Welcome to
banchory West Church

Sunday 10.30 am Worship – How to Join Us Online

You are invited to join us for Sunday Worship via a Zoom meeting. We realize everyone is learning a lot of new technology these days, but don’t worry it is a lot simpler than it sounds.

You can join on any platform (Mac, PC, iOS, Android) using a free app; or from your normal Web Browser. Visit Zoom Downloads and find Zoom Client for Meetings for your computer. If you are on a smartphone or tablet then search your app store for Zoom. You don’t have to sign up to take part; but signing up is free.

The first time you click on a Zoom Invite, the Zoom software will attempt to download and install. You should allow it to install. It is helpful to download and install the app prior to the meeting. You can test everything is working here: Zoom Test Meeting

For those who only have a landline or mobile without internet:

Please dial the telephone number below. This will enable you to hear the meeting. You might have to turn your phone volume up or put it on speaker/hands-free mode to hear it best.

Tel: 0131 460 1196

This will be charged at your standard national rate - free if you have a calls inclusive plan.

For Sunday Services, you will also need the following:

  1. Meeting ID: 242 392 426

  2. Participant ID: 483883

Join us in person

for Worship & Waffles

Saturday 12 June at 6.30pm
Banchory 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 west side of Church