In line with current government guidelines and guidance from
The Free Church of Scotland Board of Trustees we have stopped all public church gatherings with immediate effect until further notice. Although our church will not be gathering in public, from Sunday 22nd March we will be gathering virtually online on Sundays at 11am in the morning for you to watch from the safety of home.
Prayer Meeting or Bible Study
Thursdays: 7.00pm - 8.00pm
Sunday (Alternating Sundays 10am or 5pm)
We meet to pray, and to discuss how the teaching of the Bible applies to our lives.
Ladies Prayer Meeting
Monday: 10.00am - 11.00am
Wednesday: 6.00pm - 7.00pm (during school term-time)
For P4 - P7 children: Games, Crafts, Bible talks with discussion, Snacks
Wednesday: 7.00pm - 8.30pm (during school term-time)
For S1 - S6 youth: Games, Quizzes and other activities, Bible talks with discussion, Snacks
Tiddlywinks (Parent and Toddler Group)
Thursday: 10.00am - 11.30am (during school term-time)
A good, safe place for babies, toddlers and pre-school children to meet and play, and to bring along their parents, grandparents or carers to meet each other as well!
Winter Tuesday Night Fellowship Meeting
Last Tuesday of the month (September-April), 7.00pm - 8.30pm
31st October - Blythswood Boxes (Ladies only)
28th November - 500 Years of Reformation: William and Catherine MacKenzie (Joint)
December - Ladies' Meal at Smithton Church (Date TBA)
30th January - Film Night: The Hiding Place: Corrie ten Boom (Joint)
27th February - Lessons in Life! Jenny Wilson (Ladies)
27th March - Madras Street: Martin MacLean (Joint)
24th April - Nairn Churches Together Supper Evening: Rona Matheson (Ladies)
Other Community Activities
Other Community Activities
We run three separate events each year, at Harvest-time, Christmas and Easter working with the local primary schools. These events are tailored for children from P1 - P7 and help meet the requirements of the national Curriculum for Excellence.
Compassion in Crisis
Helping to serve people in the community at times of critical need
Blythswood Care's motto is “Christian care for body and soul”. They are a registered charity organisation, whose main purpose is to “combine the Christian message with practical help for those in need”. They serve in a number of ways, locally and internationally. Through the Highland Foodbank we regularly contribute needed items for folk in need throughout the Highlands.
Blythswood Christmas Shoe-Box Appeal
We also participate in this well-known and much-respected annual appeal, sending dozens of boxes each year to those less fortunate than ourselves in other countries
To get involved with Blythswood Care, you can visit their website here
At Christmas-time we are privileged to be able to help distribute food items donated by the public to local homes in the Nairn area needing a little extra seasonal cheer