Welcome to Gardenstown New Church: meeting for in-person services again!

We are now able to meet for worship in the church building again. At present, only our Sunday morning services are “in-person”, observing all the current safety restrictions to help prevent the spread of Coronavirus. You can also join the Sunday morning service on YouTube – please subscribe to our channel and switch on notifications:


Our Sunday evening services are also streamed on YouTube.

Our Wednesday evening Bible Study and our Saturday evening Prayer Meeting are both held on Zoom. Please see below for instructions on how to join these.

For PC/Laptop users: this is the website address

For smartphone or tablet users, download the Zoom App from the Apple or Android stores.
1. Open the App
2. Tap the “Join” button
3. Type in the Meeting ID: 147 274 720

For Telephone Users:
Dial 0131 460 1196 or 0203 051 2847
Then key in these digits : 147 274 720 followed by #

If prompted for a Passoword, enter the digits 1234


You can always be sure of a warm welcome at Gardenstown New Church. We’re situated in the picturesque village of Gardenstown on the Moray Firth between Macduff and Banff to the West and Crovie and Pennan to the East, with stunning views across the sea to Caithness.

We are a long-established evangelical and forward-looking fellowship, who has worshipped in the present building since 1899. Our worship encompasses the preaching of God’s Word and the singing of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs (Ephesians 5:19).

Regular Services of Worship

Lord’s Day
Morning Worship 11:00am

Evening Worship 6:00pm

Midweek Bible Study 7:00pm

Prayer Meeting 7:00pm

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Gardenstown New Church

Reverend Robin Gray

Telephone: 01261 851920


Upcoming Events

Visit our News & Events page or Events Calendar for more details

Ladies Fellowship on Zoom on Monday 25th January

Join us at 7:00p.m. on Zoom - Meeting ID 147 274 720 Guest speaker Mark Girvan form the Scottish Bible Society.

Shelter meets on the 21st January

Join the Shelter at 7:00 p.m. on January 21st for some fun. Zoom ID 147 274 720 Password 1234.

God`s Covenants and You

Join us on Zoom or YouTube for a new series of studies in God`s Word.

The Beatitudes

What does it mean to be "blessed"? Jesus tells us in what is probably the most famous and influential speech ever made - the Sermon on the Mount. Join us for our new Bible Study on these "Blessed are..." statements of Jesus, which we call The Beatitudes. All welcome,...


"Because Christ's love is dependent on himself rather than on you, you are not in danger of being unloved on those days when you feel utterly faithless." —Ed Welch"Because Christ's love is dependent on himself rather than on you, you are not in danger of being unloved on those days when you feel utterly faithless." —Ed Welch | bit.ly/2lsTJlr ... See MoreSee Less

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We pray for Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family at this sad time, as we mourn the passing of His Royal Highness, the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, once said of her husband Prince Philip, “He has been my strength and stay all these years, and I, and his whole family, and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim, or we shall ever know.” It was therefore with great sadness that we heard of the Duke of Edinburgh’s passing today, Friday 9th April 2021, just shy of his 100th birthday.

For the past 73 years His Royal Highness has been an ever-present support to the Queen, a tireless working Royal fulfilling many public engagements, and a committed ambassador for many charitable organisations. The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme which he established, and which many of our young folk benefited from, demonstrated his interest in the well-being of the youth of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.

As a nation we mourn his passing and as a church, the Free Church of Scotland, commits Her Majesty, and all the Royal family, to the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, praying that they will know the closeness of Christ during this sad time.

Rev. Donnie G. Macdonald
Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland
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Thank you so much to everyone who came and joined in on our Easter Trail! It was lovely to see so many people enjoying it! ... See MoreSee Less

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