these unprecedented times, if you are unable to ask family, friends or neighbours, the Community is there to help if needed including:
- Picking up shopping for you or help order groceries online
- Collecting your prescriptions
- Posting your mail
- Arrange for a friendly phone call
- Walk your dogs
Donations are being collected for Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE). The food bank box is situated in Durris Church. Household items such as toilet paper and soap are now also being accepted. Thank you for your support.