Old High St. Stephen's, Inverness

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Sunday Bulletin for 24 June 2018

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NEWS FROM OUR CONGREGATION

WORSHIP THIS WEEK
Sunday 8 July 2018: Proper 9
10am Morning Worship at St Stephen’s
11.15 am Morning Worship at the Old High

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Month of Sundays May 2018

You can download a copy of the May Month of Sundays here

Old High St Stephens Sunday Orders 7 January 2018

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Christmas 2016 at Old High St Stephen's

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Blue Flash Challenge to end at Old High Church

You are invited to a service at the Old High Church on Saturday 25 June at 11am to mark the end of the ‘Blue Flash Challenge’, in which a group of veteran members of the 4th Royal Tank Regiment will have trekked from Roybridge to Inverness over a 24 hour period, a distance just short of 60 miles, to raise money for Scotty’s Little Soldiers, a charity to support the children of service personnel killed in action.
Contact: Donald Peterkin dgp1<at>btinternet.com
More details: Blue Flash Challenge
Scotty’s Little Soldiers
Just Giving Page

Holy Week and Easter 2016

Easter 2016

Click on the graphic for our Holy Week and Easter leaflet

HOLY WEEK services will be at 7pm, Monday to Wednesday at Crown Church.
There will be a Communion Service at Crown for Maundy Thursday, service at 7pm, with a meal starting at 6.15pm, at Crown Church, to which everyone is welcome.
We will host an ecumenical Good Friday service at 7pm at St Stephen’s. This will be a meditative service, featuring music from our choir.
EASTER SUNDAY service at St Stephen’s starting in the garden, 10am. Old High service at 11.15am.
CAMERON HOUSE EASTER PRAISE Join us on Easter Sunday at 3pm for worship with the residents of Cameron House, led by Peter, who is the chaplain to the home. All welcome.

Christmas Services

CamelsJPEGOur Christmas Services poster is now online!
On Christmas Eve we have an all-age service at 6.30pm and a Watchnight Service at 11.30pm, both at St Stephen’s.
We also have services at St Stephen’s on Christmas Day and on St Stephen’s Day (Boxing Day) at 10.30am. Bring your gifts along on Christmas Day!
For more information, please call 01463 250 802.

Christmas 2015 at Old High St Stephen's

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Kirking of the Council: Sunday 13 September 2015

Kirking Post 2015Our minister, the Rev Peter W Nimmo, is giving an open invitation to all the citizens of Inverness to join us at the Kirking of the Council service this Sunday at the Old High Church. A parade begins from the High Street at 10.45am. The service in the Old High Church, which is open to all, begins at 11.15am.

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Waterloo memorial at the Old High Church

This Sunday, 21 June 2015, at our 11.15 service, we welcome at the Old High Church members of the Highland Branch of the Royal Scots Association following the two hundredth anniversary of the Battle of the Waterloo.
Kennedy Family Memorial Old High Church  InvernessEnsign James Grant Kennedy, appears on his family memorial in the Old High Church. He was the son of Dr William Kennedy, who was one of the founders of the Royal Northern Infirmary. His inscription on the memorial reads:

JAMES GRANT, ENSIGN ROYAL SCOTS, BORN 13 JUNE 1800. FELL GALLANTLY CARRYING THE COLOURS AT LE QUATER BRAS, WATERLOO 16 JUNE 1815.

All of Doctor Grant’s three sons died in military service; James was aged 15 when he was killed at Waterloo. The Memorial is on the West Stairwell in the church, and all are invited to come and view it after the service at the Old High. The colours are currently on display at the Royal Scots Museum at Edinburgh Castle until August, after which they will have to be stored in order to preserve them.
The Royal Scots leaflet on the colours is available here.
Here is the Scotsman reporting the exhibition of the colours this summer at Edinburgh Castle.
Here is the website of the The Royal Scots Regimental Museum.

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