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PRESBYTERY ON-LINE UPDATE

Presbytery Events Calendar: www.aberdeenpresbytery.org.uk/events.html

 

Contact address: events@aberdeenpresbytery.org.uk


It is with great sadness that we record the death of Reverend William Campbell of this congregation.

We give thanks for his life and outstanding contribution to the Cathedral life and witness.

The funeral will take place in the Cathedral on Friday 31st at 1pm.



We welcome the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne, back to Great Britain this summer with a powerful and lovely new programme. Concert takes place in the Cathedral at 7:30pm on Tuesday 28th of July, 2015.


National Youth Assembly: the Church of Scotland is holding its annual Youth Assembly in Stirlingshire from 14th to 17th August. It intends to give people aged between 17 and 25 a voice in the life of the Church. Anyone interested should contact the Session Clerk


Check out the Cathedral Shop as there is quite a selection of new goods including the new cards by Gina Wright and Butterworth’s, all at £2.50. Check out the Cathedral Shop as there is a selection of goods including the new cards by Gina Wright and Butterworth and May Life and Work all on sale at £2.50.


The War Memorial, documented by Sandy Riddell, is the latest publication by the Friends of St Machar’s Cathedral is now on the bookstall in the shop, priced at £3.


Rev Bill Campbell