Welcome to
banchory West Church

Join us on Sundays at 10.30 am

Looking forward to meeting you on Sunday mornings at 10.30am.

While you no longer have to book your place, we are still required to keep an attendance record, so you will be ticked off as you arrive.
If you have a mobile it would be helpful (but not essential) if you still used the Track and Trace QR code when you arrive.

Face coverings must be worn (unless exempt).
You can sing while wearing a mask.
will be available after the service

Everyone is welcome, but please do not come to Church if you are self-isolating, or if you, or anyone in your household, are feeling unwell or have any symptoms of Covid-19 (such as a fever, cough, lack of taste/smell).

Any questions please let us know.

Please pass on the invitation to join in!

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  • Stella's Voice, Shoebox Christmas Appeal, see below

  • Gareth Davies-Jones Concert, Fundraiser for IJM - 4 December 2021.
    Book your tickets via Eventbrite - click here

Stella's voice

Shoe Box Christmas Appeal 2021
Donations accepted too!

Banchory West Church will again be collecting shoe boxes or items for distribution for Moldova.

Please read the 4-page leaflet opposite for full details. There is a form to print off for attaching to your shoe boxes. If you can, please put a £2 donation towards transportation costs.

Sunday, 7th November is the final day for delivering boxes to the West Church.



Stamp Appeal - World Mission

This year the Stamp Project proceeds will benefit The Women’s Development Centre (WDC) in Kandy, Sri Lanka which runs a project to support women and girls who have been victims of rape and sexual violence.

The WDC gives these women somewhere to stay, and supports them in caring for their children, helps them return to education if they wish, and trains them in skills they can use to make a living when they leave. The WDC has a social enterprise and café where the women can work and sell their hand-made products.

The team at WDC care for and heal girls who are vulnerable and often discarded by their families. It is impossible not to be moved by what they do. Help support them by collecting used stamps which are then sold on.

More information here

Please post stamps through the letterbox on the west side of the Church